Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jan 10, 2019
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  • Jan 10-16, 2019
  • Vol. 35, No. 33
  • Hobbitville's Last Days

Current tenants evicted, the future of fabled SLC community is now in the hands of probate court.

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News

  • This Poll's for You
  • This Poll's for You

    Utahns have another avenue to vent their liquor frustrations, but it only goes so far.
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  • Clear the Filth
  • Hits & Misses
  • Clear the Filth

    Budget problems persist because of misplaced priorities. More on the LDS church's presence at the Capitol. Plus, we just can't seem to get enough polygamy.
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  • Donnie Boy's Visit with Santa
  • Opinion
  • Donnie Boy's Visit with Santa

    In an unprecedented move to ensure a Happy New Year, Trump denounced Obama's overly restrictive environmental regulations, and assured Americans, "What the last president did was a disgrace.
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Eat & Drink

Music

  • Existing Loudly
  • Existing Loudly

    Talia Keys & The Love look back on a year of growth and forward to living out loud.
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