Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jan 9, 2003
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  • Jan 9-15, 2003
  • Vol. 19, No. 35


  • Fulton Files

    Fulton’s Quarter Column of Pills, Scuds and Oil
  • Arch Rivals

    Utah members lead a revolt against the Sierra Club for putting politics ahead of the environment.
  • An Epiphany

    Today is my name day. Even though I’m a somnolent member of the Greek Orthodox Church, I still recognize that January 7 is the day on which the Orthodox Church celebrates St. John the Baptist, my Christian namesake. So, like many other Johns—along...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Simply Cerveza

    Simply Cerveza Mexican beer (cerveza) gets a bad rap. That’s due, I think, to the ubiquity of Corona, the light Mexican brew in the transparent bottle that supplanted Heineken a few years ago as the biggest selling imported beer in the U.S. But...


  • Music Picks

    SUPER DIAMOND You’ll never see a tribute band called Mega Humperdinck. Neil Diamond is the kind of larger-than-pop-life personality who lends himself to tribute, and none are more adept than San Francisco’s Super Diamond—but leader Randy...


  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Funny Grrl

    The Margaret Cho you see at Wiseguys this weekend will not be the same Margaret Cho who went through a celebrated career tailspin some years ago. Back in 1994, Cho saw her ABC sitcom All-American Girl cancelled after a dramatic, network-mandated 30-pound...

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