Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Sep 7, 2006
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  • Sep 7-13, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 17

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  • The Way It Is

    Murphy’s bartender Jessica Montoya says Utah’s private-club memberships are two-edged swords. nnIt kind of gives you the feeling of what kind of customers they are going to be. When you get big crowds and somebody doesn’t want to pay...
  • Blotter Fodder

    You, Sir, Are No Evel Knievelnn09/01/06, 21:33, Motorcycle Accident, 960 S. Jefferson St.nn“The victim had just left the Port O’ Call [a downtown bar] and was riding his motorcycle southbound on West Temple. He was being followed by a friend....
  • The Ocho

    Eight new rules and revamps for I-15’s high-occupancy vehicle express lanes:nn8. Express lane instructional pamphlets will now be available in English, Spanish and coloring-book formats.nn7. Turn-signal guidelines will be upgraded from “Only...
  • Ashdown on Up

    How could $8,370 to charity possibly outgun $400,000 to Sen. Hatch? If you have to ask, you’re already lost.
  • 5 Spot

    Bill Tibbitts directs the Anti-Hunger Action Committee, one of the advocacy projects at Crossroads Urban Center. Tibbitts’ organization will join the Utah Poverty Partnership in hosting the People’s Summit on Poverty Sept. 9 from 10 a.m. to...
  • Gotta Love GRAMA

    Why shouldn’t the public’s right to know beat all?
  • The Missionary Position 9.7.06

    Keith MooreNovelist and poetServed mission in eastern Canada, 1950-52nnHow did the pre-mission interview go?nI sat facing a General Authority renowned for his sexual grilling, the doughty C. LeGrand Liveright. After I’d confessed chastity, he said,...
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  • Newsquirks

    Maria Bergan, who is 23 and legally old enough to drink in Ohio, used a stolen driver’s license to prove her age at a bar in Westlake. The waitress she presented it to, Kathryn Mooney, 22, recognized it as hers. She had reported it stolen three...
  • Syndicated Columns
  • A Wales Tale

    I would love to believe the legends about the Mandan Indians, reputed to have descended from an ill-fated colony of Welshmen who arrived in ships in the 1100s. Their leader was a prince named Madoc. Is there something to this?'Bill Morse, Whitefish...

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Music

  • No Boys Allowed

    A local drummer teaches triplets and ’tude at Portland’s Rock & Roll Camp for Girls.
  • Music Picks

    Thursday 9.7nn• Agent Sparks (Kilby Court); Legendary Shack Shakers (The Depot); Evolver (Urban Lounge); Phono (The Exchange)nnFriday 9.8nn• Raven Symone (Utah State Fairpark); Breakestra (Egos); Relapse Records Contamination Tour (Burt’s Tiki...

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