Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Mar 7, 2002
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  • Vol. 18, No. 43


  • Panhandlers Paradise

    How can you tell that the Olympics are over? Because those nice people you meet on the sidewalk downtown don’t want to trade pins, they just want your spare change. Someone ought to propose panhandling as an Olympic Demonstration Sport. Or perhaps...
  • AD nauseum

    Reagan Outdoor has Utah politicians in its hip pocket.
  • Get Into That?

    The last time I watched the Utah Jazz play at the Delta Center was a couple of years ago. Like many people, I just drifted away, even though for several years I had season tickets—way back when they were affordable. Now my visits to the Delta Center...
  • Film & TV
  • Movie Listings

    It’s easy to fail when making a film about a writer, because it’s difficult to compellingly film somebody writing. Painting, sculpting, boxing and wicker crafts all lend themselves to visuals. Writing is just a woman at a desk or a typewriter,...
  • TV & Games
  • Title Twisters

    The Only TV Column That Mattersâ„¢ breaks down TV show names just for you.


  • Hi, How Are You?

    Daniel Johnston discusses life on the other side of insanity.

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