Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Aug 14, 2003
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  • Aug 14-20, 2003
  • Vol. 20, No. 13


  • Lollapalooza Returns

    Perry Farrell’s traveling alt-rock circus hits Utah for the first time in 10 years.
  • Lollapalooza, the ’94 Vintage

    There’s a lot of romance surrounding festival rock concerts, never mind rock & roll itself. Let the Woodstock generation have its “We are stardust/We are golden/And we’ve got to get ourselves back the garden.” All I know is...
  • See Ya, Jude

    Idon’t know whether Mike Leavitt is qualified to head the Environmental Protection Agency. I’m just happy he’s makingway for Lt. Gov. Olene Walker to become Utah’s first female governor. It’s about time he showed some leadership...
  • TV & Games
  • Love Stinks

    What’s wrong with ABC Family’s See Jane Date and romantic-comedy chick flicks.


  • All Shook Down

    Back from Portland, James Shook settles down again in Salt Lake City.
  • Improv Destiny

    Medeski, Martin & Wood never intended to be jamheads, it just worked out that way.

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