Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Nov 4, 2010
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  • Vol. 27, No. 25

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  • Letters
  • I Know Real Pizza

    Maria Condor doesn’t know jack about real pizza. The Pie is OK for what it is, but it doesn’t serve what we native Northeasterners would ever call real pizza. Pineapple and sourdough? No way!
  • Letters
  • Colorblind

    As a former soccer mom and current soccer grandmother, I have voted for candidates with “brown” skin. Further, I will continue to do so based on the color of their ideas, not their skin.
  • Letters
  • Offensive Cover

    Although I don’t believe that it will impact your heavily distributed publication if I stop picking it up, I find it necessary to inform you that I will no longer patronize City Weekly.
  • Letters
  • Correction

    Correction: City Weekly has published three stories that incorrectly described the relationship between iWorks president Jeremy Johnson and Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff ...
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  • Letters
  • Tackle the Real Issue

    So the Salt Lake City Police Department is going to “clean up” the few blocks of Main Street that have become a vagrant’s oasis? Great! So, they’ll arrest the drug dealers?

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  • Doomtree

    The Gang’s All Here: Minneapolis’ slept-upon hip-hop crew head out on their first full tour.
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