Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Oct 10, 2002
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  • Oct 10-16, 2002
  • Vol. 19, No. 22

News

  • Fulton’s Quarter Column of World Destruction

    With the departure of our managing editor for greener pastures (and a shot at dental insurance) over at Dean Singleton’s daily playground, the time’s come to rocket this column toward newer, different heights. Gonzo snippets from the world’s...
  • Mr. Big: Part II

    Identifying the ringleader of Utah’s largest-ever mortgage fraud.
  • Name Game 570

    This morning I made the mistake of tuning my radio to AM 570, the “family values” station. I had long ago forsaken 570, believing that the low end of the AM dial was adequate purgatory for Rush Limbaugh and his gang of false patriots. But...
  • Film & TV
  • Lack of Lambs

    Red Dragon tries to re-create classic Hannibal Lecter, but merely recycles it.

Music

  • Horse Sense

    Gift Horse get down to the business of serious bluegrass.
  • Stockholm Syndrome

    The greatest band ever? As far as Division of Laura Lee are concerned, it’s them.

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