Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Feb 23, 2006
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  • Feb 23 - Mar 1, 2006
  • Vol. 22, No. 41


  • Just Testing

    Is the U.S. Government making anthrax bombs in Utah?
  • Pot Luck

    02/11/06, 2330 hours, Aggravated Robbery, near 400 South Denver St. Salt Lake City police reported that the victim was standing outside of his residence, when he was approached by the suspect: male; unknown race; approximately 25 years old; black hair;...
  • Honesty, Please

    Perhaps this Legislature’s slew of anti-gay bills isn’t about hate but a galling lack of honesty.
  • 5 Spot

    Talk-show host JIm Sumpter on liberals, O’Reilly and groupies.
  • The Way It Is

    Frank Richards'well-traveled former cook, bartender, jailer and current manager of downtown’s humble Regis Hotel'tells City Weekly the way it is.nnCW: You’re a smoker; what do you think about politicians’ attempts to relegate your kind...
  • The Missionary Position

    Russell Gordon: Served a mission in Korea.nnWhat was the last concert you saw before you went on your mission?nnHootie and the Blowfish'I don’t want anyone to know that. I only went because I won tickets on the radio. I got to be onstage, too. The...
  • The Ocho

    Eight campaign slogans for Draper Republican Rep. LaVar Christensen’s possible bid for the 2nd Congressional District against three-term Democrat Jim Matheson:
  • Film & TV
  • Plot Holes

    Transamerica’s gender-bending performance could use a little story.
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Won’t Get Fueled Again

    It’s not often that I stumble into anything on the Net that scares me, but this does. A large number of sites declare that we’re about to hit, or have hit, peak oil production and that our civilization is essentially on the clock and poised...
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Newsquirks

    Police in Springfield, Ore., arrested Clayton Everett Teman, 22, after they said that he held up a diner, then returned two days later to rob the same diner and the same cashier again. This time, he shot himself in the foot. “He was a little upset...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Mob Appeal

    It was my good fortune last week to run into Erica and Joe, a couple of Utah wine brokers, during a lunch at Café Trio. I was seated at a table adjacent to theirs and'since location is everything'was invited to sample a few of the wines they were tasting...


  • Music Picks

    Thursday 2/23 DRAG THE RIVER Somewhere in Colorado sits a small studio, tucked among pines and random rodents. Its interior is lined with analog recording equipment, devices designed to convey Drag the River’s stripped-down aesthetic. The Fort...

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