Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Feb 13, 2014
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  • Feb 13-19, 2014
  • Vol. 30, No. 40


  • Woman Overboard
  • Woman Overboard

    Controversial director of domestic-violence coalition resigns, but fight over DV treatment and funding continues
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  • Letters
  • And This Affects You ... How?

    It’s a simple, straightforward question asked countless times by me and thousands—if not millions—of other Americans. However, I’ve yet to see a simple, straightforward answer.
  • Letters
  • We Don’t Deserve to Host the Olympics

    No Olympics in Utah again until LGBTs, women, racial minorities and the non-Nazi-pseudo-religious here are no longer denied their full inalienable fundamental and equal rights.
  • Letters
  • More Public Transit = Less Bad Air

    It seems to me that a quick solution to air quality in Salt Lake City would be to reduce all monthly Utah Transit Authority fares to about $30 per month or less.
  • Letters
  • Strategic Missionaries

    Ted Ottinger begins his letter [“Belittling Beliefs,” Jan. 23, City Weekly] by casually informing readers of rumors that Mormons are “leaving the church in droves.”
  • Opinion
  • Mine Eyes Have Seen

    My grandmother can taste the past, having heard firsthand accounts of our family’s Mormon pioneer ancestry from her elders. With sharp features and deep-set eyes, equal parts kind and blunt, she is our matriarch.

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