Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Aug 15, 2002
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  • Aug 15-21, 2002
  • Vol. 19, No. 14


  • Hip-Hop Hatch, Da Man

    Hey dude, how come Brotha O’s tunes ain’t on the hip-hop chart?Well, man, let’s ask U2’s Bono. Hey Bono, dude. Why aren’t Orrin Hatch’s songs on the charts, man?“His lyrics are beautiful, but the brothers will...
  • Young Faces, Old Story

    Over this past weekend, a childhood friend of mine wed for the second time. Among those at his reception were four young U.S. Marines recently returned from Afghanistan, members of the unit that secured the U.S. Embassy in Kabul. Among those men decked...
  • Essay -- 1st Place

    There is nothing better than a warm spot by a window. Adjacent to the window in our kitchen, through the hallway and into the living room, another window provided refuge. As a child I would sit on the arm of our couch, sturdy because it was scratchy,...
  • Poetry -- 2nd Place

    Bands of neon soldiers hold their swordshigh, keep the booze-encrusted rowsignited insideas if to endure the heat coming off from track-lit kindling and warn customers howsocial reform often begins away from home.The air out here is much cooler...
  • Film & TV
  • Vanity Fare

    Steven Soderbergh experiments at the audience’s expense in Full Frontal.
  • TV & Games
  • Mondo Mitch

    Weather wacko English plays talk-show host on WB a.m. … but not for much longer.


  • Pop Promotions

    American Idol defeat or not, Desmo continue to kick out the jams.
  • Masked Marauders

    Surf-instrumental kings Los Straitjackets talk mystique and the power of wrestling.

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