Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Feb 21, 2002
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  • Feb 21-27, 2002
  • Vol. 18, No. 41

News

  • Oh, These Wacky Games

    Oh, These Wacky GamesBy the time you read this, the 2002 Winter Olympics will be winding down to a few precious days. And, as Mitt Romney would say, it’s been one helluva ride. Here at SmartBomb, we gotta say that Mitt and his crew at SLOC did...
  • Partying With the Athletes

    At about midnight on Feb. 15, Michal Handzus sat on the floor of the special guest loft at the Last Lap club with a bottle of Budweiser in his hand. He had a look on his face which was neither bored nor excited.Truth is, like a lot of athletes hanging...
  • Cheap Utahns

    With only a few more days to go until the 2002 Winter Olympics end, all I can say is this: If you stayed home, you’re one sorry dog. In our lifetimes, Salt Lake City will likely never again rise to the scene it is just now witnessing. Being a part...
  • The World Under a Roof

    Even if you couldn’t care less about winter sports, an international house will kindle the spirit.
  • Scalper Heaven

    Scalpers redeem tickets with supply and demand in mind.
  • Film & TV
  • Movie Listings

    At the Winter Olympics, there are multi-discipline athletes competing in the biathlon, combined downhill and Nordic combined events. Unlike a snowboarder, ice dancer or curler, who does one thing and does it very well, these versatile athletes excel at...

Music

  • MTV Meets the Olympics

    Let the games ... end! The Olympic Opening Ceremonies seemed to be slanted towards a more mature audience with such acts as Sting and the Dixie Chicks, but, probably guessing that the entire mature population of Salt Lake City would be totally wasted...
  • Funny Business

    This Cake wasn’t left out in the rain.
  • The New Paradise

    Ex-Thirsty Alley members thrive in Nova Paradiso.

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