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Hit the Nail on the Head

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jun 26,2013 - Well done, John Saltas! I agreed 100 percent [“Utah Phonies,” June 6, City Weekly]! You are honest, brilliant and bold.

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Barbecue Where?

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jun 12,2013 - I’m new to Salt Lake City and looking for interesting restaurants, so after reading your review of the R&R Texas barbecue ...

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Inmates Are Part of Society

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jun 12,2013 - Did you know that fewer than 5 percent of inmates sent to prison die incarcerated, even among those serving a life sentence?

Letters

How Do We End the Problem?

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jun 12,2013 - Good job taking down the UTA cronies [“Money Train,” May 30, City Weekly].

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Prison Should Stay Put

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jun 5,2013 - The Utah State Prison should remain in Draper [“Jail Bait,” April 4, City Weekly].

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“Public” Transit Won’t Pay for Itself

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jun 5,2013 - While visiting Utah, I ran across your attack on light rail [“Money Train,” May 30, City Weekly].

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Why Another Venue?

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jun 5,2013 - I wrote to NewPerfomingArtsCenter.org/feedback, as I had received a postcard from them.

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Get Rid of the Bias

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Jun 5,2013 - John Rasmuson, in keeping with the preponderant political views expressed in City Weekly, describes senators Mike Lee, Ted Cruz and Rand Paul as obstructionist showboaters ...

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Holy House for Homeless

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // May 29,2013 - While in California recently, I stopped at an eatery and looked up across the street to behold the majestic San Diego LDS temple.

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A Touchy Situation

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // May 29,2013 - On April 21, I was biking home from work along the same route I have used for almost five years. I came across a large silver truck parked ...
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