Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Aug 8, 2002
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  • Aug 8-14, 2002
  • Vol. 19, No. 13


  • A Victory for Mormons?

    Utah’s daily newspaper war between the Kearns-McCarthey family and the owners and officers of the Deseret News has not gone unnoticed in New York City, where a banner headline atop the Wall Street Journal’s Aug. 1 “Marketplace”...
  • Greenhouse Effect

    Utahns are growing addicitons along with their orchids
  • 20 Years: InGretable

    You know, you guys sure have a lot of typos in your paper,” the female caller told me, “and not only that, but your paper is totally written by men. What’s up with that?”That was a fine way to say hello. I didn’t know what...
  • Film & TV
  • Haute Popcorn

    Visceral genre pleasures trump existential drama in the suspense thriller Signs.


  • Dr. Spielgood

    The man, the myth, the legend—now introducing Tommy Lee, the artist.
  • Sparks Fly

    “Alt-country” rockers J.W. Blackout are good. Damn good. Amen.

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