Peter Holslin
Peter Holslin

Peter Holslin

Holslin is City Weekly's staff writer. His work has appeared in outlets including Vice and Rolling Stone. Got a tip? Drop him a line.

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  • Rebel Spirits
  • Rebel Spirits

    A Facebook group draws a bullseye on the DABC while calling for alcohol reforms.
      Under the sobering lights of a State Office Building auditorium at the Utah Capitol in October, Rep. Timothy Hawkes, R-Centreville, likened the state's alcohol policy to a game of Jenga.
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  • The Journey of Becoming You
  • The Journey of Becoming You

    How 'gender-affirming' philosophy and multidisciplinary care at the University of Utah's Transgender Health Program helps patients feel whole.
      >Surgical procedures to help peoples' bodies align with their gender identities have been around since the early 20th century.
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  • Say Their Names
  • Say Their Names

    Transgender Day of Remembrance ceremony in the Capitol honors victims of transphobic violence.
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  • Bad Banners
  • Bad Banners

    A year after the city launched a poll to reboot its flag, Salt Lakers are still waiting for a tattoo-worthy design.
      Air quality. Homelessness. The inland port. These are all pressing issues Salt Lake City Mayor-elect Erin Mendenhall will be tackling as she takes over Jackie Biskupski's seat in January.
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  • Curtains Closing
  • Curtains Closing

    City councilmembers deliberate over the fate of the historic downtown Utah Theater.
      The city bought the property in 2010 with hopes of renovating it as a film and media center.
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  • Iced Out?
  • Iced Out?

    Homeless advocates and activists call for The Road Home to stay open through the winter months.
      Coats, blankets and boots were laid in rows and piles, ready for anyone to pick up and try on. Protesters from half a dozen community groups served hot chocolate and homemade snacks.
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  • Luz Escamilla: ‘This Race Isn’t Over yet’
  • Luz Escamilla: ‘This Race Isn’t Over yet’

    Salt Lake mayoral hopeful Erin Mendenhall holds the lead following Tuesday’s preliminary results.
      Salt Lake City has a new mayor. Just who it is though isn’t yet official.
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  • Summer of Discontent
  • Summer of Discontent

    Activists are facing criminal charges for a massive protest against the inland port. Will the opposition back down?
      A messy protest against the state's inland port this summer triggered a series of legal repercussions, including felony riot charges.
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  • For Our Ancestors
  • For Our Ancestors

    Mayor Biskupski honors the Mexican Day of the Dead with folkloric dancing in City Hall.
      “Thank you to all of you who celebrate Día de los Muertos and share this beautiful tradition with our community,” Biskupski said.
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  • Through the Looking Glass
  • Through the Looking Glass

    Local witches discuss an occult practice related to Latter-day Saint history.
      On a brisk autumn afternoon, sitting under a birch tree on the wooden patio of his magic shop in Taylorsville, Michael Ingleby holds communion with his unconscious mind.
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