Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jul 21, 2005
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  • Jul 21-27, 2005
  • Vol. 22, No. 10

News

  • Homeland Insecurity

    Some Latin American Mormons think Utah is the place for the latter days. Utah’s Minutemen want immigrants’ days numbered.
  • Immigration & Revelation

    Some of Utah’s LDS Latinos believe their presence is part of Heavenly Father’s master plan.
  • The Sound of …

    Silence. That’s what thousands of people in Great Britain and Europe observed in honor of the 52 innocent killed and 700 injured in this month’s terrorist bombing of London’s transportation system. nnFor two minutes at noon on July 14,...
  • Benefits of Bigotry

    Last week, in an effort to ensure Salt Lake County’s gay and lesbian employees can’t get a fair shake, the County Council voted down a proposal to grant them the same benefits enjoyed by their heterosexual counterparts. The benefits being...
  • Film & TV
  • Tragically Unhip

    The lowdown, dirty stuff of life looks beautiful in Me and You and Everyone We Know.

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • A Night in Hi-So

    Beer, burgers, billiards and beef jerky in one unique Salt Lake City neighborhood.
  • Wine
  • Chill Out

    A couple of weeks ago, I enjoyed a very good lunch at Deer Valley’s Royal Street Café. The food was great. The service was superb. But what really sticks in my mind from that lunch was the wine. And it wasn’t even so much the wine itself...

Music

  • CD Revue

    Antimatter, Fruit Bats, Eric Benet, Widow, Hanalei
  • Music Picks

    The Caesars, DJ Revolution, Ultimate Utah Celebration ...

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