Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Feb 7, 2013
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  • Feb 7-13, 2013
  • Vol. 29, No. 39

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  • Keeping Fingers Crossed

    After reading Ted Scheffler’s review of Feldman’s Deli [“Soul Food,” Jan. 3, City Weekly], a smile came to my face. I couldn’t wait to dive into a bowl of matzo-ball soup along with a corned beef on caraway rye.
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  • Does God Have Bedroom Eyes?

    Most of the religions based mainly on the Old Testament—including Judaism, Christianity and Islam—have taboos regarding sex.
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  • Health Care Is Infrastructure

    Whether Americans have a right to health care is the wrong question [“Who Deserves Health Care?” Jan. 31, City Weekly]. We do not ask whether we have a right to asphalt, yet we pave roads all over the nation ...
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  • High-Fi

    Boeing engineers used sacks of potatoes to solve the problem of spotty signals with in-flight Wi-Fi. The tubers stood in for human passengers because their water content and chemistry absorb and reflect radio-wave signals
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