Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Aug 7, 2014
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  • Aug 7-13, 2014
  • Vol. 31, No. 13
  • My Rule Is Law

News

  • Active Outdoors Activism
  • Citizen Revolt
  • Active Outdoors Activism

    Activists helped halt construction at the site of what could become Utah's first tar-sands strip mine, and now, Peaceful Uprising is extending an invitation for people to come out to the wilderness next to the mine site and take part in hands-on training for running campaigns for social change.
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  • Dummy Prize
  • News Quirks
  • Dummy Prize

    Satellite photos revealed that Iran is building a nonworking model of a U.S. nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, which intelligence officials believe is intended to be blown up for propaganda purposes.
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Eat & Drink

  • Rosé Redux
  • Drink
  • Rosé Redux

    Underrated pink wine has the best of both worlds at easy-to-afford prices
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Music

  • Local Natives
  • Local Natives

    After releasing melancholy album, L.A. indie-rock band is starting a new chapter
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  • OK Go
  • OK Go

    L.A. rock band redefines what musicians are supposed to be
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  • Live: Music Picks Aug. 7-13
  • Music Picks
  • Live: Music Picks Aug. 7-13

    There's an episode of Parks & Recreation where the parks department is brainstorming ideas for a new mural, and April comes up with a freaky project involving a guy running in a hamster wheel while screaming and eating raw beef; rats made out of garbage; and looped video of knee surgeries.
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Culture

  • Essentials: Entertainment Picks Aug. 7-13
  • Entertainment Picks
  • Essentials: Entertainment Picks Aug. 7-13

    The designs of Nolan Baumgartner's ceramics (pictured) embody an unconventional aesthetic. Instead of colorful glazes common to Southwestern-style vessels, he uses a Middle Eastern influence—stripes and dark polka dots, arranged with a compositional precision—which is then subjected to the physical changes of being fired in the soda kiln.
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