Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Mar 31, 2005
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  • Mar 31 - Apr 6, 2005
  • Vol. 21, No. 46

News

  • Size Matters

    The world of moster truckes is all about volume, family values and hurling chunks.
  • Crossing the Line

    You’ve got to hand it to Alex Segura, Russell Sias and 11 other Utahns set to drive down to Tombstone, Ariz., in hopes that our porous border with Mexico might be better fortified against wily Mexican nationals. Hands folded and eyes squinted,...
  • My Living Will

    Life is a sacred thing. Particularly, I would like to point out, my life. So no one should kill me—no matter what.Even if I’m totally begging to be killed, and you’re like, “Well, it’d be pretty easy to kill this guy,”...
  • Film & TV
  • Comic Relief

    Finally, in Sin City, someone gets the graphic novel-to-screen vibe right.

Music

  • Buzz Thrill

    Getting into stalwart local rockers Magstatic, again.
  • Secret Identity

    Dr. Dog’s lo-fi packaging hides something truly super.
  • Music Picks

    Man Man, Von Iva, The Bravery ...

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