Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Dec 29, 2011
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  • Dec 29, 2011 - Jan 4, 2012
  • Vol. 28, No. 33

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  • Staff Box
  • 2011 News

    What is the most memorable news story of the year?
  • Letters
  • Culture Fail

    Your story about Michael Birkeland was so interesting. I graduated from Alta High in 1999, a year after Brady Heyborne.
  • Letters
  • At Least You’re Not in New Jersey

    This letter is in response to Erika Stutsman’s letter “Stop Forcing Your Beliefs on Us." I am not a Mormon, ex-Mormon, nor future Mormon.
  • Letters
  • Correction: American Dreams

    Editor’s Note: A listing in the Dec. 22 City Weekly incorrectly noted that the Brigham Young University Museum of Art was exhibiting American Dreams.
  • Letters
  • The Tinfoil Hat State

    The Dec. 22 Salt Lake Tribune was quite interesting. First, there was the article about the state legislator who wants to let Utah opt out of daylight saving time.
  • Kisses of Death
  • News Quirks
  • Kisses of Death

    Merlin Holland marked the 111th anniversary of the death of his grandfather, the writer Oscar Wilde, by unveiling Wilde’s renovated tomb, now declared to be kiss-proof. The oft-visited Paris tomb had been closed for repairs because it was “being eaten away by lipstick” caused by “endless women kissing it,” according to actor Rupert Everett, who appeared at the unveiling ceremony. A glass screen now prevents visitors from touching the stonework, although tourists have already started leaving their lipstick marks on a nearby tree. (BBC News)
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