Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Feb 12, 2015
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  • Feb 12-18, 2015
  • Vol. 31, No. 40
  • Best of Utah Music 2015
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  • Slippery Slopes
  • Slippery Slopes

    Canyon conservationists have to give a little to get a little
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  • A Healthy Stand
  • Citizen Revolt
  • A Healthy Stand

    Republican lawmakers are toying with the idea of convening a joint caucus session (closed to the public) between Senate and House members to candidly discuss Gov. Gary Herbert's plan to provide health care to the state's low-income residents.
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  • Letters
  • The Whole UTA Story

    I would like to clarify some things written about Utah Transit Authority by City Weekly's Katharine Biele in her recent Hits & Misses ["Grueling World Travel," Feb. 5].
  • Next Step: Tomacco
  • News Quirks
  • Next Step: Tomacco

    SuperNaturals Grafted Vegetables introduced seeds for "Ketchup'n'Fries," a hybrid plant consisting of thin-skinned white potatoes attached to a vine of red cherry tomatoes, aimed at home gardeners with limited growing space.
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Music

  • Cursive
  • Cursive

    Cursive celebrates unexpectedly successful cult-favorite album The Ugly Organ
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  • Live: Music Picks Feb. 12-18
  • Music Picks
  • Live: Music Picks Feb. 12-18

    Los Angeles native Ariel Pink is a musician people tend either to love or hate. Whether he's dissing Madonna or saying he loves the Westboro Baptist Church, he has garnered a reputation for being a weirdo who says weird shit ...
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