• Issue Archive for
  • Feb 20-26, 2014
  • Vol. 30, No. 41


  • Smog Lake City
  • Smog Lake City

    This weekend, get down to the scientific nitty-gritty of pollution on the Wasatch Front by attending a lecture by Dr. Brian Moench of Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment.
  • Great Gourmandise

    Ted Scheffler gave a wonderful review of Gourmandise, a great downtown eatery [“Eyes Wide Open,” Feb. 13, City Weekly].
  • Developing vs. Destroying

    Real-estate developers excel in commemorating what they have just destroyed: Fox Den Road, Partridge Circle, Quail Hollow Drive. How they must be salivating at the prospect of a gift of 700 acres in Draper from their friends and cronies in the legislature.
  • Utah: Enabler of Evil?

    In 2012 and 2013, Utah played host to two conventions for groups overseeing the further decline of economic culture, wages and worker rights and the dismantling of national sovereignty in favor of corporate “rights.”

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