Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jan 9, 2014
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  • Jan 9-15, 2014
  • Vol. 30, No. 35

News

  • Love.
  • Cover Story
  • Love.

    Though the battle over same-sex marriage continues, the motivation for Utah couples hasn't changed
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  • Stay Behind
  • Stay Behind

    Same-sex couples in Utah might owe their matrimony to the attorneys fighting against them
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  • Cats, Rights & Writing
  • Citizen Revolt
  • Cats, Rights & Writing

    Salt Lake County Animal Services is looking for donations of food for kitties in need, starting right meow (sorry, that was terrible). If you’re more worried about the political animals who run our government,
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  • Letters
  • Speak Up About Addiction

    Congratulations on the excellent article by David Fetzer’s mother, Betsy Ross [“David Fetzer’s Last Act,” Dec. 12, City Weekly].
  • Letters
  • Holiday Homelessness

    I recently experienced homelessness for the first time in my life with my daughter, Abby, 5, and son, Isiah, 4. We are presently residing at The Road Home downtown, where Christmas and Santa arrived with an enormous sleigh full of memories.
  • Letters
  • This Is What Love Looks Like

    As I walked into the Salt Lake County Government Building on the night of Dec. 20 to offer my officiating services, I was gobsmacked. The line of same-sex partners eagerly waiting to get marriage licenses was a sight I will never forget. I had to take a few minutes to catch my breath and take it in.
  • Opinion
  • In the Balance

    Working parents shouldn't have to choose between career and family
  • Trigger Happy
  • News Quirks
  • Trigger Happy

    After a 30-minute, high-speed chase through Dallas suburbs, police Officer Patrick Tuter cornered suspect Michael Allen and yelled for him to get out of his pickup truck.
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Restaurants & Bars

  • Roots Cafe
  • Wine
  • Roots Cafe

    Get Your Fill with the Roots of Your Day breakfast platter
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Music

  • Triggers & Slips
  • Triggers & Slips

    Local band Triggers & Slips are pushing the country envelope
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Culture

  • Her
  • Film Reviews
  • Her

    Her uses high-concept science-fiction to find the complexity in dealing with real people
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