• Issue Archive for
  • Oct 25-31, 2012
  • Vol. 29, No. 24

News

  • A Subtle Debate Strategy?

    As I watched some of the first presidential debate, I saw openings that President Obama did not take. Then, on reflection, I wondered about the possibility of subtle strategy.
  • Correction: Wanda Shaver

    Correction: In “Energizer Cowboy,” [Oct. 18, City Weekly], the name of Billy Joe Shaver’s three-time ex-wife should have been Wanda Shaver.
  • Mining Irony

    Every time a new mine is slated to open [“Sticky Issues,” Oct. 18, City Weekly], there are environmental groups that oppose it, as is their right.
  • Good News for Zombies
  • Good News for Zombies

    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Gerber Legendary Blades announced a voluntary recall of 119,000 Gerber Bear Grylls Parang Machetes that were marketed to zombie killers on last fall’s season opener of The Walking Dead television series.

Restaurants & Bars

Music

Culture

Guides

  • In an "Old-Standby" Rut?
  • In an "Old-Standby" Rut?

    When friends come to town, it’s an opportunity for me to check out newer eateries I’ve been hearing about. For a taste of Spanish wine and cuisine in a modern setting, I’m trying out Finca (1291 S. 1100 East, Salt Lake City

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