Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jun 10, 2004
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  • Jun 10-16, 2004
  • Vol. 21, No. 4

News

  • Downtown Denied

    Salt Lake City’s downtown is on the sure path to being forever altered. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ plans to transform its mass of land between North Temple and South Temple from 100 East to 400 West, plus a good share...
  • Film & TV
  • Snackass

    The dark side of the fast-food nation turns into the stunt documentary Super Size Me.
  • Film & TV
  • Coffee Talk

    A jazzy, improvisational vibe fuels the short film collection Coffee and Cigarettes.

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Lush Summer

    In the summertime, my kitchen undergoes a sort of culinary makeover. I store away roasting pans and stewpots in favor of salad bowls and grilling utensils. By the same token, my choice of beverages morphs in warm weather from the hearty red wines of winter...

Music

  • CD Revue

    BAD RELIGION The Empire Strikes First **** If it’s not broke, why fix it? Bad Religion have been spewing out politically charged, against-all-odds punk rock, complete with shamefully catchy choruses, for longer than any pet you have has been alive....
  • Music Picks

    SPARTA Among serious music geeks, At the Drive-In offshoot Sparta will probably forever been seen as the Ashley to the Mars Volta’s Mary-Kate, the latter considered the wilder, more dangerous counterpart to the former’s straighter tendencies....

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