Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | May 6, 2004
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  • May 6-12, 2004
  • Vol. 21, No. 0


  • Shut Up and Smile

    So the ACLU fell on the losing side of a federal judge’s gavel. As a follow-up to its first legal victory over the LDS Church’s purchase of Main Street, its second act was to claim that Salt Lake City favored The Church of Jesus Christ of...
  • Film & TV
  • Farsi Driver

    Crimson Gold shows that great veteran-on-the-edge movies don’t just come from America any more.
  • Film & TV
  • Cuba Libre

    >Balseros finds a slice of perfection in refugees’ search for the American dream

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Cinco de Mole

    Inspired by Cinco de Mayo, our food critic offers up a fiesta of Mexican dishes.


  • CD Revue

    VOLCANO, I’M STILL EXCITED Volcano, I’m Still Excited **** Despite having one of the worst band names ever, Volcano, I’m Still Excited really know how to make a swell record. This is what an emo-ish indie-rock band formed by Juilliard...
  • Music Picks

    SETTING SUN Setting Sun (aka Los Angeles singer-songwriter Gary Levitt) has racked up many an Elliott Smith comparison over the past two years, not to mention David Bowie and Kurt Cobain—who could really complain about that? Levitt’s two albums,...

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