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The Leonardo

Does the $25M museum deliver?

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Nov 2,2011 - The Leonardo’s lab manager, artist Jann Haworth, sets on the table a weighty acorn that she found in the gutter. “It’s so symbolic,” she says.

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SLC Good Landlord Program

Landlords, housing advocates give mixed reviews

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Oct 26,2011 - For Salt Lake City Councilman Van Turner, the city’s new Landlord/Tenant Initiative is as much about good landlords as it is about bad slumlords.

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Coverage Denied

Trans Utahn fights SelectHealth

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Oct 19,2011 - The gender reassignment surgery that Sophia Hawes underwent in May was a life-changing experience. She finally felt complete after years of being caught between identities ...

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Dems Plan for Redistricting

Process could be 2012 rallying cry

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Oct 12,2011 - As the Legislature struggles to finalize the congressional map that will guide Utahns’ selection of their congressional delegates for the next decade, Democrats are bracing for a map that will hit them where it hurts—right in the liberal stronghold of Salt Lake County. A Republican “pizza” plan that would divide Utah’s urban, liberal core and combine the slices with more conservative rural swaths of the state is on the menu and is likely to be approved when the Legislature holds a special session Oct. 17.

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FBI keeps activists' items

Laptops, shoes were seized in 2010

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Oct 6,2011 - While the public may have forgotten about the raids that targeted a quiet Trolley Square-area home in March and August of 2010, the cadre of young animal-rights activists have not.

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Jobs for the Jobless

Lawmaker, agencies lend a hand

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Sep 27,2011 - Finding work in a down economy is no easy task. It’s not any easier when you’ve been down and out of the workforce for years, either.

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QSaltLake Seeks Support

Gay newspaper struggling financially

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Sep 21,2011 - Inside the office of Michael Aaron, founder and publisher of QSaltLake, Salt Lake City’s only publication specifically serving the state’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community,

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Let's Talk About (Mormon) Sex

Can church teachings undermine sex lives?

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Sep 14,2011 - Jennifer Finlayson-Fife makes her living by talking to young, often conservative, Mormon couples about the thing few conservative, Mormon couples want to talk about, least of all with a stranger: sex.

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Primary Preview

The issues in Districts 2 & 6

By Katharine Biele
POSTED // Sep 6,2011 - The biggest issue facing Salt Lake City’s District 6 may be one that isn’t really a District 6 issue at all. Can you say Walmart? You know, whether the big-box store will build a

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Gay in the GOP

Presidential hopeful goes after Romney

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Aug 31,2011 - Fred Karger, a 61-year-old gay California Republican, is one of a crowd of hopefuls vying to be the 2012 GOP presidential nominee. Among the contenders, he’s a long shot—even among the long-shot candidates. But after 30-plus years working in conservative politics, Karger knows he won’t be the first gay Republican president. He also knows the role he can play, and play well if he gets his opening: wild card.
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