Rich Kane
Rich Kane

Rich Kane

"I love writing revealing stories that peel away Utah's stereotypes," Kane, a City Weekly contributor since 2018, who earned his stripes at OC Weekly, says.

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  • Gurl, Bye?
  • Gurl, Bye?

    Tulsi Gabbard addresses alleged media blackout and other ‘big challenges’ during SLC stop.
      The Hawaii congresswoman made four campaign stops in Utah over the weekend as part of her run to become the Democratic nominee for president.
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  • 'You Can’t Serve Jesus and Be a Racist'
  • 'You Can’t Serve Jesus and Be a Racist'

    Colorful characters abound during Week 4 of the Legislature.
      As the legislature revs up to its March 12 conclusion, characters, moments and oh, yeah, controversial bills—like the proposed repeal of Prop 4—are sure to enter overdrive.
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  • Double Take
  • Double Take

    Sweet jams, rainbow merch and Pete Buttigieg’s excellent oration skills were on display during the presidential hopeful's SLC visit.
      While the crowd waited and waited for Buttigieg to show (note to those new to politics that aren’t made-for-TV: these things NEVER start on time), they heard tunes with titles perfectly curated for his campaign stop.
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  • Bills, Bills, Bills, Make a Citizen Go Crazy
  • Bills, Bills, Bills, Make a Citizen Go Crazy

    Fetuses, Romney and porn all got their day in the sun during Week 3 of the Legislature.
      Week 3 of the Utah lege sesh is over, with some of 2020’s sexier bills making moves like Lizzo.
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  • Of Dogs and Men
  • Of Dogs and Men

    Bark is worse than legislators’ bite during the general session’s second week.
      Well-intentions, all, but none of it will likely lure back the Outdoor Retailer show.
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  • Sex Lake City
  • Sex Lake City

    All across Utah, people are celebrating sex positivity and getting an education—as well as their kink on.
      On a quiet street inside an undisclosed house, a group of Mormon men are about to get naked and have sex with one another.
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  • LDS Confessions
  • LDS Confessions

    A new Facebook page has been getting a lot of attention by people who want to share their often-horrific church stories.
      How many do you think just wanted to block those experiences out? But now they have a way to tell their story to people.
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  • Dying and Living  in Utah
  • Dying and Living in Utah

    Death is a topic most avoid talking or thinking about. But some locals are trying to change that.
      When she was diagnosed with terminal cancer at age 84, she decided against chemotherapy, which could have extended her life but would have left her feeling miserable—a cure perhaps worse than the disease.
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  • Condiments with a Side of Condoms
  • Condiments with a Side of Condoms

    Braxton Dutson wants to achieve one thing: immortality.
      The clock is ticking. He grabs a 16-ounce plastic bottle of yellow WinCo mustard, throws his head back, opens his mouth wide and makes like a human shot glass, chugging the thick condiment down as fast as he can, his Adam's apple rolling with each gulp.
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  • House Hunting
  • House Hunting

    The five most expensive houses in Utah all have one thing in common: dead animals.
      Apparently there's an unwritten law among Utah's uber-rich that if you own a house worth zillions, then you absolutely must have the head of a dead animal mounted on one of your walls.
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Gurl, Bye? Gurl, Bye? Tulsi Gabbard addresses alleged media blackout and other ‘big challenges’ during SLC stop. February 24, 2020
'You Can’t Serve Jesus and Be a Racist' 'You Can’t Serve Jesus and Be a Racist' Colorful characters abound during Week 4 of the Legislature. February 22, 2020
Sex Lake City Sex Lake City All across Utah, people are celebrating sex positivity and getting an education—as well as their kink on. February 13, 2019

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