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


  • 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 Picks

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


  • 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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