Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Apr 17, 2003
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  • Apr 17-23, 2003
  • Vol. 19, No. 49


  • Fulton Files

    War is for Sale, Junk Food is Go!
  • Final Fantasy

    Comic book culture is growing up and may be leaving a generation behind.
  • The Fog of Taxes

    The preoccupation with war in the last month has shifted attention away from domestic issues, but in the last few days, with the occupation of Iraq entering a new phase, the pendulum has begun to swing back. And as critical as the situation remains in...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Sinskey Simplicity

    If you happened to catch last week’s Grapevine column (“The Ratings Game”), then you know that I’m critical of the numerical point scales that popular wine publications use to rate wines. I think that the ratings are almost invariably...


  • Music Picks

    REZOLUTION Good ol’ ’90s-style alternative rock (simple-crunchy guitar hooks, alternately earnest and ironic lyrics, melodic everydude outlook) may not be poised for a mainstream comeback anytime soon, but Salt Lake City’s Rezolution...


  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Separated at Mirth

    On the same night, two local theater companies opened shows that inspired an unexpected question: Were Julie Jensen and John Cameron Mitchell separated at birth?There is a Utah connection. Wait!’s Beaver-born author Jensen has been a playwright-in-residence...

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