Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jan 16, 2003
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  • Jan 16-22, 2003
  • Vol. 19, No. 36


  • Fulton Files

    Fulton’s Quarter Column of Death, Freezing to Death, and Mayoral Chats
  • Winners’ Circus

    A look back at a decade of good and bad calls by Sundance juries
  • Where’s Katie?

    Last January, our city, ill with Olympic Fever, opened its doors to the world. The first to arrive were the heavy drinkers masked as security and journalists. In one room we pounded shooters with the pistol packin’ personnel from the Secret Service,...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Peel Me a Grape

    Here’s a little wine industry secret: Wine sellers and marketers would like for you to think in terms of Caymus vs. Berringer or Rosenblum vs. Rancho Zabaco. I’m convinced most wine sellers would rather keep you in the dark about why wines...


  • Music Picks

    JONNY LANG What’s former teen blues-guitar phenom Jonny Lang been up to since his last album, 1998’s sizzling R&B-rocker Walk This World (A&M)? Doing guest-shots on Drew Carey (cool), Blues Brothers 2000 (not so cool), turning 21 (sorry,...


  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Citizen Lloyd

    Lloyd Kaufman, the diminutive founder of great American B-movie factory Troma Entertainment (The Toxic Avenger, Terror Firmer) is 150 pounds of Yale-educated dynamite wrapped in a bow tie and an agenda. Through TromaDance, the studio’s annual counterpoint...
  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Out of the Sun

    Slamdance The granddaddy of Sundance counterprogramming heads into its ninth festival this year with 16 feature films—plucked from a record 2,800 submissions—that run the gamut of what you’d expect from an alternative to an alternative...

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