Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | May 20, 2004
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  • May 20-26, 2004
  • Vol. 21, No. 1


  • Welcome Back McCotter

    Much like the British, who used to live in “glorious isolation,” Americans cling to the naive notion that our impact and effects upon the larger world are so minimal as to be nothing worth complaining about. “Why do they hate us?”...
  • Board to Death

    Now that the state of Massachusetts is free to marry off droves of gay couples, perhaps the time is right to discuss the nature of this human emotion we call disgust. And maybe, just maybe, an admittedly labored correlation between the ugly sight of...
  • Film & TV
  • Sour Town

    In Dogville, Lars von Trier brilliantly deconstructs Americana—and his own public image.

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Skewered!

    In the shadow of the City Weekly office, killer kabobs await.
  • Wine
  • Rum Jungle

    When the weather turns warm and I find myself purchasing industrial quantities of sunscreen, I also find myself ruminating on rum. Sun and rum go together like, well, like rum and Coke. The best rum I ever tasted is also nearly impossible to find. It’s...


  • Music Picks

    LISTEN Not the local arts mag, but a four-man Colorado musical-hybrid crew shaking and stirring “elements from hip-hop, dub, drum & bass, funk and live electronica in their high-energy performances.” Translated, that means hypnotic digital...
  • CD Revue

    DIVISION OF LAURA LEE Das Not Compute **** DoLL are like the male version of Sahara Hotnights, combining urgent garage melodies with unforgettable riffs and early-’80s punk attitude, creating a semi-epic tilt that separates the average pop bands...

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