• Issue Archive for
  • Aug 26 - Sep 1, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 15


  • End the Unwinnable War

    During the 1920s, my uncles and grandfather had a profitable business in Salt Lake City. They produced and sold bootleg whiskey.
  • A Person Can Call Himself a Tree

    On Aug. 11, the heavy hand of the federal government once again frustrated the will of the people. Judge Vaughn Walker overturned part of the California Constitution that states that marriage is between a man and a woman as “unconstitutional.”
  • Right Choice

    Twelve years ago, I was faced with an unwanted pregnancy after a brief affair while my now late husband and I were separated. I had choices, and luckily knew that.
  • Angry Toy Makers

    Rep. Jim Matheson is a prime example of this very problem. His refusal to even discuss reasonable changes to the ill-conceived Children’s Product Safety Improvement Act...
  • Guilty Conscience

    When I was watching the news and heard Christopher Wright was found guilty, and he stated he was innocent, the judge told him he needs to take responsibility for his actions.

Food & Drink

  • Whoa Nellie Deli & Root Veggie Stew

    City Weekly freelance contributor Austen Diamond appreciates gourmet gas station cuisine. He says, “During warm weather, I find myself road-tripping all over the West.



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