Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | May 2, 2013
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  • May 2-8, 2013
  • Vol. 30, No. 51


  • Letters
  • Splashing With Sorensen

    I am prompted to write to D.P. Sorensen after reading the April 18 letter in City Weekly titled “Stale Satire” by Drew Nelson.
  • Letters
  • Dads Aren’t Visitors

    Isn’t it telling that in an article about father’s rights [“Disposable Dad,” April 25, City Weekly], we still refer to it as “visitation.”
  • Letters
  • Duck Out in a Natural Space

    Recently, I had a profound experience with a mallard. I was walking to school when it stopped doing its duck thing and looked me straight in the face.
  • Letters
  • Dads Get Short End of the Stick

    Divorced dads usually get the burnt end of the stick in the shish kebab of divorce court. But there are other losers in custody issues—the kids ...
  • Badder Business Bureau
  • News Quirks
  • Badder Business Bureau

    Authorities charged David Kitzki with setting fire to his house in Mequon, Wis. Kitzki, who owns his own fire-inspection business, told investigators he put a lit cigarette in a garbage can to see how long it
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