• Issue of
  • Apr 3-9, 2014
  • Vol. 30, No. 47

News

  • Walkabout
  • Walkabout

    After being evicted, Kim Krause decided to embark on the open road for a life of homelessness
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  • The Plot Thickens
  • The Plot Thickens

    Did police catch a terrorist or simply punish a man who was seeking help for a mental illness?
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  • The Broken Caucus

    I attended my first Republican caucus recently. As a proponent of the Count My Vote campaign, I decided I needed to see what really happens at a caucus meeting. I was wrong. I could have gone a lifetime without needing to see what happens there.
  • Ask Not
  • Ask Not

    Questions Posed to the LDS Church Get Conflicting Answers
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Restaurants & Bars

  • Pucker Up
  • Pucker Up

    Sour beer is the next big thing in American brewing
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Music

  • Cult Leader
  • Cult Leader

    Local metal band rise from the ashes of Gaza
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Culture

  • Pioneer Theatre Company: Deathtrap
  • Pioneer Theatre Company: Deathtrap

    Pioneer Theatre Company’s production of Ira Levin’s 1978 comedic thriller Deathtrap has been around long enough—including a film adaptation—that plenty of its surprises are bound not to be surprises for every viewer.
  • Plan-B Theatre Company: 3
  • Plan-B Theatre Company: 3

    Omnibus collections of any kind—short films, short stories, short plays—often feel only as strong as their weakest link. And then there are those pleasant rare exceptions where there really isn’t a weak link, and where the individual segments build on and inform one another to the point where it feels fully cohesive.

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