Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jan 5, 2006
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  • Vol. 22, No. 34


  • Anhedonic Anodyne

    There are lots of reasons to be depressed; in fact, if we put our minds to it, we can find justifications for being down in the dumps all year long.Right now, of course, the best excuse is post-holiday depression'Christmas and New Year’s are finally...
  • Buttar’d Up

    Intelligent design has not conducted one experiment with results challenging mainstream scientific understanding. The theory of evolution, on the other hand, has been found immensely useful in explaining how life on earth has changed over time. But...
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Frightfully Fatal

    It’s a staple of ghost stories, horror films, spooky TV shows, and creepy books. And I suppose for someone with a heart condition, it may well be true. But can a young, healthy person be literally scared to death, without any physical cause? 'Rebecca...
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Newsquirks

    Washington, D.C., police reported that Michael V. Donahoe, 53, robbed a bank, making off with $2,000, but a witness thwarted Donahoe’s getaway by blocking the taxi that he was escaping in. Then a dye pack, which the teller had put in with the stolen...

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  • Vintage Year

    I’ve always thought it a bit silly when the glossy wine magazines at year’s end proclaim a “Best Wine of the Year.” First, how could the experts possibly have tasted every wine produced in a year? But more important, is there ever...


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