Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jun 9, 2005
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  • Jun 9-15, 2005
  • Vol. 22, No. 4

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  • “Somewhat Fantasy Land”

    Honest, tearful and tormented. nnThat was admitted murderer Mark Hacking this week, as he stood before 3rd District Judge Denise Lindberg awaiting sentencing for shooting his sleeping wife Lori in the head, then throwing her body in the dumpster. That...
  • Resource Guide

    MUSEUMS, ZOOS, GARDENS AND GALLERIES ALONG THE WASATCH FRONTUtah had the first state agency in the nation dedicated to preserving and maintaining visual artwork, starting in 1899. Museums with connections to indigenous and pioneer Utah are listed here,...
  • Summer Concerts 2005

    template_imagenn9 Thursday THE BEACH BOYS @ Sandy Amphitheater, 800-888-8499nnSLEEPYTIME GORILLA MUSEUM nn@ Egos, 800-888-8499nnHEADPHONES & CRYSTAL SKULLS nn@ Velvet Room, 800-888-8499nn10 Friday GYPSY SOUL nn@ Kenley Amphitheater (Layton), 801-546-8575nnJESSE...
  • A Matter of Perspective

    template_imagennIt’s the hat that drives home the absurdity of war. A simple cone hat made of palm fronds. On the way to the Cu Chi Tunnels outside Saigon, we stop for a close-up view of the rice paddies. As an old farmer walks past, a woman with...
  • Summer Festivals

    10 Friday-11 Saturday SCOTTISH Summer Festivals 2005FESTIVAL & HIGHLAND GAMES @ Thanksgiving Point (Lehi), 801-768-230011 Saturday TASTE OF JUNETEENTH @ Gallivan Center, 801-535-6110ASIAN PACIFIC FESTIVAL @ Southtowne Exposition Center,...
  • The 1-2-3s of Summer

    Pick a number and have some fun. A-Z was so 2004. “1” is the new “A.”
  • Rocky Road

    Sometimes you have to go off the road to find your path.
  • Nude Awakening

    With the dawn of summer, Utah’s naturists embrace the “naked truth.”

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Music

  • Monkey Shines

    When the going gets weird, the weird turn to Sleepytime Gorilla Museum.
  • E-Pro

    Salt Lake City electro-artist Agape soundtracks scribbles in his head.
  • Music Picks

    Gigi Love, Agualung, Futureheads ...

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