Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jan 19, 2012
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  • Jan 19-25, 2012
  • Vol. 28, No. 36

News

  • Staff Box
  • Election Issues

    What is the biggest issue for you in this year’s presidential election?
  • Letters
  • Male-Dominated Atheism

    I was excited to read “Losing Faith: Finding a New Path Without God," but disappointed to learn that not a single female voice was represented in the article.
  • Letters
  • Good Cheer in 2012

    This is a late Happy New Year to City Weekly, but better late than completely forget about writing.
  • Letters
  • If God Exists, He's Evil

    Derek Carlisle says about atheists: “try having a discussion about beliefs without getting into an argument—true proof that even they have a belief system."
  • Entitlement Programs
  • News Quirks
  • Entitlement Programs

    After an internal review of the metropolitan Washington, D.C., transit authority showed 645 items missing from one branch, investigators found 74 items in the home of a branch employee.
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    An under-the-radar neighborhood joint
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