• Issue of
  • Dec 23-29, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 32

News

  • Money For Nothing
  • Money For Nothing

    When I was a kid, my dad and all the dads who worked for Kennecott Copper, from the Bingham Canyon mine to the Magna smelter, regularly got in the mail their issue of the company newsmagazine, Kennescope.
  • Doubts About Elizabeth Smart

    I watched the broadcast on NBC’s Dateline regarding the ordeal of Elizabeth Smart and something seems fishy to me.
  • Why Tow Carpoolers?

    The old Lowe’s off of 9000 South remains a large vacant parking lot, with no short-term plans to renovate the property by Sandy City.
  • One Dead End After Another

    Just as Jose Hernandez’s story moved Sonjia Ogawa, her letter moved me. In her letter, she asks, “Is there not some program or policy in place to help these kids...”
  • Fair Game
  • Fair Game

    Years ago I watched on TV the “Battle of the Sexes” tennis match between Bobby Riggs and Billie Jean King. My question: was the tennis match played fairly?

Restaurants & Bars

  • Egg Noggin’ Off
  • Egg Noggin’ Off

    Spiked eggnog is a holiday safety net, no matter the mood. Feel filled with yuletide merriment? Tip your cup.
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Music

  • Terrance D.H.
  • Terrance D.H.

    Darn Happy: SLC scene old-schooler Terrance D.H. eyes a pop prize.
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