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  • Letters
  • Fault the True Culprits

    Mark Alvarez in his opinion piece ["Welcome Home," Nov. 27, City Weekly] stated, "Independent contractor schemes, temporary agencies and various other tactics are used to skirt federal laws prohibiting employment of the undocumented".
  • Fetishes on Parade
  • News Quirks
  • Fetishes on Parade

    Lonnie Hutton, 49, tried to have sex with an automatic teller machine at a bar in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Police officers who found Hutton waist-down naked said that when they took him outside and ordered him to sit at a picnic table ...
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  • Live: Music Picks Jan. 1-7
  • Music Picks
  • Live: Music Picks Jan. 1-7

    Velour is returning to its regularly scheduled programming after a short winter hibernation with one of its most special events of the year: the annual Slumber Party, hosted by Provo indie-rock/folk band Book on Tape Worm.
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