• Issue Archive for
  • Jan 3-9, 2013
  • Vol. 29, No. 34


  • You Try Being Second Class

    The Mormon church set up a website where it acknowledges the humanity of homosexuals, and people fell all over themselves hailing this “progress.” In a way, it is progress. Hopefully, it will help prevent Mormon parents from kicking out their gay teenage offspring and Mormon queers from killing themselves.
  • Judging Mormonism

    I never thought I’d agree with Christian fundamentalists, but they may be right about some Mormons not being Christians.
  • "Josephine" Was Touching

    Thank you, John Saltas, for your lovely and touching column [“Josephine,” Dec. 20, City Weekly] that clearly gives perspective on how we must address the Second Amendment and our prioritie
  • 'Tis the Season
  • 'Tis the Season

    More than $1 billion on gift cards goes unredeemed each year, according to CEB TowerGroup, even though a law enacted in 2009 requires cards to remain valid for five years.

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