This week, Salt Lake City residents can schedule time to meet personally with Mayor Ralph Becker and chew the municipal fat. Later, grill Attorney General Sean Reyes about how he’s airing out the office after the stink
I want to comment on two letters: Engred Shlee’s concerns about modifying the climate and Jeffe Olafsson’s Obama World War III diatribe [“Everyone’s Out for Themselves,” March 20; “Obama’s Wars,” March 27, City Weekly].
I was reading “Young Immortal Care” about getting young people to sign up for Obamacare in your Best of Utah issue [March 27, City Weekly]. I can understand why anyone, young or old, would be reluctant to sign up for Obamacare.
It was with a great deal of dismay that I read Hits & Misses [April 10, City Weekly]. As a disc golfer, I am well acquainted with the standard stereotypes of my sport; however, to see how recklessly and easily you dismissed the disc-golf community without so much as an ounce of research is of great concern.
As an audience-delighting act at significant local shows such as the Rooftop Concert Series—catch them this October when they play with Fictionist—and Velour’s Les Femmes de Velour showcase, The Blue Aces a
Utah expatriate Kristin Ann King may now live in Seattle, but her fascinating short-story collection Misfits from the Beehive State shows that she still has a firm finger on the peculiar qualities of the people here
After an unusually dry winter across the West, we’re dedicating this year’s Green Guide to water—you know, that stuff that, most years, falls from the sky, piles up by the dozens of feet in the Wasatch Mountains and gushes
How could a guy so boorish and so unfit for the job become our 45th president? I don't think the election was rigged, as Trump often asserted, but on the eve of his inauguration, I am trying to reconcile the fact that 62 million people disagreed with me and voted for him.