Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jan 13, 2005
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  • Jan 13-19, 2005
  • Vol. 21, No. 35

News

  • Do or Dry

    With new studies bolstering Glen Canyon revivalists, the battle over Lake Powell Reservoir heats up.
  • Stress Positions

    Conservative gloaters love to see liberals wring their hands over the Democratic Party’s failure to learn the game of one-upmanship. Many liberals, meanwhile, are only too happy to oblige. Just read their editorials about the legacy of the late...
  • Rails and Roads

    I always get nervous when I find myself agreeing with a Republican legislator. But last week I read in The Salt Lake Trivial an editorial by State Sen. Greg Bell (R-Farmington) about transportation issues, and I had to cheer. I must disclose that I worked...
  • Film & TV
  • Skin Flick

    The surface beauty of House of Flying Daggers is enough to make it spectacular.
  • Film & TV
  • Coach Carter, Elektra, Racing Stripes ...

    NEW THIS WEEKInformation is correct at press time. Film release schedules are subject to change.Coach Carter **Yes, it’s uplifting to hear about a man who tried to impart the lesson that academics are more important than sports. But how hard...
  • Film & TV
  • Grace Notes

    Watch Topher Grace become the next Tom Hanks in the satisfying In Good Company.

Music

  • John Hammond, Minnie Driver, Robert Earl Keen ...

    THURSDAY 1/13 TOM RUSH He started playing in a corner at Golden Vanity, laying background music for coffee fiends and chess players. Now, 40 years later, Tom Rush is widely recognized for spawning a nation of singer/songwriters—musicians loved and...
  • Yrkoon, Ani DiFranco, Future Leaders ...

    YYRKOON Occult Medicine **** Yyrkoon render words like “disaster,” “tragedy” and “chaos” into awe-inspiring, anal-retentively organized sonics. Technical acrobatics dazzle the ear while hopelessness drowns the brain....

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