• Issue of
  • Apr 5-11, 2012
  • Vol. 28, No. 47

News

  • America Is Broke

    America is broke. It seems only Ron Paul tells this fact. Alas, and he’s called a “nut” by most folks.
  • Temple of Shopping

    I think I was supposed to bring some kind of temple recommend to the City Creek mall. It’s cool and all, but the vibe is weird ...
  • Best of Utah Correction

    One Best of Utah award was mistakenly left on the cutting-room floor this year during the production process.
  • Rich With Charity

    How limited Douglas Cotant’s perspective must be; let me help broaden that view. The majority of LDS members live outside of the United States ...
  • Truancy Thwarted
  • Truancy Thwarted

    A Brazilian school system is spending $670,000 to provide students with computer chips, to be embedded in school uniforms, that send a text message to the cell phones of parents when their children enter the school or alert them if the children fail to arrive within 20 minutes after classes begin. Coriolano Moraes, education secretary of Vitoria da Conquista’s 213 public schools, said nearly half of the city’s 43,000 public-school students have started using the chips and that all of them will be using them by next year. (Associated Press)

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