• Issue of
  • Oct 21-27, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 23


  • Top Whatever

    I can understand a Top 20, or even a Top 30, but in our limited culinary scene, I can’t imagine 100 restaurants being absolutely remarkable [“Dining Guide,” Oct. 14, City Weekly]. So
  • Delicious Diner

    We enjoy Taggart’s Grill [“Roadside Attraction,” Sept. 23, City Weekly], particularly the artichoke soup. The burgers are incredible—everyone we’ve tried is different but
  • Imposed Agendas

    Fathers’ rights should not be used as a means to sidestep the responsibilities a father has to his children beyond that of child support [“Killed For Custody,” Oct. 7, City Weekly].
  • At An Impasse

    Conflicts about homosexuality will not be resolved until gay-affirmative people publicly admit, despite impassioned claims to the contrary, that a significant number of gay people can change through t
  • Weed Facts

    I’ve always felt that most people don’t fully understand the marijuana debate. Most opinions are formed out of ignorance. To wit: Weed is something that gets you high, so it’s bad. B

Restaurants & Bars

  • Beers for Bikes
  • Beers for Bikes

    It’s a no-brainer for the Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective to pair up with Epic Brewing Co. for the Oct. 23 Beers for Bikes fundraiser.



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