Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Mar 27, 2003
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  • Mar 27 - Apr 2, 2003
  • Vol. 19, No. 46


  • Fulton Files

    Fulton’s Quarter Column of Mock and Awe
  • The Notorious Tanners

    Longtime Mormon critics look back as they contemplate retirement.
  • Image is Hell

    Since the time Matthew Brady made his first photographs of the Civil War, Americans have hungered for images of the conflicts into which they have sent their sons, and lately daughters. The 1860s-era photos—of bloated corpses on not-so-distant battlefields—were...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Pizza and Paillard

    Spend a week—or even a day—in the Champagne region of France, and you’ll observe an interesting cultural trait: The locals drink Champagne with meals throughout the day. And why not? As is the case throughout France, the Champenois tend...


  • Music Picks

    LYNCH MOB Even during the heyday of ’80s metal, Dokken (very little connection with rockin’) sucked—even with a hellacious guitar shredder like George Lynch. His 1990 solo debut with his own Lynch Mob, Wicked Sensation, remains one of...


  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Gray Matters

    For more than two decades, Spalding Gray has been known as America’s “Talking Man.” Inspired by the tradition of Beat-era legends Ginsburg and Kerouac, he is an artist of the spoken word and master of the autobiographical monologue....

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