Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | May 29, 2003
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  • May 29 - Jun 4, 2003
  • Vol. 20, No. 2

News

  • Fulton Files

    End of the World? Just in Time!
  • The Devil’s Dirt

    Southern Ute tribe fights for removal of toxic waste from ancient burial ground.
  • Political Hay

    Nearly 100 years ago, my mother’s father left his village of Gavalohori in Crete to earn his way as a coal miner at Sunnyside in Carbon County. At about the same time, my father’s father left his town of Megara, near Athens, and ended up in...

Music

  • Accidental Saviors

    Indie-rock “supergroup” The New Pornographers save pop by not even trying.
  • Cool Times

    The Wolfs keep it short and sweet with 3 and 4, more maximum rock on minidiscs.

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