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  • Aug 19-25, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 14

News

  • Nigel of Nigel & The Metal Dogs
  • Nigel of Nigel & The Metal Dogs

    Rock-legend-in-his-own-mind Nigel was the lead singer for Liquid Joe’s mainstay cover band, The Metal Gods, for more than seven years before packing up his leather chaps and leaving ...
  • Food for Enquiring Minds

    I liked John Saltas’ discussion about Drudge and the Huffington Post, and share his discomfort with both. Like him, I’m somewhat of a news and opinion junkie. I prefer reading to watching TV news.
  • Right Choice

    I had a child as a teenager and did not inform the father about placing his child up for adoption. The father decided to verbally and physically abuse me...
  • Black, White, Dread All Over
  • Black, White, Dread All Over

    Rumors are pervasive that layoffs are coming to the Deseret News, leaving the newspaper’s staff—and the rest of Utah—to wonder what will become of the state’s oldest daily newspaper.

Restaurants & Bars

  • Big Ed's
  • Big Ed's

    Big Ed's satisfies most every collegial need: grub, booze, coffee and intercourse.
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Culture

Guides

  • Artys 2010: Vote Now for Your Favorites
  • Artys 2010: Vote Now for Your Favorites

    City Weekly's Artys issue celebrates the wealth of talent in Utah's performing, visual and literary arts by paying tribute to the individuals and organizations that elevate and inspire culture.
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