• Issue Archive for
  • Jan 30 - Feb 5, 2014
  • Vol. 30, No. 38


  • Fair Care
  • Fair Care

    Enrolling Utah's LGBT population into Obamacare presents opportunities for equality but challenges, too
  • Correction: On-body Cameras

    The article “Future Police” [Jan. 23, City Weekly] understated the cost of the Salt Lake City Police Department’s new on-body cameras by $30.
  • What Utah Negatives?

    Suppose your company operates in a legal gray area. No problem: All you have to do is donate to the attorney general’s campaign fund, and your legal problems go away.
  • D.P. Rules

    I hope it’s not true that D.P. Sorenson has retired from his Deep End column, but if it is, I want to express my thanks for the years of entertainment he provided.
  • The Clean Air Final Solution

    So it appears that Utah “leadership” may be getting serious about air pollution. Here’s a plan that could start here and be a model for the rest of the country.

Restaurants & Bars


  • Live: Music Picks Jan. 30-Feb. 5
  • Live: Music Picks Jan. 30-Feb. 5

    Hailing from Santa Cruz, Calif., the Expendables often display a quintessential West Coast sound, loosely akin to Sublime. But the style of their songs can also surprise at times, as it fluctuates from reggae


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