Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Oct 23, 2014
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  • Oct 23-29, 2014
  • Vol. 31, No. 24
  • Death Becomes Her

News

  • Middle Man
  • Middle Man

    Doug Owens hopes to follow in father's footsteps as a moderate Dem in Congress
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  • Letters
  • Myths From the Inside

    At age 42, for the first time in my life, I am in prison, and I've discovered 10 common prison myths:
  • What, Too Soon?
  • News Quirks
  • What, Too Soon?

    The National Football League's Jacksonville Jaguars apologized after team mascot Jaxson de Ville mocked the Pittsburgh Steelers during their game by holding a Steelers signature yellow "Terrible Towels" next to a sign that read "TOWELS CARRY EBOLA."
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Eat & Drink

Music

  • Live: Music Picks Oct. 23-29
  • Music Picks
  • Live: Music Picks Oct. 23-29

    Like its namesake in San Francisco, filled with antique coin-operated arcade machines that click, clack, ding, ping and bang, Portland, Ore., five-piece Musée Mécanique make music that is alive with many of the same noises.
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