Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jun 19, 2014
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  • Jun 19-25, 2014
  • Vol. 31, No. 6


  • Fund Willy
  • Fund Willy

    A scholarship for the children of incarcerated parents struggles to gain traction with inmates and the prison.
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  • Staff Box
  • Time Warp

    What would you tell your 17-year-old self if you had the chance?
  • Letters
  • Keep Moving Forward, Utah

    I’ve lived in Utah for almost 50 years. During my presence, much has changed and moved forward, though there are still areas of potential growth and acceptance.
  • Letters
  • Get Over Gay Marriage

    I beseech the State of Utah to cease any and all appeals relating to Judge Robert Shelby’s decision striking down Amendment 3, Utah’s ban on same-sex marriage.

Eat & Drink


  • The Antlers, First Aid Kit
  • CD Reviews
  • The Antlers, First Aid Kit

    If First Aid Kit’s new album, Stay Gold, is any indication, the duo certainly have a clear direction. The country-inspired pop of First Aid Kit—comprised of sisters Johanna and Klara Söderberg
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  • Live: Music Picks June 19-25
  • Music Picks
  • Live: Music Picks June 19-25

    It’s not a surprise that local singer-songwriter John Allred has been creating and performing music for 10 years. Allred’s pure voice and ability to write a great heart-on-his-sleeve pop song makes his music universally
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