Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Apr 2, 2015
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  • Vol. 31, No. 47
  • Rules of Engagement
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  • Rules of Engagement
  • Cover Story
  • Rules of Engagement

    A devout Mormon and an evangelical street preacher exchange words near Temple Square. Next thing you know, they're dining together on roadkill
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  • Mountain of Money
  • Mountain of Money

    The Mountain Accord planning process comes with a high price tag
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  • All Nighter
  • All Nighter

    Salt Lake City Main Library hopes proposed 24-hour service will benefit more than just the homeless
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  • Sunning the President
  • Citizen Revolt
  • Sunning the President

    Utah's never-ending warm weather is a shoe-in to keep giving up sunshine right into summer. So, in addition to rubbing a little sunscreen on your nose before a hike, think of giving a bottle to the homeless.
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  • Letters
  • Beware the Backlash

    Since the wave of marriage-equality success across the nation, we have begun to see a backlash. A backlash occurs when a political bloc ...
  • Teach Tolerance
  • Opinion
  • Teach Tolerance

    It's healthy and good for students to see that multiple viewpoints can exist in the same space
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Eat & Drink

  • Epic Brewing
  • Beer
  • Epic Brewing

    Epic, Ballast Point Brewing & Aztec Brewing have surprises in store for Utah
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Music

  • Yonatan Gat
  • Yonatan Gat

    Yonatan Gat's wanderlust-fueled music is inspired by the present moment
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  • Live: Music Picks April 2-8
  • Music Picks
  • Live: Music Picks April 2-8

    Making Tracks Home, the title of the new album released in March by Colorado folk-rock duo Taarka, becomes all the more meaningful once you learn that it was inspired by their home being destroyed in a flood in 2013.
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