Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jul 26, 2007
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  • Jul 26 - Aug 1, 2007
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News

  • The Ocho

    Eight ways to tell that KSL Newsradio’s Nightside Project is really catching on with “the kids”: 8. The show’s attracting hot ’n’ hunky guest hosts like A.G. Mark Shurtleff and Congressman Chris Cannon 7. Nightside’s...
  • Missionary Position
  • Missionary Position

    William Chapman Retired, former financial adviser, U.S. Diplomatic Corps Is withholding information from missionaries detrimental to their health & safety? To remain spiritually pure, our brothers and sisters are not allowed to watch television,...
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  • Lake Effect: Grazie, Glatze

    In all his whimsical posturing, Michael Glatze has managed to confound benighted homophobes throughout the Christian right. Glatze claims he was a gay-rights “leader” because he once edited some obscure magazine targeting queer youth. But...
  • 5 Spot

    U of U political science professor Luke Garrott is running for Salt Lake City’s District 4 council seat against Brian Doughty, Carol Goode, Jack Gray and (incumbent) Nancy Saxton. He is also the nephew of a good friend of mine. We touched base with...
  • Private Eye: You Gotta Be

    n n n Staffbox Salt Lake City’s water was recently named the nation’s best. And … ? Doug Kruithof: Best saltwater? Derek Jones: … and the scarcest...
  • Document This

    Before lawmakers mete out punishment to illegal immigrants they need to look at the whole Utah economy.
  • Fear Not

    Gather round, children. You shall hear a story from a bygone era—1936. It was a moment when the majority of Utahns bucked their Republican DNA and practiced their free agency, so to speak. In spite of their church leaders’ stern directive...
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  • Newsquirks

    Curses, Foiled Again Two managers interrupted a burglar at a restaurant in Wilmington, Del., who stayed on the scene too long because he needed to find safecracking instructions. Police arrested Branden M. Tingey, 28, whom they said was using an office...
  • Free Will Astrology
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  • Free Will Astrology

    ARIES (March 21-April 19) Writing in Poetry Flash, critic Rusty Morrison speculates that “the sublime can only be glimpsed by pressing through fear’s boundary, beyond one’s previous conceptions of the beautiful.” That’s...
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  • Ask a Mexican
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  • Ask a Mexican

    Dear Readers: You love us, you really love us! Mere moments after publishing my July 12 column (in which Know Nothings had their say on the failed Senate amnesty bill), ustedes bombarded the Mexican with letters expressing your disgust toward those pendejos....
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  • Front and Center
  • Front and Center

    St. Vincent’s Annie Clark is no longer a bit player in someone else’s band.
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  • Business Casual
  • Business Casual

    Metal duo Big Business are serious about not taking their job too seriously.
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