Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jan 26, 2012
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  • Vol. 28, No. 37

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  • Respect Utah
  • Citizen Revolt
  • Respect Utah

    Politics junkies won't want to miss a Utah County meet-the-candidates night that will host legislators who are running for the U.S. Senate and the governor's seat.
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  • Letters
  • What Would Rich Jesus Do?

    Mitt Romney recently said that all the complaining by Obama and others about wealth inequality and the rich is just petty envy ...
  • Letters
  • Faulty Reasoning

    While it is reasonable—even commendable—for an open-minded atheist to require actual evidence, apparently some purposefully set a bar so high ...
  • Letters
  • Chile Challenge

    As a Salt Lake City native now living in Colorado, I must call your attention to the food writers at Westword, Denver’s alternative weekly newspaper.
  • Letters
  • How Typical

    I must say, if one were to pick a single issue that sums up what City Weekly is about, the Jan. 12, 2012, issue [“Losing Faith”] would be it.
  • Opinion
  • MLK: What You Might Not Know

    So, what is Martin Luther King Day? King was part of the civil-rights movement, gave a speech called “I Have a Dream” and was assassinated. But, of course, there is more. King was key to one of the most momentous times in American history.
  • Shirking-Class Heroes
  • News Quirks
  • Shirking-Class Heroes

    Scott Bennett, 45, published a newspaper obituary for his mother, even though she was still alive. Brookville, Pa., police Chief Ken Dworek said Bennett submitted the bogus notice to The Jeffersonian Democrat
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