Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jun 2, 2005
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  • Jun 2-8, 2005
  • Vol. 22, No. 3

News

  • Broken Home

    One woman’s arduous custody battle wins child-welfare reforms, and nothing more.
  • Apocalypse Now!

    Don’t fear the end of the world. Embrace it. You’ll have good company in your fellow Americans. ~~~image~~~ Evangelical Christians who steer our country’s voting booths and foreign policy cite the Bible’s Book of Revelation...
  • Chop-Logic

    Last week ABC 4’s Vanocur Group debated the confirmation of federal judges. Inevitably, the issue of abortion came up. Inevitably, because the right wing of the Republican Party wants not only to overturn Roe v. Wade but criminalize all abortions....

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Thai and Thai Again

    Thai Spice and Bangkok Classic add to the valley’s embarrassment of Thai riches.

Music

  • Rock & Rule

    New Orleans’ Supagroup are just here for the beer'and to save the rock.
  • Some Like It Raw

    Locals Vile Blue Shades drum up a new sound.
  • Music Picks

    THURSDAY 6/2 ~~~image~~~ Steel Train (Kilby Court); Reckless Kelly (Egos) FRIDAY 6/3 DARK ARTS FESTIVAL Since its humble 1993 beginnings at Club Confetti, Salt Lake City’s Dark Arts Festival has called all open-minded individuals to celebrate...

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