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Devastated

The world's largest known organism is in Utah-and it's dying

By Matthew D. LaPlante & Paul Christiansen
POSTED // Nov 20,2013 - FISH LAKE NATIONAL FOREST—There was a boy named Gary here, in 1984. He carved his name into the bark of an aspen tree, and, next to that, the name of his lover, Lori. Then, hedging his b

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The Real Deal

From underdog to goliath and back again, the Real Salt Lake brotherhood is still fighting for the perfect game

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Nov 6,2013 - At halftime of the last game of the 2013 Major League Soccer season, a furious Jason Kreis stormed into his team’s locker room. Perched, as always, on the right edge of the team’s bench, Real Salt Lake’s head coach

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How Utah Picks Its Politicians

What you need to know about the Count My Vote reform that could revolutionize the process

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Oct 30,2013 - If the group Count My Vote has its way, politics in Utah could soon see its most dramatic change since Brigham Young stopped “electing” congressional delegates over the pulpit during church meetings.

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Army of Darkness

Hunting the gamblin', murderin' soldier ghosts who haunt Fort Douglas

By Colin Wolf
POSTED // Oct 23,2013 - This town sure as hell isn’t what it used to be. For starters, the moral capital of the West used to be filled with men who would shoot one another over card games and floozies—at least, that’s how history remembers it,

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Project Censored 2013

Whistleblowers, wealth gaps and more stories you haven't heard about thanks to America's ever-shrinking news media

By Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez
POSTED // Oct 16,2013 - This year’s annual Project Censored list of the most underreported news stories includes the widening wealth gap, the trial of Pfc. Bradley Manning for leaking classified documents and President Obama’s war

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Haunted Utah

A Guide to All Things Halloween

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Oct 9,2013 - October in Utah brings all the makings of a perfect fall—cooler weather, leaves changing color, the undead roaming parking lots with chainsaws. The state has many horror houses to choose from

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Restoring the Priesthood

Mormon feminists want to have the powerful role in the LDS Church that women had in the days of Joseph Smith

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Oct 2,2013 - Women in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have been called on by church leaders to respect a divine division of the sexes: Motherhood is the sacred privilege of women, and the priesthood—basically the divine authority to act in God’s name—is the sacred power of men.

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Hard Candy

After her husband developed cancer, Debra Williamson became an angel of medical marijuana —and, under Utah law, a drug dealer

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Sep 25,2013 - The night Gary Williamson lost his battle with cancer, he asked his wife, Debra, “Do you have any idea how much I love you?” Then he said, “Don’t forget about Mike. And don’t stumble.”

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SLC Punk Is Not Dead

A look back at the film that made the city an icon 15 years ago

By Colin Wolf
POSTED // Sep 18,2013 - “I know I made quite a few people angry with that film, punks in general,” says director James Merendino about his low-budget indie film SLC Punk. “I was definitely entering a world of pain by making a movie about punk rock

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Crash & Burn

War journalist Michael Hastings' unexpected death was preceded by depression, drugs—and the fear that the government was out to get him

By Gene Maddaus
POSTED // Sep 4,2013 - In April, a man named Erin Walker Markland drove off a mountain road near Santa Cruz and was killed. The woman who had planned to marry him, Jordanna Thigpen, was devastated.
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