Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jul 24, 2003
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  • Jul 24-30, 2003
  • Vol. 20, No. 10

News

  • Fulton Files

    Gateways, Greenways and Idi in Hell
  • The Floating World

    The media portrayed the Rainbow Family as wacked-out hippies. But for one writer, you not only had to be there - you had to take part.
  • Celebrate the 24th

    This will be my first July 24 in Utah, and folks hereabouts say it’s a pretty big deal. I’m told it commemorates that near-mythic moment, when Brigham Young, with his weary band, stood on that hillside, looked out over the valley, shrugged...
  • TV & Games
  • Bad Film Hunting

    HBO’s Project Greenlight may never produce a great movie, but the comedy is priceless.

Music

  • Phair’s Game

    Liz Phair left behind her indie cred for commercial success and started a virtual riot in her wake.
  • Crawling Kingsnakes

    Salt Lake City trio Parchman Farm harvest the blues—real blues, thank you.

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