Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jul 31, 2014
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  • Jul 31 - Aug 6, 2014
  • Vol. 31, No. 12
  • Radical Mormon Jihad

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  • Radical Mormon Jihad
  • Cover Story
  • Radical Mormon Jihad

    Before Ron and Dan Lafferty killed in the name of religious extremism, they were political rebels whose views are echoed in the mainstream today
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  • Stitch by Stitch
  • Stitch by Stitch

    School-board candidate Melissa Ford emphasizes that simple acts can lead to big changes
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  • Revolving Door
  • Revolving Door

    Salt Lake County's sped-up justice system is fueling recidivism, early reports show
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  • Communities of Resistance
  • Citizen Revolt
  • Communities of Resistance

    This week, activists will be hosting a crash course on how you can know your rights when dealing with police and even federal prosecutors looking to hammer you with a grand jury—like the one that put Utah animal-rights activist Jordan Halliday behind bars for 10 months because he wouldn't reveal information about other activists.
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  • Speed Kills Meaning
  • News Quirks
  • Speed Kills Meaning

    Speed-reading apps thwart comprehension, according to researchers at the University of California at San Diego. Their study found that by converting text to a fast-moving sequence of individual words and phrases, the apps deny readers the opportunity to "regress," or go back and reread a word or sentence.
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Music

  • Live: Music Picks July 31-Aug. 6
  • Music Picks
  • Live: Music Picks July 31-Aug. 6

    The five members of Grizfolk succeeded in joining their various musical influences to create a style all their own after migrating west from locales as disparate as Stockholm and New Orleans, only to end up together in Los Angeles.
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