• Issue of
  • Oct 11-17, 2012
  • Vol. 29, No. 22

News

  • Mostly Sweet

    Other than spelling my last name incorrectly, I was pleased at what a good job Colin Wolf did on his story [“Sugar Daddy,” Sept. 20, City Weekly], and also for quoting me correctly.
  • Some Things Are Certain

    Kirk Jowers of the Hinckley Institute of Politics says that in the upcoming election, the outcomes are too close to call [“Outcome Not a Forgone Conclusion,” Letters, Oct. 4, City Weekly], including the Obama-Romney race.
  • Romney’s Win Was a Loss

    Oh, Mitt, how you lie. States’ rights, huh? Well, if you’re a woman seeking lawful health-care coverage; an undocumented immigrant; an uninsured person; a senior without husband or family support ...
  • Scapegoating a Form of Denial

    Please give a raise to Stephen Dark for publishing a well-written article [“Lost in the Hole,” Sept. 27, City Weekly] about the abuse and needless suffering of the mentally ill in prison.
  • Voting a Patriotic Duty

    Kirk Jowers brings excellent news in his Oct. 4 letter [“Outcome Not a Forgone Conclusion,” City Weekly]. He cites a recent U of U survey showing that most students plan to vote.

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