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20 Years of Adequacy

Eight hottest stories Bill Frost was chasing as a new City Weekly staffer in August 1997.


8. “New Local Band Royal Bliss Will Never Last or Amount to Anything”
7. “The World Wide Web: A Comprehensive Guide to All 116 Sites”
6. “With Homeboys in Outer Space, UPN Is Now TV’s Edgiest Network”
5. “There Will Never, Ever, Ever Be a President Worse Than Bill Clinton”
4. “Speed 2: Cruise Control: Better Than the Original, or the Best Movie Ever Made?”
3. “Sen. Orrin Hatch: Still Spry at 85”
2. “Newspapers: The Dominant, Unstoppable Media Force of the Future”
1. “NBA Championship Within Reach for Utah Jazz”