• Issue of
  • Jun 27 - Jul 3, 2013
  • Vol. 30, No. 7

News

  • Pedal Power
  • Pedal Power

    This weekend, exercise your activism by taking part in the Best Dam Bike Ride to raise money and awareness for the fight against multiple sclerosis.
  • Hit the Nail on the Head

    Well done, John Saltas! I agreed 100 percent [“Utah Phonies,” June 6, City Weekly]! You are honest, brilliant and bold.
  • Mysticism vs. Insanity

    Hallucinations can be quite frightening, especially for those experiencing them. A dear friend called years ago to tell about the voices she was hearing.
  • Keeping an Eye on the Snakes

    I’ve always heard rumors of a local mafia. It appears to me that Mark Shurtleff and John Swallow have confirmed those rumors.
  • Bitter Pill to Swallow

    Utah Attorney General John Swallow, the state’s “top cop,” needs to educate himself on ethics, find a moral compass en route and abandon ship.

Restaurants & Bars

  • Naked Sushi
  • Naked Sushi

    The beauty of the human body meets the beauty of culinary arts
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Music

  • Little Hurricane
  • Little Hurricane

    Blues-rock duo Little Hurricane isn't afraid to court disaster
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Culture

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