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Mullen | Go Gently, Please: The Difference Between Bill and Rocky

By Holly Mullen
POSTED // Nov 7,2007 - Some politicians handle the old heave-ho quite well. They get it—the fleeting nature of fame, politics as a fickle mistress and all of that. When the time comes for their ride into the sunset, they do so not in some noisy, awkward trot, but with...

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News | A sharp-tongued Buhler emerges in mayor’s race, and he’s going to get edgier.

By Holly Mullen
POSTED // Oct 17,2007 - In the days leading up to the final election for Salt Lake City mayor, everything old is new again. That’s the case for Dave Buhler, anyway. He’s trailing by 18 percentage points behind Ralph Becker. He’s hanging on to his anti-Rocky...

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Mullen | Calling Big Utah: Thriving vs. surviving in Zion.

By Holly Mullen
POSTED // Oct 17,2007 - A lifetime ago, at a whole other newspaper, I created a place called “Big Utah.” I wrote about it twice, sometimes three times a year. It’s a place of great escape, a must-do trip when life in this pretty, great state gets a tad claustrophobic....

Dining Guide

Dining Guide 2007

Yum’s the Word: City Weekly makes your dining experience a piece of cake!

By Holly Mullen
POSTED // Oct 10,2007 - Each morning as I sail down the 600 South off-ramp into the heart of downtown, I see a billboard that reads “Iggy’s? … Or What’s for Dinner?” It’s a good ad—for Iggy’s or anyone else. Because, and I’m...

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News: A Light Goes Out

Eulogy: Friends mourn and celebrate Scott Reid, a familiar face in Salt Lake City’s club scene.

By Holly Mullen
POSTED // Oct 10,2007 - Eighty-nine’s a hefty number of online condolences by readers of The Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret Morning News obituaries. On Sept. 25, the death notice for a soulful-looking, fauxhawked 24-year-old Scott Richard Reid generated 79 e-mail responses....

News & Columns

Mullen: Fat Chance

By Holly Mullen
POSTED // Oct 10,2007 - Don’t think the irony won’t be lost on me here. You have just picked up City Weekly’s annual Dining Guide. It’s all about food. We even feature a hunky pastry chef on the cover, making it oh-so-tempting to jump right into that...

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News/Media: Out-Foxed

KUTV sports anchor’s legal snarl says something bigger about squishy ethics in sports journalism.

By Holly Mullen
POSTED // Oct 3,2007 - What kind of mindset leads a popular TV sports anchor and radio talk-show host into getting embroiled in a multimillion-dollar mortgage-fraud scheme, perhaps even jeopardizing a 20-year broadcasting career? Look to the KUTV 2 Website for some insight....

News & Columns

Mullen: Anita Break

I still believe Anita Hill.

By Holly Mullen
POSTED // Oct 3,2007 - It’s funny how an image all but ancient now—a whole 16 years ago, after all—still plays out in a flashback fresh as spring. Our City Weekly demographic czars tell me that about 40 percent of our readers are over the age of 40, so I suspect...

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Mullen: Self-Medicating

By Holly Mullen
POSTED // Sep 26,2007 - When Dr. Christopher Gay walked into the exam room the other day, it felt like I ran into an old friend at the homecoming game. This, in spite of the fact that I was anticipating my annual physical, with one of those ridiculous hospital gowns wrapped...

News & Columns

Mullen: The Right to Be Insecure

By Holly Mullen
POSTED // Sep 5,2007 - Four days after starting this job at City Weekly, on April 9, 2007, flowers were delivered to my office. I’ve kept the card that came with them. I tacked it to the bulletin board five feet from my desk. It hangs right at eye level, where I can read...
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