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  • City Weekly Takes Honors
  • City Weekly Takes Honors

    Alt-weekly wins three Top of the Rockies regional awards.
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  • Horse Attitudes
  • Horse Attitudes

    Odysseo by Cavalia opens in Sandy, reminds us why we love horses.
  • The Zika Buzz
  • The Zika Buzz

    Entomologist Ary Faraji talks about whether the Zika virus poses a threat to Utahns.
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  • A chat with Ary Faraji
  • A chat with Ary Faraji

    Ary Faraji is an entomologist who, for 18 years, has studied mosquitoes and the diseases that they transmit.
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  • A chat with Molle Klein, aka Mustard Molle
  • A chat with Molle Klein, aka Mustard Molle

    Iconic Weinermobile slated to grace Salt Lake City streets
      Coming to town to plant a subconscious street-meat craving is Molle Klein, aka Mustard Molle, and her sidekick, Ketchup Kelly. You'll spot them downtown Jan. 18-25 driving the 27-foot-long hot dog on wheels known as the Wienermobile. It's a long tradition, with the first Oscar Mayer hot-dog vehicle making an appearance in 1936.
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  • Enrique Limón
  • Enrique Limón

    Meet City Weekly's New Managing Editor
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  • Utah Symphony violinist David Porter
  • Utah Symphony violinist David Porter

    Symphony musicians are getting some club gigs.
      David Porter helped create Musicians of the Utah Symphony, a group of 10 musicians who are kicking off the After Dark Series on Friday, Dec. 11, at 9 p.m. at Under Current bar.
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  • Edward Snowden, Deep Throat and the NSA
  • Edward Snowden, Deep Throat and the NSA

    Park City Institute's Teri Orr discusses Snowden's streamed appearance.
      "I came into that experience neutral and left feeling I needed to understand more about the National Security Agency and how whistleblowers are treated," she writes in an email. "The entire freedom-of-the-press issue hit me in the gut. And I understand in a new way, nothing electronic is private, anymore."
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