Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Apr 9, 2015
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  • Vol. 31, No. 48
  • Dining & Bar Guide 2015
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  • Bad Cop Database
  • Bad Cop Database

    A high-tech initiative by Utah's defense lawyers seeks to improve police accountability in the legal system
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  • Gender, Rivers & Land
  • Citizen Revolt
  • Gender, Rivers & Land

    If you thought it cool that President Barack Obama slept in a hotel surrounded by hulks of Utah Transit Authority steel during his stay in Salt Lake City, then you should commence a week of civic engagement by learning about the gender wage gap.
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  • Eat It
  • The Ocho
  • Eat It

    8 local restaurants and bars that closed before we could review them
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  • Letters
  • Lake Powell Is Good for Utah

    I know that you are a left-leaning, liberal-biased "independent" newspaper, but your choice to highlight Deadbeat Dams in your Essentials entertainment picks [March 26, City Weekly] shows how far to the left you really lean.
  • No Believing Allowed
  • News Quirks
  • No Believing Allowed

    After a group called the Satanic Temple asked the Orange County (Fla.) School Board for permission to distribute a Satanic coloring book to students, the board voted to ban not only Satanic materials, but also outside Bibles.
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Eat & Drink

  • Dining & Bar Guide 2015
  • Dining
  • Dining & Bar Guide 2015

    In City Weekly's 2015 Dining & Bar Guide, the focus is on food for the soul. We ask local chefs where they go to feed their bellies and nourish their souls.
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Music

  • Folk Hogan
  • Folk Hogan

    Folk Hogan tells the dark story of a fantastical circus in The Show
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Culture

  • The Daguerreotypist
  • Books
  • The Daguerreotypist

    Joe Bauman's The Daguerreotypist turns his discovery of a photo into the story of an early American hero
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