Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | May 15, 2014
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  • May 15-21, 2014
  • Vol. 31, No. 1

News

  • Disappearing Ink
  • Cover Story
  • Disappearing Ink

    Former journalists say the decline of The Salt Lake Tribune stems from a conspiracy between the paper's corporate owner and the LDS Church
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  • A Toxic Tale
  • Citizen Revolt
  • A Toxic Tale

    This week, you can attend a film screening of Semper Fi, Always Faithful, which explores the cover-up of a water contamination by the military around a Marine Corps base in North Carolina;
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  • Letters
  • True Courage

    I happened to pick up a copy of this week’s City Weekly for the first time in a few months. I was absolutely blown away with the honesty of Ryan Cunningham’s piece [“So Your Brain Wants You Dead,” May 8, City Weekly] and the courage that it took for him to “come out” about his mental illness.
  • Letters
  • Average People Can Save Water

    Although your article concerning water use in Utah [Green Guide, April 17, City Weekly] spoke of the huge amounts we use per capita as opposed to other states, it didn’t offer any details on what the average person can do to reduce their overall usage.
  • Letters
  • Healthy Debate

    It’s wonderful that your paper is aware and following both the Tongan and the legal community’s questioning whether excessive force was used on Siale Angilau, who was shackled at the ankles and, as pointed out by Miss Uluave, “armed” with merely a pen [“Community searches for answers in courtroom shooting of Siale Angilau,” May 8, City Weekly].
  • Unbroken Record
  • News Quirks
  • Unbroken Record

    Before his resignation in February, Rep. Robert E. Andrews, D-N.J., had introduced 646 bills during 23 years in Congress, the most of any lawmaker in that stretch. None became law, however.
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  • Summer Drinks
  • Wine
  • Summer Drinks

    Try your hand at concocting a sweet lineup of warm-weather cocktails
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