Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Nov 28, 2002
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  • Nov 28 - Dec 4, 2002
  • Vol. 19, No. 29

News

  • Fulton Files

    Fulton’s Half Column of Religious War, Terrism and Brains
  • Blood Money

    Plasma donation is a small way out for those in need, and big business for pharmaceutical companies.
  • Bad Move, Bernie

    Last Thursday I was invited to Squatter’s for some beer, wine and discourse as part of a new lecture series sponsored by the University of Utah Humanities department. The evening’s topic was “Thucydides and the Enduring Lessons of War”...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Chasing Tail

    One wine broker friend of mine suggests that you’re only using a tiny portion of your brain if you buy anything other than “sale” wines in Utah stores. That is, wines that are discounted from their “normal” UDABC retail price....

Music

  • Music Picks

    STEPHEN ASHBROOK When singer-songwriter Stephen Ashbrook abandoned his longtime digs of Phoenix for the more musician-friendly climes of (wait for it) Portland last year, some likened it to Bruce Springsteen leaving New Jersey, or even Wayne Newton beating...

Culture

  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Song of Service

    Unless you’re an ardent follower of the local composers’ scene, you’ve probably never heard of tunesmith Crawford Gates. But, depending on your charitable tendencies, you might have heard of Brother Joseph Dutton. It’s in the bright...

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