Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Dec 22, 2005
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  • Dec 22-28, 2005
  • Vol. 22, No. 32

News

  • Gutful of War

    He’s a prize-winning author, Salt Lake City attorney, and pacifist with a violent past. But there are still some things Manny Garcia can’t talk about.
  • Overheard

    After hearing President Bush defend his administration’s policy of monitoring the phone calls and e-mails of Americans believed to be aiding terrorists overseas, one Salt Laker, Ben Fulton, phoned Werner, whom he met while an exchange student in...
  • Valedictory

    I knew that sooner or later I would be writing my last Voices column. I hoped it would be later but am glad it wasn’t sooner. This is it.Over the last decade, I have written about 100 columns. In that run, I have managed to piss off virtually...
  • Film & TV
  • Broad Way

    As a musical, The Producers is less dark but still delightful.
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Newsquirks

    Australian arson investigators accused Erich Alexander Sarger of setting fire to his television repair shop, then hiring Shane Long to burn down Sarger’s hairdressing salon. Prosecutor Kate Youngson told Brisbane District Court that Sarger paid...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • On the Slow-Down

    The Slow Food Movement is an escape from life in the fast lane.
  • Wine
  • Many Happy Returns

    Recently'in the midst of a NyQuil-infused haze (which I’ve learned from Private Eye columnist John Saltas is no excuse) brought on by a wicked sinus infection'I blasted the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control for its no-return policy regarding...

Music

  • Music Picks

    Thursday 12/22 THE RUBES, THE BREAKS No publicity is bad publicity, but when SLUG magazine’s Cindi Robinson panned Mutiny to a Revolution, The Rubes’ latest album, furious locals cried foul. Most of her critics unleashed their rage on TheRockSalt.com,...

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