Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jun 12, 2014
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  • Vol. 31, No. 5

News

  • Taking on the Boss
  • Taking on the Boss

    Some of the same forces that swept Sim Gill into the DA’s office are working to damn his re-election bid
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  • The Art of Giving Back
  • Citizen Revolt
  • The Art of Giving Back

    Being an engaged citizen doesn’t mean following a formula; it’s about getting involved in what you’re passionate about and paying attention to what affects you and your community.
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  • Letters
  • Obama Should Protect Canyonlands

    President Obama recently gifted the American people with another new national monument: the spectacular Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks area in southern New Mexico. In 2013, Obama similarly protected the 224,000-acre Rio Grande Del Norte area in the northern part of the state.
  • Drinking-Class Zero
  • News Quirks
  • Drinking-Class Zero

    Following a night of drinking, Wendy Simpson, 25, walked to a McDonald’s restaurant in West Yorkshire, England, where she was told that the counter was closed and only the drive-through was open but that she couldn’t be served
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  • Lawn Order
  • News Quirks
  • Lawn Order

    After covering the yard of her home in Kansas City, Mo., with 80 tons of sand, Georgianna Reid explained, “Now being over 60, I’ve decided that I’ve owned the house for 33 years and that I wasn’t going to mow anymore or water.”
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Eat & Drink

  • PB&J Time
  • Wine
  • PB&J Time

    Tracking down a classic peanut butter & jelly sandwich in Salt Lake City
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Music

Culture

  • Summer Guide 2014
  • Summer Guide
  • Summer Guide 2014

    Maybe summertime isn’t quite the wild expanse of freedom that it was when you were a kid, but when you’re standing in June looking at the summer stretching before you, it can still seem endless.
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