Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Mar 13, 2014
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  • Mar 13-19, 2014
  • Vol. 30, No. 44

News

  • Heavy Metal
  • Heavy Metal

    Recycling company's chemical emissions run afoul of zoning laws but not air-quality regulations
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  • Rock the Caucus

    Salt Lake County parties look to bring out the numbers for Utah's last pure caucus night
  • Run, Organize & Vote
  • Citizen Revolt
  • Run, Organize & Vote

    With the Legislature wrapping up, most Utahns might be burned-out on politics, but now—more than ever—is the time to plan for your political future. This weekend, women are encouraged to attend a free half-day Real Women Run
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  • Staff Box
  • In This Corner...

    If you could substitute politicians for roosters, who would you like to see in a legislative “cockfight”?
  • Letters
  • Waste Not

    Food waste in Salt Lake City and all cities within the United States makes up 21 percent of waste entering landfills [“Wasteland,” Nov. 28, 2013, City Weekly]. Social media is a prominent factor in our everyday lives, so why not use this ability to connect with each other to redistribute food waste?
  • Letters
  • Spend on Teachers, Not Tech

    I could not disagree more with Speaker of the House Becky Lockhart’s proposal to provide a personal electronic device to every Utah student [“Tech Heaven,” Feb. 27, City Weekly].

Eat & Drink

Music

  • Cory Mon
  • Cory Mon

    After losing his musical footing, Cory Mon returns with solo album
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Culture

  • Swan Lake
  • Get Out
  • Swan Lake

    Take the unique opportunity to observe a magnificent spring migration.
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