Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Oct 16, 2014
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  • Oct 16-22, 2014
  • Vol. 31, No. 23
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    Critics say Rocky Mountain Power’s coal addiction makes the utility hell-bent on stalling clean energy in Utah
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  • Letters
  • Code Words

    Members of churches can learn many skills in leadership. The problem I have with some local candidates is that they use "dog whistles" in their campaign literature to connect with an LDS audience.
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  • Meet the Morons

    Look past the stereotypes at the people behind City Weekly
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    A robot designed to read and respond to human emotions will be sold at Sprint Corp. stores in the United States by next summer.
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Music

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    Ohio folk-rock band finds inspiration in mundane and mysterious places
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  • Live: Music Picks Oct. 16-22
  • Music Picks
  • Live: Music Picks Oct. 16-22

    Originally the solo project of frontwoman Dee Dee and now a five-piece, New York band Dum Dum Girls started out with a guitar-heavy garage-pop sound. For their latest, Too True, released in January, Dum Dum Girls kept the guitar but jumped into the cool, dark pool of atmospheric '80s-esque pop a la Siouxsie & the Banshees and The Cure.
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