Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Oct 27, 2005
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  • Oct 27 - Nov 2, 2005
  • Vol. 22, No. 24


  • His Aim is True

    In a nation riddled with gunshots, David Acosta helps cops overcome the trauma of a shooting.
  • Saddam’s Re-run

    Clichés are painful devices. When talking about a dictator as cruel as Saddam Hussein, the cliché of the United States’ chickens coming home to roost is even more painful. The recent sight of Saddam before a Baghdad court no doubt gave some...
  • The Great Pretender

    Lights, camera, action … Cut! … Mr. President, I don’t think you should wear the camouflage because you are not actually in Iraq with the soldiers. nnBush: Gee, when I was there on Thanksgiving with that fake turkey, I got to wear my commander-in-chief...
  • Film & TV
  • Cold Blooded

    Capote tells the story of an author’s scheming triumph with icy precision.

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Little Latours

    When it comes to white wine, I have expensive French white Burgundy tastes. Unfortunately, I have a cheap New World Chardonnay income. So when I get a hankering for tasty white Burgundy'which is often'I turn to the best French bargains I know: the under...
  • Wine
  • Fish Story

    Celebrating a quarter-century of fresh seafood at Market Street Grill.


  • Track Stars

    Fox 13’s Dan Evans does ska, punk and ... classical?
  • Music Picks

    Lyrics Born, Ted Dancin,’ My Morning Jacket ...

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