Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jul 20, 2006
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  • Jul 20-26, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 10


  • George at War

    Why is President Bush coming to Salt Lake City? It’s called unconditional love.
  • Some Refuge

    07/10/06, 14:05, Medical Assist, 616 S. 200 West, Super 8 Motel“Officers responded to this call and found a refugee family of nine from Somalia that had been placed at the motel by the International Rescue Committee. The committee gave them a...
  • The Way It Is

    Abu Kissi, owner of The British Pantry, gives a foreigner’s view'from England by way of Ghana'on President Bush’s pending Utah visit:I think it’s good for Bush to come here. It gives Utah more recognition even in the USA. I’ve...
  • 5 Spot

    Intertribal Pioneers
  • The Missionary Position

    Oklahoma Tulsa Mission 2001-2003Used-car manager for West Valley Suzuki and University of Utah studentAre you glad you went on your mission?I left for my mission a week after I lost my mom. Six months later, after the shock of my loss had faded, I...
  • Staff Box

    Note: Private Eye is on vacation this week. It’s hot outside'95 degrees in New York City and 103 in Salt Lake City. What are you doing to beat the heat, and now do you believe in global warming? Stephen Matney: Yesterday I woke up in a tub of...
  • Film & TV
  • No Kidding

    Monster House deals delightfully with a scary subject'the end of childhood.
  • Film & TV
  • Meta Terrain

    Lady in the Water is more compelling about stories than it is as a story.
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Cold Comforts

    Is there an effective way to get rid of chilblains? I have some boring little ones, located mostly on my right hand, with a couple on the left. The doctor says I possibly have bad circulation, but they will probably go away if I eat properly and avoid...
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Newsquirks

    When British motorist John Hopwood, 44, received a traffic ticket after a speed camera recorded him driving 48 mph in a 30-mph zone, he removed a 40-mph speed limit sign elsewhere, drove back to the 30-mph area, attached it to a lamp post and took a photo...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Partly Cloudy

    Braving the roadwork to Cloud 9 leads to mixed results.
  • Wine
  • Re-Cork & Carry

    I hear a lot of people pooh-pooh Utah’s cumbersome and often arcane liquor laws and drinking regulations. I’ve even been known to throw a stone into that high-octane pool myself on occasion. But in truth, while Utah’s liquor laws seem...


  • Music Picks

    Quintron, Kilby Court, Panic! At the Disco, Red Elvises ...

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