Lindsay Fenton: Green Guide. Duh. Don’t forget to reserve your space by April 30. Call me.
Scott Renshaw: Guess we missed our opportunity for an April 15 tax-themed spectacular. Mad Tea Party-ers! Best earmarks! The myths of “who pays more taxes”! Maybe next year ...
Jesse Fruhwirth: How about an exposé—stop me if you’ve heard this before—on Davis County legislators caught driving drunk or having sexy encounters with a teenager.
Paula Saltas: A Cinco de Mayo issue, entirely in Spanish.
Bill Frost: An issue where John pastes the whole thing up by hand, solo, just like the good ol’ days.
John Paul Brophy: A week without controversial choices would be good ...
Nick Clark: A third killer issue. Duh.
Ted Scheffler: Here’s an idea with legs: The Sex & Food Issue. As Dining Editor, I’ll have to do the research.
Lia Pretorious: Breaking news! City Weekly publishes the findings of lie detector tests administered to all Utah senators and representatives. Results not shocking.
Josh Loftin: The Pizza Issue, complete with a scratch-and-sniff cover and paper that can be mixed with water and salt, rolled flat, and baked crisp.
Anna Sullivan: I can’t wait for the Mother’s Day Issue. It’s all I’m getting for my Mom, so it better be superb.
Rachel Hanson: The Hipster Issue. It’s a really obscure thing we do every year; you probably haven’t heard about it.
Jerre Wroble: How about this week’s cover feature on gambling in Utah? Randy Harward takes a look at Utah’s poker scene—why some love it, why some hate it, and why someone with a badge could be stopping by your private poker party.
Larry Carter: We could borrow the approach of another weekly paper and use sexy covers to sell the paper. How about Tiger Woods and two porn stars Jell-O wrestling?