Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Nov 18, 2004
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  • Nov 18-24, 2004
  • Vol. 21, No. 27


  • Fear First

    Remember the publicity surrounding Promise Keepers during the late 1990s? This group of allegedly reformed evangelical Christian men gathered in sports arenas across middle America, pledging to spend less time in front of their TVs drinking beer and more...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Cowboy Up

    All happy trails in Heber City lead to Chick’s Café.
  • Wine
  • Turkey Wines

    This is not a column about crappy wines—wines that are turkeys. It’s about a question I get asked over and over every holiday season: “Which wine should I serve with my turkey dinner?” Well, when pondering wines to serve at Thanksgiving...


  • Live: High on Fire, Wilco, The Fixx

    THURSDAY 11/18 INSANE CLOWN POSSE There’s nothing quite so refreshing as warm, sticky soda pop—especially when it’s being poured on you by overweight clowns. So say the Juggalos, devoted fans of Detroit rap/metal act Insane Clown Posse,...


  • Arts & Entertainment
  • Got Game?

    For guys like Ike Austin who just love basketball, the ABA’s Utah Snowbears can be a first pro step.

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