Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Mar 12, 2015
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  • Mar 12-18, 2015
  • Vol. 31, No. 44
  • Jeremy Johnson's Two Faces
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  • Poetic Justice
  • Poetic Justice

    Activist writer sheds light on domestic violence in Utah's Latino community
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  • Dog Days in the Desert
  • Citizen Revolt
  • Dog Days in the Desert

    The pageantry and politics of the Utah Legislative session come to a close on March 12, and if you didn't have the chance to observe and participate in this process, you can still hike up the hill to see how the dust settles.
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  • Letters
  • Where's the Ska?

    I'm wondering why City Weekly has not included any ska or reggae in its Best of Utah Music categories ["Best of Utah Music 2015 Preview," Feb. 15].
  • Hot Pants
  • News Quirks
  • Hot Pants

    Michael Bain, the principal of a New Zealand elementary school, was serving as the starter for a swim meet in Havelock North when his shorts burst into flames.
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Eat & Drink


  • Enslaved
  • Enslaved

    Chameleonic metal outfit Enslaved prove the lasting power of teenage kicks
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