Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Aug 10, 2006
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  • Aug 10-16, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 13


  • Charity Faileth

    The Leavitt’s charitable foundation says more about the Leavitts than our tax laws.
  • Blotter Fodder

    Dude, Where’s My Chicken?08/06/06, 20:30, Car Jacking, near 100 North and Redwood Road“The victim had borrowed a friend’s gold 2003 Chevy Silverado extended cab truck. While attempting to leave the Kentucky Fried Chicken parking...
  • The Ocho

    Eight possible ad slogans for the morning-after pill Plan B should the Food and Drug Administration make it available for over-the-counter sales
  • 5 Spot

    Random questions, surprising answers
  • The Missionary Position

    Charlton MillerAdministrative assistant and IT support technician - Australia Melbourne West Mission 2000-2002nnWhat was your most interesting house call? nn“There are too many to count. Once, an older lady cooked us dinner and my companion and...
  • The Way It Is

    Anna Brozek recently moved to Salt Lake City with husband Chris Brozek to open the Slow Train record store on 300 South. She gave her initial impressions of the city:nnIt’s a nice, clean downtown, but I think it’s sad that everything shuts...
  • Film & TV
  • Oliver’s Twist

    Surprise, surprise'in World Trade Center, Oliver Stone shows that he can turn down the bombast.
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Newsquirks

    When three people at a bank drive-through in Sylvester, Ga., tried to cash a personal check from Joyce Powell, the teller, who knows Joyce Powell because they work together, alerted Powell and asked the driver for identification. Driver Calvin Barfield,...
  • Syndicated Columns
  • We’ll Be Dammed

    How long are these huge dams, like the Hoover Dam, engineered to last? How would we go about replacing it if it began to weaken or became obsolete? What’s the largest dam ever to fail? 'Craig S., Jacksonville, FloridaDon’t sweat the big...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Wolves at the Bar

    Between encounters with Los Lobos, a tasty dinner at Snowbird’s Lodge Bistro.
  • Wine
  • Zantho Zing

    Reading “Zantho” in big white letters on the label, I just assumed I was looking at Greek wine. But then my eyes drew me to smaller print, reading “Burgenland.” Hmmm… Zantho, it turns out, is an Austrian winery producing red...


  • Music Picks

    Thursday 8.10COLIN ROBISON TRIO CD RELEASEnnThey call themselves the Taoist Cowboys. Some call them the gangsters of soul. In any case, the Colin Robison Trio are masters of roots music. Robison, joined by William Lovell III and Brian Thurber on Cost...

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