Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Oct 13, 2005
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  • Oct 13-19, 2005
  • Vol. 22, No. 22


  • Skullduggery

    There’s something the rest of the country just doesn’t get. Sending 40,000 tons of the nation’s highest-level nuclear waste to the Goshute Indian reservation 45 miles southwest of Salt Lake City doesn’t make sense for a host of...
  • Well Done Clandestine Brew

    File under “F,” for Flavor. If it weren’t for Utah law, we might never enjoy home-brew made from chamomile flowers and blood oranges.

    Hacking into strange fruit and disturbing dishes on the Internet.
  • Grub for Graduation

    Beyond Top Ramen, starving students call on the muse for tasty, affordable meals.
  • The Waiting Game

    Servers dish on the culinary front line.
  • Death by Chocolate

    Or, how City Weekly’s editorial intern embarked on a single-minded choco-rampage.
  • Falling Flat

    Only hearts of stone have no sympathy for those charged with reforming Utah’s tax system. Then again, some of us might argue that those discussing solutions have all the creativity of a box of rocks. nnWith more than 150,000 students poised to crash...
  • Film & TV
  • Liev to Tell

    Rookie director Liev Schrieber gives visual spark to Everything Is Illuminated.


  • Music Picks

    Black Crowes, Daniel Lanois, Horrorpops ...
  • Track Stars

    What locals are listening to this week ...

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