Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Nov 17, 2005
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  • Nov 17-23, 2005
  • Vol. 22, No. 27


  • Lights, Camera, Attack

    We’ve come to expect them during an election, when candidates and political action committees resort to the lowest form of discourse. But it’s not only during the campaign season that politicians and PACs go on the attack to reshape public...
  • Roads to Nowhere

    How history, along with Politics, fuels Utah’s rural road wars and turns ATVs into a distraction.
  • Broken Records

    When the Bush administration isn’t cutting taxpayer-funded checks to right-wing media pundits who support his policies, it routinely invokes terrorism in Bush’s quest to manipulate information or hide it from the American public. By one estimate,...
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Kitschy Coup

    I was reading a Wikipedia article about two-time Medal of Honor winners the other day, one of whom was General Smedley Butler. He claimed to have unmasked the “business plot,” also known as the “White House putsch,” a scheme to...
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Newsquirks

    Curses, Foiled AgainSheriff’s deputies in Lancaster County, Neb., had few leads in a rural home burglary until IBM called two weeks later to report that someone had called its toll-free technical-support number for help booting up a ThinkPad....

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • The Ful Mazza

    Now five years young, Mazza isn’t bigger'just better.
  • Wine
  • More Mazza:Lebanese Libations

    Even before Jesus pulled off the neat trick of changing water into wine, even before the Greeks and Romans got in on the act, the ancient people of Lebanon were making wine'some 5,000 years ago. All across Lebanon, which is only about the size of New...


  • CD Revue

    Johnny Society, Silver Jews, Imogen Heap, Hogg Boss, Bif Naked, Big & Rich, Madonna, MySpace
  • Music Picks

    Molotov, Adult, Salt Lake Soundcheck, Milemarker ...

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