Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Dec 8, 2005
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  • Dec 8-14, 2005
  • Vol. 22, No. 30


  • Season’s Bleatings

    As a liberal pagan it’s my job to take all the fun out of Christian holidays. Whenever somebody makes the mistake of wishing me a merry Christmas, I start screaming and don’t stop until the insensitive greeting is rephrased. I carefully monitor...
  • Bartenders Busted

    Good help is harder to find as Utah laws increase the burden on private clubs and their servers.
  • Sparse Argument

    America’s war on terrorism is one long-running joke. Using the preferred policies and mechanisms of our politicians, it makes pin the tail on the donkey look like an exercise in precision. nnBut not for Sen. Orrin Hatch, who earlier this week defended...
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Shrinky Dinks

    Why is it that ancient Greek and Roman paintings, sculptures, and other works of art depict males with such small genitalia? My first thought was that the artists wished to draw the viewer’s attention to other, more important, aspects of the work....
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Newsquirks

    More hospital operating rooms play music, and the person usually charged with choosing the tunes is the anesthesiologist. Dr. Doug Reinhart, an anesthesiologist in Ogden, Utah, surveyed 301 members of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, who mentioned...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Paint Elsewhere

    A road trip to Logan brings you to one of Utah’s finest dining establishments.
  • Wine
  • Wine, Whine, Wine

    You know how much I hate to complain, but even in this holiday season of generosity and good cheer, I’ve got a few things on my mind. There is a lot to love in wine; there’s also a lot to loathe about the way it’s sold. As always, I’m...


  • CD Revue (In Haiku)

    Shakira, Crimson Sweet, Korn, Lil Wayne, Stryper, Chris Brown, Lindsay Lohan, INXS
  • Music Picks

    Jerry Joseph, International Noise Conspiracy, MySpace Tour ...

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