Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | May 27, 2004
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  • May 27 - Jun 2, 2004
  • Vol. 21, No. 2


  • Cagey Arguments

    Which of the following issues merit the concern of any conscionable American with enough free time, or extra cash, to spare: The Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which recently left 13 Israeli soldiers and 45 Palestinians dead, plus 2,000 Palestinians homeless?...
  • Film & TV
  • Divine Maddin-ness

    Guy Maddin delivers his whacked-out version of mainstream in The Saddest Music in the World.

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Fit To Be Thai’d

    Gateway’s Thaifoon restaurant serves contemporary cuisine, in every sense.
  • Wine
  • Backyard Beaujolais

    For about as long as I’ve known anything about wine, I’ve known of a handful of “classic” food and wine pairings. One is caviar and Champagne—although increasingly I’m of the opinion that while Champagne is very good...


  • Music Picks

    THE SHINS With all due apologies to trance DJ duo Deepsky and ’80s hair-metal skanks Femme Fatale, The Shins are easily the best band to ever emerge from Albuquerque, N.M. The poptastic foursome have enjoyed a minor explosion of indie-rock success...
  • CD Revue

    STARMY Black Shine Far more shiny than black, Starmy’s Black Shine is the sound of five local dudes standing up and saying, “Yeah, we wanna be rock stars—got a problem?” The disc rages through three rockers designed to rattle...

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