Radical Mormon Jihad

Before Ron and Dan Lafferty killed in the name of religious extremism, they were political rebels whose views are echoed in the mainstream today

Blood Brothers

Thirty years after the infamous Utah County murders, Dan and Ron Lafferty reveal the complex threads of faith and family that formed their fundamentalist beliefs

Bar Guide 2014

The where, when and why to drink in Salt Lake City & Northern Utah

Broken Wings

Michael Coots was almost a suicide statistic. Now he’s fighting to shed light on the demoralizing culture of Hill Air Force Base
What stopped Michael Coots that Saturday in September 2012 from going home and putting a gun in his mouth was that he could not remember where he lived.

Wild Utah

The fight over lands in Southern Utah is shaping up to be the next Sagebrush Rebellion
At a May 10 rally in Centennial Park in the Southern Utah town of Blanding, Steve Curry—a Vietnam veteran from Montrose, Colo.—took to the podium on behalf of the Citizens Action Network. “We took Nevada back, and now we are here to take back Utah,” he said.

Gone to Pot

A journey across the border to Colorado's weed wonderland
Utah’s border towns are stocked with vice. For kegs of beer and hard-core pornography, head east to Evanston, Wyo. When the Idaho State Lottery’s payout balloons, the Gem State sees an influx of day-tripping Utahns.

Neon Trees

The Provo mega-band talks coming home - and frontman Tyler Glenn's coming out
At Neon Trees’ sold-out June 16 show at The Complex in downtown Salt Lake City, frontman Tyler Glenn drew every eye to him, and not just because of his multiple costumes—although the ensemble of yellow suit, yellow-rimmed shades

Invisible River

Paddling through the myth and murk to find the heart of Utah's Jordan River
“Don’t they find dead bodies in that river?” This is the most common question I was asked after telling people I planned to kayak the Jordan River.

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    • The muslim faith is is insulting to the collective intelligence of humanity, as is mormonism.

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