Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Nov 16, 2006
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  • Nov 16-22, 2006
  • Vol. 23, No. 27


  • Paradise Lost

    Shanna Francis grew up in a rural paradise'one she prays doesn’t become a suburban hell.
  • Blotter Fodder

    If you want to be a suit, you’ve got to own a suit. The old dress-for-success mantra goes for the criminal set as well, and the well-dressed scofflaw has his own uniform. The black hoodie has been de rigueur for years among Salt Lake City thugs....
  • Hello, Young Voters

    More young voters turned out Nov. 7 than in elections past. That’s cause for celebration, until you scan the numbers.
  • 5 Spot

    Fast food for five
  • The Ocho

    Eight film factoids about The Work and the Glory III: A House Divided, opening Nov. 22
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Newsquirks

    Curses, Foiled AgainnPolice in Forrest City, Ark., arrested would-be burglar Dennis Reed Jr., 19, after finding him stuck between an air-conditioning unit and a window frame, facing into an apartment not his. What’s more, he was nude. Rescue personnel...
  • Syndicated Columns
  • Odious Sodium

    In Judith A. Jance’s mystery novel Partner in Crime (2002), the murder weapon is sodium azide, a chemical used in auto air bags. She got her story idea from a magazine article about how poisonous sodium azide is. The chemical is not deactivated...

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Let Them Eat Steak

    Ruth’s Chris'the ultimate expense account restaurant'opens on the ruins of Baci.


  • Music Picks

    P.O.S, Golden Arm Trio, Slippery Kittens, Black Label Society ...


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