Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Dec 19, 2002
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  • Dec 19-25, 2002
  • Vol. 19, No. 32

News

  • Yewell’s Log

    Yewell’s Quarter Column On Virtuous Politicians, Poor News Judgment and Credibility Called Into Question
  • Marxist Utahpia

    And you thought it was dead. Marxism is alive and well at the University of Utah.
  • Plaza Sell-Out

    In the end, it was never about principle. It was about money and power. No one should be surprised. In a culture ruled by greed and influence, where the shared values taught in generations of civics classes are no longer taken for granted, talk is the...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Get Lillet’d

    The first time I drank Lillet was with a friend over dinner at Andre Soltner’s famed Lutèce restaurant, the Manhattan mecca of French dining. At that time, Soltner’s Alsatian inner sanctum was one of the toughest dinner tickets...

Music

  • Music Picks

    SALIVA SISTERS Remember a few months ago when we included the Saliva Sisters’ Songs Our Mother Asked Us Not to Sing (SalivaSisters.com) in City Weekly’s annual Top 50 Local CDs countdown? No? Anyway, Byla (Kristen Merril), Plethora (Michelle...

Culture

  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Donde Estan Los Boneshakers?

    SALT LAKE CITY—Conspiracies abound as investigators attempt to locate R&B/blues group the Boneshakers. The Los Angeles/Austin-based group failed to call for an interview Thursday evening, shortly after guitarist/leader Randy Jacobs told Dissociated...

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