Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Apr 15, 2004
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  • Apr 15-21, 2004
  • Vol. 20, No. 48


  • Nader’s Raiders

    Remember the grade-school trickster who told you your shoe was untied, then smacked you in the face when you looked down at your lace? That’s Ralph Nader in a nutshell. Except for policies regarding the environment, gay marriage, individual and...
  • Time to Collect

    Forget the eternally worn saw about death and taxes. Believe it or not, that sizable chunk of change you hand over to the government has spawned enough one-liners for more than one television late show. Just check out the “Tax Quotes” section...
  • Film & TV
  • Commie Dearest

    Good Bye, Lenin! turns Soviet Bloc East Germany into sitcom glasnostalgia.

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Familia Fare

    Under Chef Nacho, Café Madrid brings the spice of Spain to Utah.


  • CD Revue

    CARINA ROUND The Disconnection HHHH From Carina Round’s open, heart-shaped face and rosebud lips issues forth the frightening march of a million scarlet demons. Although it wouldn’t be surprising to find that PJ Harvey was the main influence...
  • Music Picks

    FANTOMAS Mike Patton (Tomahawk, Faith No More, Mr. Bungle), Buzz Osbourne (Melvins), Trevor Dunn (Mr. Bungle) and Dave Lombardo (Slayer) aren’t a “supergroup” in the traditional sense, but little else is trad about Fantomas, either....

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