Cover Story, Sept. 15, "Best of Utah Arts 2016"
Great choice with April Fossen and Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike! Michael Nielsen
Letters, social media comments and other feedback from City Weekly readers
What a fantastic job Katherine Pioli did writing her attempt at the Highline Trail.
Even if it is a little slurred
Loving and liking on State Street
Loved your issue about the history and diversity on SLC's State Street.
Not a single Latin American country sees Mexico as a big brother.
Cover Story, Aug. 4, "Click Mates" Treasure house of real, right, relevant.
Cover story, July 28, "Motos in Moab"
Love it! Red Olive
Cover story, July 21, "Holy Spirits"
Ha that's chill. Jean Offret
Cover story, July 14, "I Will Be Mrs. Utah 2016"
These may very well be intelligent women, but I still believe pageants feed into portraying women as a commodity. Imagine having men on stage, dressed up in suits and swimwear and then being judged?
Cover story: "Money To Burn," July 7
Not only is Jensen and Scott taking advantage of taxpayers, what about all of the other Chief Officers who are Double Dipping. They retire, then get rehired at a large salary, all the while collecting their retirement pay from the department.
Fanning the flames
If [UFA Fire Chief] Michael Jensen (and his cronies) worked for a private or public company, they would already be gone and likely charged with fraud ["Money to Burn," July 7, City Weekly]. They should be required to reimburse the taxpayers for their "side work pay" and they should be fired.
Counting casualties & Laughing out loud
If I could, I would like to give more information on the letter about the warring of the Demublicans [Letters, "A message for everyone," June 30, City Weekly]. Pakistan and Yemen are only two of the countries being droned.
Mormon power, A message for everyone and Society in decline
In the just completed 2016 Utah legislative session: The frequent worst air in the nation was not even addressed. No teeth were added to the State's weak hate-crime law Health care was denied to a hundred-thousand poor residents.
Make City Weekly Great Again
I have been an avid fan of City Weekly for many years. But today, when I read through your June 16 edition, I came across the following: 1.