Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Apr 28, 2005
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  • Apr 28 - May 4, 2005
  • Vol. 21, No. 50


  • Cell Survivor

    A former inmate breaks down the myths and realities of prision life
  • Future Tense

    Our country used to be one of the most forward-looking nations in the world. The holy trinity of our economy used to be innovation, invention and technology. Sadly, we’re a people more concerned with living in the past. The evidence is all around...
  • Pope, Schmope

    For those of us who don’t find old people particularly interesting, the past month or so has been difficult—thanks, in part, to the Catholic Church and the seemingly interminable Pope Watch.First, we got to watch an impossibly decrepit pope...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Mellow Meals

    The laid-back attitude at the Singing Cricket Café has both pros and cons.


  • Music Picks

    Great White, The Killers, Amy Ray ...
  • Career Finders

    Boston hip-hop supergroup The Perceptionists choose the party over the politics.
  • Nice & Good

    Locals Medicine Circus blast Bottle Rockets of Emotions at Todd’s Bar & Grill.


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