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Gender Bender
How Neal Cline resolved a lifelong dilemma by becoming Nicole Cline. [03-29-99]
— Carolyn Campbell, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Sex Addiction
Like alcohol and drugs, a dependency on sex is the stuff of broken lives. [02-23-99]
— Carolyn Campbell, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Only for Eternity
The LDS church forbids polygamy on earth, but its male members continue to be sealed to more than one woman for the afterlife. [02-01-99]
— Andrea Moore Emmett, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Star Light, Star Bright
The Sundance Film Festival descends upon Park City, and brings with it all the brushes with celebrity you can stand in a year. [01-25-99]
— Mary Dickson, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Star Gazing
Who to watch for at Sundance. [01-25-99]
— Mary Dickson, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Who's Afraid of Neil LaBute?
An interview with director Neil LaBute. [09-21-98]
— Mary Dickson, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Dementia
Freedom for the mentally ill. The right thing to do or the worst possible option. [07-13-98]
SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Liquid Assets
Alterna-soda roundup. [06-15-98]
— Ben Fulton, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Beyond Belief
It's a shame that Mormons and Southern Baptists might argue over which church is the weed and which is the wheat. At least they won't point to the heathens. [06-01-98]
— Ben Fulton, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Escape to Babylon
In the past, Mormon women wishing to escape polygamy had nowhere to run but into the evil, outside world. Tapestry of Polygamy, a group of former polygamous wives and daughters, seeks to offer them haven. [05-26-98]
— Andrea Moore Emmett, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Conspiracy -- Again!
For about a year now -- long before Monica Lewinsky -- that has been David Bresnahan's mantra. It has framed his post-legislative existence like no other cause, like no other business. Then he got burned. [04-27-98]
— Katharine Biele, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Spring Fashion Report
Platform shoes, the uniburn, mood tops and fast-food chain uniforms -- are you ready for fashion 1998? [04-20-98]
— Bill Frost, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Fairway to Heaven
Once the domain of sunburnt, polyester-clad businessmen, golf is officially in vogue. [04-20-98]
— Ben Fulton, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

New Girl Order
The old feminist orthodoxy is dead, even as a new generation pays homage to its achievements. SLC's Twisted Sisters take the women's movement into a new realm of creative expression and activism. [02-16-98]
— Ben Fulton, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Gay on the Job
Workplace friendships, job benefits and even career choices are distinctly different matters for gays and lesbians on the job. [01-26-98]
— Carolyn Campbell, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Sundance: 20 Years
In less than two decades, a festival based in what was once a fairly obscure mining-turned-skiing community has gained an international reputation as the single most important showcase of American independent cinema. [01-20-98]
— Mary Dickson, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Taming the Time Bandit
The Jetsons we're not. We've got the timesaving devices: Jet travel, microwaves, fast-food restaurants and faxes. Yet we work more, not less. Unstructured time is a true luxury. [12-08-97]
— Mark Gerard Hengesbaugh, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Fast, Cheap & Out In the Snow
2 stories in this file. 1: Skiing and boarding on the cheap. 2: "Snowshoeing: The Gathering," by Cheryl Fox. Snowshoeing conjures the image of the lone mountain man, but today is accessible to almost anybody. [12-01-97]
— Bill Frost, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

Virtual Peeping Toms
In the cyber-thriller "The Net," Sandra Bullock's life is turned upside down by sinister computer hackers. But what happened to Bullock is not restricted to the movies. [11-24-97]
— Mel Parkinson, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

It's a Bash
Four years of high school is a distinctly different experience if you happen to be a young gay or lesbian. Your curriculum can involve threats and hostile looks. It's an education in taunts and a lesson in humiliation. [11-10-97]
— Ben Fulton, SALT LAKE CITY WEEKLY

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