Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jan 27, 2011
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  • Jan 27 - Feb 2, 2011
  • Vol. 27, No. 37

News

  • Partial Credit
  • Partial Credit

    Lawmakers and lobbyists completed mandatory ethics exercises at the last minute—if at all.
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  • Outsourcing Medicaid
  • Outsourcing Medicaid

    Corporations running Medicaid could save the state money—but at what cost to people?
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  • Letters
  • Food Before Firearms

    Each and every day across the country and even here in Utah, many share a feeling of fear and frustration...
  • Letters
  • Holding Out for a Hero

    According to popular Mormon belief, a time is coming when the divinely inspired Constitution, and presumably the fate of the country...
  • Letters
  • Ignorance Is Truly Evil

    I was recently asked, “They say that money is the root of all evil; could they be wrong? Is it possible that religion is the root of all evil?”
  • Rant Control
  • Glock Block

    Rep. Jason Chaffetz’s claim that he will carry a gun in public in Utah after the shooting of Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords...

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Music

  • Slash
  • Slash

    The Depot, Saturday Jan. 29: Slash white-knuckles into the world of horror films.
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  • CWMA DJ Spin-Off
  • CWMA DJ Spin-Off

    The City Weekly Music Awards DJ Spinoff is back bigger and better for a second year in 2011 ...
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  • Little Dragon
  • Little Dragon

    Urban Lounge, Saturday Jan. 29: Little Dragon keeps it playful and soulful.
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