Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Nov 29, 2001
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  • Nov 29 - Dec 5, 2001
  • Vol. 18, No. 29

News

  • Virtually There

    Gov. Mike Leavitt is “Virtually There,” according to a press kit, where Mike takes the place of Keanu Reeves in the heist of The Matrix by the Gentner Corp. and its public relations firm, the Intrepid Group. A noticeably buff Leavitt appears...
  • Winters Past

    Looking back on a time when Park City was just a little, funky, wonderful place.
  • Rent and Rave

    Worries about snowfall have been replaced by typical ski shop topics: the Olympics and the newest in board and ski innovation.
  • Hard Ride Cafe

    The Salty Peaks Snowboard Museum: He who dies with the most sticks wins.
  • Bet on Gateway

    I spent nearly two years on two separate occasions dealing blackjack, roulette and craps out in Wendover. That all but cured me of gambling. Still, I get the occasional urge—like right now. If I was a betting man, and I was looking around Salt Lake...
  • Horizontal Sports

    Get your mind out of the gutter and your butt off the slopes. Winter sports have just gotten less terrifying.
  • Film & TV
  • See Eye Yay

    Forget the details -- Spy Game is all about the director’s slick, crowd-pleasing look.
  • Film & TV
  • The Wins of Noir

    Another genre deconstruction for the Coen brothers, another triumph in The Man Who Wasn’t There.

Music

  • Yellow Tunes

    Jay Johnson came to Utah for the snow, but he stayed for the songs.

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