Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Nov 2, 2006
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  • Nov 2-8, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 25

News

  • Election 2006: Blow-by-Blow

    Imagine our surprise that, after countless jabs and (not all unwarranted) attacks on him over the years, Orrin Hatch bought ad space in City Weekly’s semi-annual Election Issue. Either the Senator for Life is a better sport than we ever imagined,...
  • Blotter Fodder

    Maybe flame-grilled burgers are just too tasty for the public good. This week’s installment of whoppers culled from Salt Lake City Police reports features not one, but two, incidents of miscreants who will go to any length to obtain a burger their...
  • The Way It Is

    Ryen Schlegel, ticket vendor for ArtTix, would love to see Pete Ashdown win the senatorial race but doesn’t think he has a chance. Schlegel believes that Utahns will overlook current failures of the Republican Party (the increasing death tolls in...
  • 5 Spot

    ABC 4’s Chris Vanocur on our record.
  • Strange Bedfellows

    Joe Jarvis is a darling of the left when it comes to health-care reform. So why’s he hanging with the right?
  • The Missionary Position

    Jason Clark: Served mission in Frankfurt, Germany 1992-1994nnWere you ever led astray by your companion?nnI was biking home with my senior companion one evening when I noticed that he was lost. Suddenly, we were on a roundabout, and the street signs had...
  • Registered Slacker

    Some incumbents will thank you for not voting Nov. 7.
  • Stay the Course

    No state is more politically monotone than Utah. But that doesn’t mean we aren’t immune to possible changes.
  • The Ocho

    Eight last-ditch campaign pitches before the Nov. 7 Elections
  • Shane Song

    As with sausage and lawmaking, not everyone wants to know how political scandals are dug up. That’s what keeps James Evans in business.
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Newsquirks

    Curses, Foiled AgainnBritish police arrested three men who robbed an armored car in Liverpool after a group of schoolchildren helped identify them by memorizing the getaway car’s license plates. A passer-by who spotted the car feared she would forget...
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Honorable Discharge

    Are titanium batteries really better than alkaline? Or is this some sort of new marketing ploy?      'Beth Hanes, via e-mailnnI’ve been pointing those who claim “battery memory” as truth towards your archive...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Faustina Bargain

    Oasis Café’s owner opens a restaurant for carnivores and veggie lovers alike.

Music

  • Song Machine

    Michael Nau of Maryland’s Page France can’t stop writing.
  • All Work, No Play

    Chicago’s Hush Sound take lazy to new melodic highs with Like Vines.
  • Music Picks

    Sparta & Sound Team, Jello Biafra, Joanna Newsom, Prozak Turner ...

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