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Dining Guide

Putting on the Ritz

Where Salt Lake City's notables take their friends to eat.

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Oct 24,2012 - Salt Lakers are not easily satisfied. Even with all our amenities, awe-inspiring mountains and low crime stats, we can’t help but complain.

Letters

Correction: Wanda Shaver

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Oct 24,2012 - Correction: In “Energizer Cowboy,” [Oct. 18, City Weekly], the name of Billy Joe Shaver’s three-time ex-wife should have been Wanda Shaver.

Visual Art

Art of Politics

Two exhibits explore presidential election

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Oct 22,2012 - Observing and participating in a presidential election is one of the most communal experiences in American society, but it can also be one of the most divisive.

Other A&E

Haunted Attractions

Where to scream this Halloween

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Oct 15,2012 - Halloween in Utah has become a celebration of scariness that stretches beyond the month of October, and plenty of local haunted attractions pop up to add to the atmosphere.

CD Reviews

Lord Huron, Sic Alps

Reviews: Lonesome Dreams, Sic Alps

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Oct 10,2012 - Lonesome Dreams transcends folk—it travels into metaphysical realms, the stuff of dreams. At times, it grabs the listener away from reality and into a trance—like listening to the rhythm and cadence of repeated Buddhist mantras.

Letters

Correction: "City-hood" Quote Attribution

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Oct 3,2012 - Correction: The pull quote appearing above the article “City-hood” [Sept. 20, City Weekly] should have been attributed, as it was in the article, to Mark Crockett.

CD Reviews

Flying Lotus, Dinosaur Jr.

Reviews: Until the Quiet Comes, I Bet on Sky

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Sep 26,2012 - As the great nephew of the late jazz pianist Alice Coltrane (wife of John Coltrane), critics have always expected a certain level of avante garde when it comes to anything from Steven Ellison, better known as Flying Lotus.

Artys

Artys 2012

City Weekly's 7th Annual Arts Awards

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Sep 12,2012 - This seventh-annual City Weekly Artys issue—like all lists and awards—is only partly about the results. We certainly honor those whom have been selected by readers’ votes, as well as those additional individuals

CD Reviews

Antibalas, Dead Can Dance

Reviews: Antibalas, Anastasis

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Aug 22,2012 - In what is their most pointedly inspired release to date, Antibalas channel Afrobeat legend Fela Kuti to rousing and irresistibly groovy results.
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