Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Aug 2, 2001
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  • Vol. 18, No. 12

News

  • Dog Barkin’ Days

    These are what we call the Dog Days of summer. Why this hot, languid time of year is called the Dog Days, of course, is somewhat shrouded in mystery. Is it because we’re hotter than dogs seeking shade? Is it because we’re going around bare-footed...
  • Tit for Tat

    Is the Beehive State Big Enough for Two Feuding Bikini Teams?
  • Defining Hypocrisy

    It’s official: Utah’s liquor laws are “irrational.” Here’s something else, albeit unofficial: They’ll stay that way as long as the Utah political establishment gets its way. We would hope that after the federal 10th...
  • Film & TV
  • Web Swingers

    The hubris behind the e-conomy bust comes to vivid life in Startup.com

Music

  • Odd Man Out

    Dashboard Confessional, a.k.a. Chris Carrabba, wins over punks with sensitive tunes.

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