Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jul 4, 2019
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  • Vol. 36, No. 6
  • We Predict A Riot

Inside one grassroots group’s fight to stop the inland port.

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News

  • Final Chapter
  • Final Chapter

    Iconic downtown bookshop Eborn Books shutters.
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  • Citizen Revolt: July 4
  • Citizen Revolt
  • Citizen Revolt: July 4

    Hear from the mayoral candidates on is sues within the Muslim community. Learn about Utah's recent record number of officer-involved shootings. Plus, join a town hall to discuss the recent wave of social movements.
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  • Trump's Golf Caddy Tells All
  • Opinion
  • Trump's Golf Caddy Tells All

    "As his golf caddie, I've been privy to some of Trump's deepest thoughts. Indeed, he has shared some remarkable off-the-record remarks.
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Music

  • Dinner & a Show
  • Dinner & a Show

    A few local spots where you can sit back, relax and enjoy the music.
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