Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Sep 11, 2014
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  • Sep 11-17, 2014
  • Vol. 31, No. 18
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News

  • Unhappy Campers
  • Unhappy Campers

    Campground timeshare tries to halt financial collapse
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  • Letters
  • Booze Trains Are Better Than Booze Cars

    I read a City Weekly letter titled "Booze Train" [Aug. 28] that both angered and saddened me. The letter was written by a Mr. Douglas Cotant who was so offended by the "loud talking" of some mildly inebriated passengers that he threatened to write a letter to the governor asking that "UTA be shut down for allowing patrons who use alcoholic beverages to ride the trains."
  • Pants on Fire
  • News Quirks
  • Pants on Fire

    White bus driver Rickey Wagoner, 49, reported that three black men attacked and shot him in Dayton, Ohio, but he was miraculously spared when an inch-thick book of Bible verses in his pocket deflected the bullets.
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Eat & Drink

Music

  • The Souvenirs
  • The Souvenirs

    Local country trio build on past projects for a richer future
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Culture

  • Geek Tours
  • Travel
  • Geek Tours

    Indulge your inner fangirl—or boy—with these nerdy travel destinations
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