Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Sep 6, 2001
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  • Sep 6-12, 2001
  • Vol. 18, No. 17

News

  • Some Idea, Some Dots

    Almost two years ago, Gov. Mike Leavitt proclaimed his innocence in the Great Olympic Bid Buying Scandal, even though he had assigned one of his top number-crunchers to keep an eye on things over at Tom Welch’s bid committee office. When asked by...
  • Where’s the Charity?

    For thousands of low-income people, IHC’s nonprofit status is one of the state’s best-kept secrets.
  • Mormon Games

    Mitt Romney, our main Olympic dude, is frustrated that news media insist upon referring to the upcoming Winter Olympics as “The Mormon Games.” Romney, who strikes a pose so similar to Dudley Do-right that it can’t remain unspoken, says...
  • Film & TV
  • Color Coordinated

    Red, White and Blue comprise a stunning trilogy that should not be missed on the big screen.
  • Film & TV
  • Blank Czechs

    Divided We Fall uses the Holocaust to say absolutely nothing new.
  • TV & Games
  • Fall Sprawl 4

    The definitive Only TV Column That Matters (TM) preview of the new fall 2001 shows. This week: Fox.

Music

  • Going Mobile

    Grant-Lee Phillips builds his own identity with Mobilize

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