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Finding the Proof of Pando

Measuring the aspen clone's size turned into a giant project

By Matthew D. LaPlante & Paul Christiansen
POSTED // Nov 21,2013 - It was just a half-day’s drive from her office in Logan, but Karen Mock wasn’t much more than passingly interested in Pando. Not at first.

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Review: The Book of Mormon Musical

The Book of Mormon: Obscene, irreverent and delightfully charming.

By Geoff Griffin
POSTED // Mar 23,2011 - What’s surprising about The Book of Mormon isn’t that parts of the musical push Broadway to new levels of obscenity, blasphemy and outrageousness ...

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Special Issues 2010

A special look back at the special year in City Weekly special issues.

By Bill Frost
POSTED // Dec 29,2010 - As you may have noticed, we love themed “special issues” here at City Weekly, since we average about one every four weeks.

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Cops and Pot, by Grandpa Grow

A frank and detailed account of various marijuana growing operations.

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Sep 29,2010 - Former radio talk-show host Martin Davies, of Utah, authored this paper and provided it to law enforcement as one way to reduce his sentence on federal marijuana convictions, as reported in City Weekl

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Judge Faust's Ruling - UHP Trooper Lisa Steed

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Sep 8,2010 - Utah 3rd District Judge Robert P. Faust ruled against the defendant in this May 2010 ruling, but nevertheless concluded that Utah Highway Patrol's most prolific officer on the DUI beat, Lisa Steed, v

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Judge Cutler's Ruling - UHP Trooper Lisa Steed

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Sep 8,2010 - "Trooper Steed's testimony lacks credibility in three remarkable manners," wrote Salt Lake City Justice Court Judge L.G. Cutler in this March 2010 ruling.

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Don't Walk the Line: 15 Practical Tips to Beat a DUI

POSTED // Sep 8,2010 - Don't mix these up: Politely decline field sobriety tests (eye test, walk the line, one leg stand). Take the breath or blood test.

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Coldest Beer Readers' Picks

From Bowling Alleys to Zion Nat'l Park, you picked your favorite places to get a cold one.

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Jul 21,2010 - Bonwood Bowl: Many people treat their neighborhood bowling alley like a neighborhood bar, and it helps when the bar inside the alley has a personality all its own.

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Utah's Coldest Beer: The Bars

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Jul 21,2010 - 5 Monkeys: Tucked just west of State Street in Murray, 5 Monkeys sports a colorful jungle-themed graffiti mural outside and a clean, air-conditioned interior.

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The Plays at the Utah Shakespearean Festival 2010

Reviews: Merchant of Venice, Much Ado About Nothing, Macbeth, Pride and Prejudice, The 39 Steps and Great Expectations--the Musical

By Dan Nailen
POSTED // Jul 14,2010 - A Shakespeare play where a religious divide in the community is a major concern? Yeah, that’ll play just fine in Utah.
 
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