Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Feb 7, 2002
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  • Feb 7-13, 2002
  • Vol. 18, No. 39


  • Copper Safe for Games

    In Salt Lake City and surrounding area, we are about to be sucked into an Olympic vortex. Until Feb. 24, nothing will matter much except things related to the Games. The Legislature could vote to raise taxes and no one would notice. Gov. Mike Leavitt...
  • Olympic Madness (continued)

    A Heathen’s Guide to the City of Saints or 10 Tips to Navigating Salt Lake City During the Olympics
  • Sno Mo Showtime

    Well, the Games are here. As Utahns, we’ve waited, we’ve skipped meals, we’ve built, we’ve watched the scandal, we’ve buried the scandal, we’ve gotten lots of snow and we’ve been the subject of all sorts of attention...
  • Film & TV
  • Movie Listings

    I had hoped that being in the spotlight of the world media assembled for the Olympics would check the extremes of the bizarre annual winter circus known as the Utah State Legislature. I figured that the LDS church leadership would realize that if the...


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