Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Dec 29, 2005
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  • Dec 29, 2005 - Jan 4, 2006
  • Vol. 22, No. 33


  • No Cause for Cheer

    We were practically giddy'indictments related to wrongdoings at the highest level of the administration, falling approval ratings, overdue admissions that things had not gone well in Iraq. Vice President Dick Cheney’s attempts to give Rep. John...
  • Close Range

    The Pulitzer prize-winning writer Annie Proulx shares her insights on the short story and film adaptation of Brokeback Mountain.
  • Street Smarts

    Given a choice of routes for traveling east or west across Salt Lake City, any aesthetically minded individual would choose 300 South over 400 South. Who wants a glimpse of two separate Burger King marquees, along with a bevy of other fast-food-franchise...
  • Film & TV
  • Love Story

    The remarkable Brokeback Mountain explores emotional connection without boundaries.
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Special Delivery

    OK, before asking my question, I have to admit that I got the idea for it from an episode of Beavis & Butt-head. Anyways, can I hop in a box, have a friend take me to the post office, and send myself to far-off destinations? If I can, would it be cheaper...
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Newsquirks

    Some of Roland Sweet’s greatest hits of 2005:Every Cloud Has a Silver LiningFormer first lady Barbara Bush declared that many victims of Hurricane Katrina are better off than they were before the storm. After touring the Astrodome, where many...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Auld Lang Dine

    Local restaurants offer safe, sensible choices for New Year’s Eve revelry.
  • Wine
  • A Fizzy New Year

    For many of us, Champagne is a beverage we imbibe but once a year'on New Year’s Eve. Indeed, sparkling wine and tiny bubbles have become synonymous with New Year’s revelry. I’m not sure exactly how Champagne came to be the beverage of...


  • Local CD Revue

    Red Rock Hot Club, John Whipple, Royal Bliss, X96 Live & Local, Fail to Follow, The Heaters, The Lethal West, Robert Lund
  • Music Picks

    Project .44, First Night, Whole Lotta Rosies, Thunderfist, Form of Rocket ...

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