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  • Aug 29 - Sep 4, 2013
  • Vol. 30, No. 16

News

  • The Backup Candidate
  • The Backup Candidate

    Sen. Mike Lee's campaign had support from Jeremy Johnson, others with Swallow connections
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  • Drugs, War & Labor
  • Drugs, War & Labor

    This week is all about war and its casualties. You can also attend a Honk & Wave for peace this weekend and make some noise against a likely confrontation against Syria.
  • Stop the Carriages

    Recently, Jerry, a beautiful dapple-gray carriage horse, was struck down in the middle of the day in downtown Salt Lake City with what was deemed to be colic.
  • The Midwest Does It Better

    I was interested to read the letter from the young mother who found that the suburbs of Salt Lake City can be different than the city proper in their propensity to shun gentiles ...
  • Go Team?

    Loving sports is complicated when you know it's more than a game
  • Revenge of the Mobile Devices
  • Revenge of the Mobile Devices

    Texting contributed to the crash of a medical helicopter near Mosby, Mo., according to National Transportation Safety Board investigators. Despite the helicopter operator’s rule forbidding pilots to use electronic devices

Restaurants & Bars

Music

Culture

  • FXX It
  • FXX It

    Sunny, The League and Totally Biased are on a new channel—find it.

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