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  • Dec 19-25, 2013
  • Vol. 30, No. 32

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  • Cars Are the Real Threat

    D.P. Sorensen has pointed out an example of a cyclist who does not desire to follow the letter of the law [“Road Rage,” Dec. 5, City Weekly]. In the process, he is creating and spreading a stereotype based off of bad experiences that overpowers all encounters with cyclists minding their own business, doing their part to keep the air cleaner and more enjoyable to breathe for all.
  • Spandex Isn’t the Problem

    D.P. Sorensen criticized some bicyclists in a recent column [“Road Rage,” Dec. 5, City Weekly], and took exception to bicyclists wearing spandex and not coming to a full stop at stop signs.
  • Sunny Daze
  • Sunny Daze

    Utility companies in Georgia, Arizona, California and Idaho, fearing the loss of revenue from customers who install rooftop solar panels, are proposing to charge solar customers extra

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  • Damn Son!
  • Damn Son!

    Utah County music and lifestyle brand celebrates first anniversary
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