Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Oct 25, 2001
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  • Oct 25-31, 2001
  • Vol. 18, No. 24


  • Ain’t No Sunshine

    Over at the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control they know a lot about the law. Compliance Manager Earl Dorius is an attorney. Also, they have the aid of the Utah Attorney General’s Office. If that weren’t enough, four of the Liquor...
  • What, Me Worry?

    There apparently is little reason to worry that the 2002 Winter Games will be cancelled because of terrorism. And to prove it, Gov. Mike Leavitt has absolutely no contingency plan, he told an army of reporters recently.Reporters from all over the nation...
  • Eats at 3 A.M.

    A brief guide to decent 24-hour dining in Salt Lake City.
  • Tonnage for Your Dollar

    All-You-Can-Eat deals are not all created equal. Here’s a helpful guide for the gorging gourmand.
  • The World Will Have to Wait

    What if servers ruled the world? You might learn the virtues of patience and understanding.
  • You Know That

    Afghan cuisine and its local creators put a new spin on the Middle Eastern warzone.
  • No Picnic

    Discovering Utah Food proves to be a unique exercise in assimilation and tolerance.
  • Film & TV
  • Stars and Bars

    The Last Castle can’t turn Robert Redford, the icon, into a conflicted character.
  • TV & Games
  • We Care a Lot

    David E. Kelley’s Boston Public and Ally McBeal are back in session, for better and worse.


  • Patty Punk

    Flogging Molly proves the Irish were the first punk rockers.

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