Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Mar 14, 2013
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  • Mar 14-20, 2013
  • Vol. 29, No. 44

News

  • Staff Box
  • Pope Madness

    What are you paying more attention to: the selection of a new pope or March Madness?
  • Letters
  • Start at the Bottom

    Thanks for the fine cover story on SkiLink that featured former Salt Lake City Mayor Ted Wilson and Save Our Canyons spokesman Carl Fisher [“Broken Link,” Jan. 10, City Weekly].
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  • Letters
  • We Cannot Be Silent

    Since some things are too immediate, too intimate, or, seemingly, too inflammatory to discuss in print, there is a tendency to ignore them ...
  • Letters
  • Wear a Respirator, Raise Awareness

    For two years, I’ve been wearing my filtration mask on red-air days, hoping not only to protect my lungs but also to raise awareness ...
  • Letters
  • Where’s His Butler?

    Am I missing something here [“Prison Made,” Feb. 28, City Weekly]? Convicted aggravated assaulter, robber, kidnapper, prison rioter, vandal ...
  • Irony Illustrated
  • News Quirks
  • Irony Illustrated

    University of Louisville police accused Terry J. Davis of shoplifting after surveillance video cameras showed him stealing a textbook and then trying to sell it back to the university bookstore. The book was titled “Resolving Ethical Issues.”
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Restaurants & Bars

  • Oh Mai
  • Wine
  • Oh Mai

    Find legendary banh mi sandwiches
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Music

  • Unknown Mortal Orchestra
  • Unknown Mortal Orchestra

    Stealing Donald Trump's cheese is only part of Unknown Mortal Orchestra's rock & roll lifestyle
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