The Second Annual Retro Issue
February- March 2001
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TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT By Jim Stiles THE NUTSHELL No way to treat a goose… Pending Moab City litigation…. The election…. The Good News... By Jim Stiles and Steve Russell POINTBLANK: I Was a Teenage Pyromaniac By Evan Cantor NEW WEST BLUES Classics #1 By Jim Stiles THE NUTSHELL: Photographic Evidence Revegetation area?… The first bovine Dog of the Month… Tom Tom Arnold: His junk is the "Last Bastion of Defense" and he has cats fixed too. THE VIEW FROM ABOVE JOHNSON'S UP-ON-TOP Just how well do 110 homesites, 225 lodge rooms and 150 condos fit up there? THE 1940s: THE DECADE IN PICTURES THE DECADE THAT CHANGED THE WORLD Moab was a sleepy little town in 1940-it would play a role in ending the war. A review of the decade… By Jim Stiles THE WW II ORAL HISTORY OF ED McCARRICK Ed gave this remarkable interview in 1989, 45 years after the Battle of the Bulge. MOAB'S CONCENTRATION CAMP In 1942 an ugly side of the war came to Moab By Lloyd Pierson FROM THE HERB RINGER JOURNALS Herb's notes from that fateful day: December 7, 1941. AROUND THE BEND AGAIN Ken remembers life in the 1940s. By Ken Sleight STREAMOFCONSCIOUSNESS "My Missing History" By Anne Wilson FEEDBACK Letters from an insulted Park City couple offended by the term "Rich Weasel." One more time from the Sierra Club… Etc… CARTOONS AND MORPHS Selected ads from the current issue of the Zephyr
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