• Issue Archive for
  • Jul 17-23, 2014
  • Vol. 31, No. 10
  • Bar Guide 2014


  • Giving Back for Back to School
  • Giving Back for Back to School

    With the summer at its peak, maybe it's too soon to be thinking about school, but it's never too soon to think about helping those in need, like economically disadvantaged kids who need some help with back-to-school gear.
  • Food For Thought; Help Is Out There

    As a vendor of the Salt Lake Farmers Market (SLFM) for the past 19 years, we know firsthand the hard work and dedication it takes to participate and put the market together.
  • College of Electoral Knowledge
  • College of Electoral Knowledge

    Asad Asif, 19, was elected to New Jersey's Middlesex County Republican Committee with only one vote—his own. "It was kind of like the Mickey Mouse vote, where people write in stupid names when they vote for president," the Rutgers University junior explained.

Food & Drink


  • Live: Music Picks July 17-23
  • Live: Music Picks July 17-23

    It seems like the term "art rock" gets thrown around willy nilly, but at least in TV on the Radio's case, that's probably because "catchy, often weird mix of funk, post-punk, electro and rock that sometimes sounds like it's influenced by '80s pop" is just too unwieldy—and frontman Tunde Adebimpe and guitarist Dave Sitek just so happen to both be visual artists.


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