• Issue Archive for
  • Feb 19-25, 2009
  • Vol. 25, No. 40
Cover Story
  • Hear My Plea

    Sandy teen Kareena MacGregor was pressured into admitting she killed her newborn. The full story didn’t seem to matter.

News

  • Correction

    The Feb. 12 City Weekly feature “All Together Now” should have listed the Sacred Harp choral group’s monthly meeting schedule as follows: 7-9 p.m. first Tuesdays at All Saints Episco

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Culture

  • FRIDAY 2.20

    What better way to celebrate six more weeks of groundhog-imposed winter doom than to join in an art adventure inside a renovated brine-shrimpprocessing factory? Fire up the kiln and break out the ice chipper: The Fire and Ice Festival promises an exciting show with live fire and ice art.
  • FRIDAY 2.20

    Well, Moss’ status is as much due to his farout folk art as his banjo instrumentals, trippy odes to NyQuil and folksy renditions of Sinatra, Beatles and Tom Rapp tunes. He’s created paintings, glittery woodburnings and gourds for many years, often showing them at the Beehive Tea Room, the Blue Plate Caf頡nd the Utah Arts Festival.

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