Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Nov 3, 2005
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  • Nov 3-9, 2005
  • Vol. 22, No. 25


  • Crime Seen

    A cop is cleared in a deadly raid gone wrong but not by the deceased’s family.
  • Paid in Full

    If you’re looking for evidence that corporations call the shots more often than citizens in this country, look no further than last week’s news about Wal-Mart CEO H. Lee Scott. “Our customers simply don’t have the money to buy...
  • Flatliners

    Drive south and west in the valley and your aesthetic sense will be numbed by the squat, flat-roofed buildings lining the roads: row upon row of rectangular strip malls unrelieved by either acute angle or sweeping curve. It is as if the building code...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • The Fisher Queen

    Last month I attended an exceptional wine dinner, the first in the new Chef’s Wine Series at the Grand America.I had the pleasure of meeting Utah’s most well known woman of wine: Juelle Fisher. Juelle Fisher serves as an ambassador at large...
  • Wine
  • Paradise Found

    The helpful servers ease the line woes at Paradise Bakery & Café.


  • Music Picks

    Limbeck, Amos Lee, Sons & Daughters, Drums & Tuba ...
  • Local CD Revue

    Thunderfist, SuperSoFar, KNVS, Purr Bats, Gundhi, The Handsome, Conspiracy Freak, Jericho Road

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