Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Sep 1, 2005
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  • Sep 1-7, 2005
  • Vol. 22, No. 16


  • Dead Reckoning

    How the dying profession pulls the Starks family, and other local funeral home directors, closer to life.
  • Give Us a Break

    Given current events along our nation’s Caribbean coast, it’s understandable that this small news item escaped our attention. And given the fact that the current administration dismissed an Aug. 6, 2001, intelligence briefing warning of “patterns...
  • Twirling M-1s

    On a sweltering August night, my boys and I watched “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band, as proclaimed by Thomas Jefferson. nnThe band, along with the “Commandant’s Own” Drum and Bugle Corps, played Sousa...
  • Film & TV
  • Third Whirled

    Despite noble intentions, The Constant Gardener eventually starts running in circles

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Keeping Talley

    If you think that brewing beer is a man’s job, think again. Since 1991, Jenny Talley has been lending her beer expertise and brewing talent to Squatters Pub Brewery. Talley took over as Squatters’ head brewer in 1994. Shortly after that she...
  • Wine
  • Being Green

    Squatters strives to do well by doing good.


  • Track Stars

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

    Retribution Gospel Choir, Bloody Hollies, Tori Amos, Metal Church ...

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