Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Apr 21, 2005
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  • Apr 21-27, 2005
  • Vol. 21, No. 49


  • Lights Out?

    Utilities hated him. Ratepayers loved him. The governor fired him. But the battle over Roger Ball and the Committee of Consumer Services ain’t over yet.
  • Gap Trap

    This is a tale of two states, and a little bit of irony. One state, the heavily Democratic Connecticut, hates President Bush’s No Child Left Behind education law so much it’s preparing a federal lawsuit challenging the law not just as bad...
  • Art Failure

    The Utah Symphony & Opera is in financial trouble, and though no one is pointing fingers, the fact is, it’s your fault. You see, both the symphony and the opera—which combined in 2002 into one entity—rely on what’s called an...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Hola and Aloha

    Fast fusion fare from (far) south of the border at Maui Tacos.


  • Elf Wrath

    How Dios Malos went toe-to-toe with a metal god—and lost.
  • Music Picks

    Out Crowd, Kings of Leon, Moby ...


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