Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jan 1, 2004
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  • Vol. 20, No. 33


  • Mercilessly Free of 2003 End Notes

    Top 10 Lists? A maudlin retrospective on all that made 2003 so nebulous in tasks and vague in extravagances, in language vaguely extravagant? No. This column will leave that to the professionals. In other words, the big shots at national magazines so...
  • Native Games

    If only the Skull Valley Band of Goshutes could have had it as easy as the Pequot tribe of eastern Connecticut. Faced with a shrinking reservation, the Pequots discovered a little known federal law banning the sale of Indian land without permission from...

Eat & Drink


  • Music Picks

    BO DIDDLEY Ellas McDaniel (that’s 50-year rock & roll legend Bo Diddley to you) may or may not have helped invent rap in 1959 with “Say Man,” but he’s sure as hell not down with hip-hop on the ’04. “I’m fightin’...
  • CD Revue

    PREMONITIONS OF WAR Left in Kowloon **** Premonitions of War, who toured with The Black Dahlia Murder last year, deliver toxic metalcore interspersed with creative brutal Southern rock and grind/thrash breakdowns without any polish whatsoever that disintegrates...

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