Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Oct 19, 2006
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  • Oct 19-25, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 23

News

  • Tokin’ Victory

    A guilty-as-sin stoner beats the rap, but the sheriff won’t discuss the one that got away.
  • Blotter Fodder

    Take a Hint10/13/06, 03:09, Domestic Violence, Arson, near State Street and 900 SouthnnThe 33-year-old male suspect “argued with his girlfriend because she would not go home. The [suspect] then went out to his girlfriend’s car and kicked the...
  • A Fuel’s Game

    The state’s “investigation” of gas prices wasn’t just a waste of time. It was also a waste of priorities.
  • 5 Spot

    Random questions, surprising answers
  • The Ocho

    Utah gas prices go up by eight.
  • The Way It Is

    Things can get pretty confusing downtown for taco and beer lovers whose passions are torn between two businesses named Junior’s located within a block of each other. We asked Junior’s Tavern (now on 300 South) bartender Derek Johnson whether...
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Cheap Drunks

    Recently, a safety poster at work published the following information: “Myth: People who abstain from alcohol are alcohol-free, and can’t be arrested for DUI. Fact: False. People continuously produce alcohol inside their own bodies, a process...
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Newsquirks

    Police investigating a series of auto thefts in a suburb of Vancouver, British Columbia, identified Shylo Kujawski as their prime suspect because he has “Grand Theft Auto” tattooed prominently on his back. They arrested him after setting up...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Dinner is Served

    Siegfried’s adds to its lunchtime base by opening up at night.

Music

  • Music Picks

    Bonnie Prince Billy, The Tyde, Fiona Apple ...
  • Rocket Men

    Salt Lake City’s Form of Rocket get burly on their new label release, Men.
  • Send in the Clowns

    How to become a Juggalette (or not) at an Insane Clown Posse concert.

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