Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jul 22, 2004
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  • Jul 22-28, 2004
  • Vol. 21, No. 10

News

  • Far From Settled

    Ever since she filed suit in early 2000 alleging that the University of Utah had violated her religious freedom by requiring her to recite “religiously offensive” language in a drama class, the case of Christina Axson-Flynn always has been...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Fresh Fest

    From sweet Belgian waffles to pungent arugula, the Downtown Farmers Market offers aromas for every nose.

Music

  • CD Revue

    THE ROOTS The Tipping Point **** The Roots are one of the most important, potent rap groups of the last decade, and The Tipping Point continues their legacy of daring to eschew samples in favor of organic instrumentation, straight beats for jazz fusion,...
  • Music Picks

    ! ! ! Sacramento’s !!! (pronounced “chk chk chk” or any three repetitive sounds of your choice) are either a punk-funked KC & The Sunshine Band or the Happy Mondays on different drugs—whichever, the hipster rock press is beyond...

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