Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | May 25, 2006
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  • May 25-31, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 2

News

  • Song Remains The Same

    Protest songs make great music, but do they really change the world?
  • 5 Spot

    X96’s Todd Nuke’Em vs. author Todd Noker
  • The Ocho

    Da Vinci decoding
  • The Way It Is

    Kat Altnan recently moved his Kat’s Kustoms T-shirt business to Salt Lake City where he’s hawking a line of anti-George W. Bush shirts. He’s more concerned about the odd outraged resident than the idea government spies could be watching...
  • The Missionary Position

    Moe: Jack of all Mormon trades/Port O’ Call muscle. Served Florida Fort Lauderdale South Mission, 1977-79nnDid you ever feel you were competing for souls?nnI served in a small town on the east side of Puerto Rico. You could just feel the voodoo...
  • Driving Home the Point

    05/19/06, 23:32, Domestic Assault/Off-Duty Officer Arrests Suspect, near 500 N. 1200 West“Officers were called to a domestic assault, from which the suspect had already fled. An off-duty officer in his police car was in the area and stopped the...
  • Film & TV
  • Tragically Hip

    The Devil and Daniel Johnston tells the sad story of a troubled hipster icon.
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Corpus Delecti

    My aunt recently died. When I asked about the funeral details, I was told that there would be no graveside service because my aunt had donated her body to science. Nobody seemed to know the details, so I turn to you. How do you donate your body to science?...
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Newsquirks

    Federal authorities said that Gary E. Peel, 62, a lawyer in Madison County, Ill., had an affair with a 16-year-old girl who was his sister-in-law, then 32 years later tried to use sexually explicit photographs of the girl to leverage his ex-wife out of...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Grenache Greatness

    In my opinion, Grenache is one of the world’s great wine grapes. But it doesn’t seem to get much respect. When was the last time you saw a wine list with a section for Grenache-based wines? The closest you’re likely to come is a catch-all...

Music

  • Music Picks

    Thursday 5/25 MATT COSTA, ANE BRUN Norwegian songstress Ane Brun sings in English, with a hint of Joanna Newsom’s staccato inflection. Only Brun sings about more sensible things than sprouts and beans, like how easy it would be to pen an ode to...
  • CD Reviews
  • Local CD Revue

    Phono, Invisible Rays, Cherem, Ocular Faith, Brilliant Stereo Mob, The Yearbook, Facts, AK Charlie

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