Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Nov 14, 2013
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  • Vol. 30, No. 27

News

  • Frack Authority
  • Citizen Revolt
  • Frack Authority

    This week, you can drop in for a free screening of Gasland Part II, which looks at the dangers of natural-gas fracking and how energy companies have fracked the democratic process.
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  • Letters
  • Circus of Misery

    On my way to work, I ordered a coffee at my favorite place, and while waiting in line I picked up the City Weekly. I noticed that the City Weekly Outdoor Recreation Guide
  • Letters
  • Should've Read the Book

    MaryAnn, Curious: Do you often start an argument by saying that you haven’t invested time in researching the subject (the book) [“Bully Pulpit,” Oct. 31, City Weekly]?
  • Letters
  • No Help for Employed Homeless

    In August, my two teenagers and I were evicted from our apartment. The reason? We were one month behind on our rent after my ex-husband was killed in March 2013, and Social Security
  • News Quirks
  • Firebuggery

    The Army acknowledged that it caused a wildfire outside Fairbanks, Alaska, that forced the evacuation of 1,200 people, scorched some 80,000 acres and cost $5.5 million to suppress by conducting artillery training
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  • Minx

    SLC electro-pop duo wants to blast your eyeballs and eardrums
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