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  • Aug 1-7, 2013
  • Vol. 30, No. 12

News

  • Meter Man
  • Meter Man

    SLC Council candidate is waging a war against new parking meters.
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  • Seriously, Don't Breathe
  • Seriously, Don't Breathe

    Just as Salt Lake City was celebrating its third-annual Solar Day, clean-air advocates got serious about their message. Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment and the Sierra Club filed a lawsuit to stop
  • Hold Your Breath

    Congratulations, Wasatch Front! Kudos to us all for our unfailing commitment to one of the largest collective-suicide pacts of all time.
  • Give Cyclists a Break

    I enjoyed D.P. Sorenson’s “Bike Tykes” [July 25, City Weekly] Deep End. Although I appreciate the satire in it, I wanted to address some of the serious claims.
  • Feminists Want Your Cake

    According to Stephanie Lauritzen’s column “Sink or Swim” [July 11, City Weekly], entitled militant feministas can run around half-naked or completely naked (since the world revolves around them and their special rights) ...
  • Happy Ending
  • Happy Ending

    After a Chinese court overturned prostitution charges against a Foshan hair salon whose staff provided sexual services, Chinese media and law enforcers began a national debate on whether sexual services that don’t

Restaurants & Bars

Music

  • Live: Music Picks Aug. 1-7
  • Live: Music Picks Aug. 1-7

    It’s a tale of luxurious hair, tight leather pants and RAWK. What started out in the 1980s in England as a goth-rock outfit called The Southern Death Cult eventually became Death Cult, which was later revamped

Culture

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