Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jul 15, 2004
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  • Jul 15-21, 2004
  • Vol. 21, No. 9


  • Invisible Canada

    A funny thing happens when you visit Canada. Even as an American on vacation, you feel that you’ve become almost invisible the moment you cross the border. Americans somehow know that Canada exists; we just don’t contemplate it often, if at...

Eat & Drink


  • CD Revue

    P.J. HARVEY Uh Huh Her **** Despite her claims to the contrary, Uh Huh Her seems to land fans splat back into the twisted, maze-y, inexplicably addictive Everglades of P.J. Harvey’s midnight-hued psyche. It’s about time! Stories From the...
  • Music Picks

    THE KILLERS Toni Basil, Slaughter, The Crystal Method—all fine musical exports from Las Vegas, also known as Sin City or CSI Town. Now add The Killers to the legacy, as the foursome’s heavily Brit-pop influenced debut Hot Fuss (Island) and...


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