Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Mar 21, 2002
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  • Vol. 18, No. 45


  • Paula Jones and Other Scum

    Wait just a second. Since when did Paula “He Showed It To Me” Jones become the “woman we love to hate,” as one Deseret News columnist recently labeled her on the eve of her boxing debut with Tanya “Knee Cap” Harding....
  • Mulletmania

    It’s always a proud moment around here when our staff wins recognition or an award. Over the years we’ve won our fair share of professional journalism awards, and on Friday we were notified by the Utah Press Association that we just won three...
  • Film & TV
  • Movie Listings

    The potential for bacchanalia was staggering. Three days and two nights in Austin, Texas, the live music capital of the world, to cover the 2002 South by Southwest Music Festival. All expenses were on Salt Lake City Weekly, minus beer and food. My objective:...
  • Film & TV
  • Code Snap

    Ice Age doesn’t program a story to match its technical brilliance.


  • Blind In Texas

    Free stuff, free beer and free Love at South by Southwest.
  • Jazz & Jams

    John Scofield reaches out to the jam-band kids with his own “funky fusion.”

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