Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Sep 14, 2006
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  • Sep 14-20, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 18

News

  • Lost in the Plot

    Conspiracy mongers couldn’t have asked for more after BYU placed Professor Steve Jones on paid leave.
  • Blotter Fodder

    Two Guys, a Head and Some Blownn09/07/06, 01:30, Drug Arrest, 602 E. 500 Southnn“Security officers at the Green Street Club found two men in the same stall in the restroom. When they confronted them, one of the men dropped a bag of cocaine. An officer...
  • 5 Spot

    Ruth Lubbers of Art Access/VSA Arts of Utah
  • The Missionary Position

    Mike NelsonServed mission in Rock Island, Illinois 1997-99Ken Sanders Rare Books employeennDid you become disillusioned with the LDS Church while serving?nMore people investigate the church for its welfare program than you might think. One family had...
  • The Way It Is

    City Weekly asked Annaliza Salazar of Mo’s Neighborhood Grill on West Temple for her thoughts on the fifth anniversary of 9/11. nnIt’s horrifying what happened. It’s really sad for all the people that were lost and their families. It’s...
  • The Ocho

    Eight more 9/11 conspiracy theories
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Newsquirks

    New York City police received an obscenity-filled letter containing white powder that taunted, “Ha, Ha [you] thought it was anthrax,” and ended with “Catch me if you can.” Officers promptly arrested Abdullah Date, 18, because the...
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Chevronomics

    We’re all taught in B-school that market prices are determined by supply and demand. I can’t for one minute believe this is true of crude-oil prices. Demand appears to be static (that is, static at a given moment, although steadily increasing...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Ogden Eclectic

    Discovering new American cuisine amid American mediocrity on Harrison Boulevard.

Music

  • Carpe Diem, Dude

    Salt Lake City’s Jinga Boa just want to pagode all night and party every day.
  • There and Back Again

    How the Matt Lewis Band spent their summer vacation looking for Soulstice.
  • Music Picks

    Thursday 9.14nnYARD DOGS ROAD SHOWnVaudeville is big these days. Groups like Faun Fables and their kissing cousins Sleepytime Gorilla Museum thrill young audiences with their imaginative productions. Something about fanciful sideshows excites a world...

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