Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Aug 25, 2005
  • Issue of
  • Aug 25-31, 2005
  • Vol. 22, No. 15

News

  • City Weekly Picks: Music

    BEST CENSORED NEWCOMERSThe C'ted“We got censored” is an unfortunate credo for a local grrrl-rock band whose name'a modified six-letter word that means nothing'entirely informs their critical reception. In other words, some people just...
  • 2005-2006 Dance Calendar

    Ballet West(355-2787, BalletWest.org)Dec. 9-31: The NutcrackerFeb. 10-18: Romeo & JulietApril 14-22: Swan LakeMay 26-June 3: An Evening of BalletsU of U Dept. of Modern Dance(581-7327, Dance.Utah.edu)Oct. 27-29, Nov. 3-5: Performing Dance...
  • “Iraq in Utah”

    What is it about young people having a good time that riles officers over at the Utah County Sheriff’s Office so? nnWorried about young people dancing to electronic music on private property in Spanish Fork Canyon, the Sheriff’s Office enlisted...
  • City Weekly Picks: Theater

    BEST PROP SLEIGHT-OF-HANDTen Little Indians, Pioneer Theatre Co.I was watching the whole time'I swear! The titular figurines adorned a mantelpiece in PTC’s version of the Agatha Christie classic, each one-by-one disappearance signaling the latest...
  • top 50 Local cd review

    The annual SLAMMys roundup of choice music reviews and recaps: Not every local CD released within the past 12 months is included here, just the 50 that stood out in the stacks that Salt Lake area artists submitted to City Weekly (plus a few we tracked...
  • Botox on the Brain

    Not all outsourcing is bad, according to Senator-for-life Orrin Hatch. In a rare appearance in Utah'(Orrin has been seen in Utah about as many times as Elvis has been spotted in that Michigan Kmart)'he touched on several issues. Seniority is his pitch...
  • City Weekly Picks Dance

    BEST NEW DANCE COMPANYRawMovesEven though Salt Lake City is already home to several professional dance companies, and on initial consideration it doesn’t make much sense for another one to move on in, creators Nick Cendese and Natosha Washington...
  • Get Real Paid

    Not everyone can make a living from art alone in Utah'or can they? City Weekly asked two local rockers, a comedian, a DJ and an actress what daytime gigs they’ve held down in the past (and currently) to pay the rent. nnKeith Stubbs nn(Wiseguys owner,...
  • 2005-2006 Theater Calendar

    Broadway in Utah(355-5502, BroadwayAcrossAmerica.com)Sept. 27-Oct. 2: Peter Pan with Cathy RigbyOct. 25-30: Little WomenNov. 15-27: Mamma Mia!Dec. 6-10: Kurt Bestor ChristmasMarch 21-26: Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor DreamcoatMay 9-14:...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Rocking the Atrium

    Living large and looking for groupies at Snowbird’s killer brunch.

Music

  • Track Stars

    What locals are listening to this week ...
  • Music Picks

    THURSDAY 8/25 KELLER WILLIAMS After sharing a bill with the likes of Bob Weir & RatDog, the Arcade Fire and My Morning Jacket at this year’s Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, Keller Williams has officially signed, sealed and delivered his reputation...

Browse by Year

Recent Comments

  • Re: 'The State of Utah is Truly, Truly Exceptional'

    • i am really grateful for what Dr.Udo has done for me and my family. I…

    • on September 20, 2018
  • Re: Thoughts and Prayers

    • My name is ethan micheal ,am from USA.i want to share my wonderful testimony on…

    • on September 20, 2018
  • Re: Thoughts and Prayers

    • My name is ethan micheal ,am from USA.i want to share my wonderful testimony on…

    • on September 20, 2018
  • More »

Top Viewed Stories

  • We Got Brad's Back

    Fiz Bradshaw, Brian Taylor and Davey Parrish organize benefit for Raunch Records' Brad Collins.
    • Sep 19, 2018
  • On the Mend

    Give your busted possessions new life—and add wisdom to your own—at a Fix-It Clinic.
    • Sep 19, 2018
  • Conservation Crisis

    For more than 50 years, the Land and Water Conservation Fund has been a public lands windfall. A victim of a slashed budget, it could become a ghost of its former self by month's end.
    • Sep 19, 2018
  • More »

© 2018 Salt Lake City Weekly

Website powered by Foundation