Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Oct 31, 2013
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  • Vol. 30, No. 25

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  • Citizen Revolt
  • Rally, Vote, Organize

    Guv’ment, big or small, can oftentimes be a frustrating and dysfunctional mess. But it’s only as frustrating and dysfunctional as the people who are elected to run it, so this election, choose carefully. This weekend, you can also attend a rally and candlelight vigil for a young woman killed by West Valley City Police in 2012. Later in the week, attend the fall fundraiser for environmental advocates HEAL Utah and learn more about efforts to lobby leaders to scrub the gunk out of Utah’s dirty air.
  • When Gerbils on Treadmills Aren't Enough
  • News Quirks
  • When Gerbils on Treadmills Aren't Enough

    Retired ExxonMobil vice president Ben Markham has figured out how to provide electricity to remote parts of Africa by harnessing children’s youthful energy. Markham, who runs the renewable-energy nonprofit Empower Playgrounds,
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