Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Nov 14, 2002
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  • Nov 14-20, 2002
  • Vol. 19, No. 27


  • Fulton’s Quarter Column of “Mitland” Massachusetts

    As Sen. Bob Bennett reminded us at his Hinckley Institute of Politics lecture last week, politics has precious little to do with real issues. Instead, said Bob, it hinges on, well, sex appeal. A voter must “like” the candidate. If that’s...
  • BIG Man on Campus

    Basketball genius, faithful son, media darling, insufferable jerk, who is the real Rick Majerus?
  • Look Ma, No Dems

    Open season on Utah Democrats has come and gone, and the hunting was pretty good. After last Tuesday’s elections, the already depleted party lost seats in both houses of the Utah Legislature, to the surprise of no one, really. Not that it mattered...
  • TV & Games
  • Real, Local

    Comedy Central’s Insomniac and MTV’s FM Nation get down in Salt Lake City—ack!

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Grape Glut

    Have you ever dreamed of owning your own winery? If so, it’s a good time to buy. Hard times are hitting the California wine business and there are bargains to be had, from single bottles to entire businesses. Due to a glut of grapes in California,...


  • Music Picks

    BLACKALICIOUS “We always speak from our hearts about life as we see it, and life as we would like to see it,” says Blackalicious co-frontman Gift of Gab (Tim Parker). “Nia was forethought, and Blazing Arrow is action.” Nia was...

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