Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Apr 23, 2015
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  • Apr 23-29, 2015
  • Vol. 31, No. 50
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  • Gone But Not Forgotten
  • Gone But Not Forgotten

    Utah's first nonprofit homeless hospice will provide a peaceful end to a hard life
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  • Photo Finish
  • Photo Finish

    Conservationists seek rare Utah wolverines and lynx
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  • Police, Politics & Weeds
  • Citizen Revolt
  • Police, Politics & Weeds

    Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker is available to meet with constituents for 10-minute, face-to-face personal meetings. Take some time now before the Aug. 11 primary to tell him what's on your mind.
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  • Letters
  • Drought Shaming

    It has been reported on TV news and in every form of media that we have a dire need this year to conserve water. Yet, on April 15, I saw a local car wash watering the snow in front of its Salt Lake City location—during a snowstorm.
  • Game of Drones
  • News Quirks
  • Game of Drones

    The world's first university licensed to grant doctorate degrees in unmanned systems said its students can learn to fly an unmanned aerial vehicle in less than three weeks.
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Music

  • The Moths
  • The Moths

    Salt Lake City's The Moths breathe life into Necromancy
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  • Live: Music Picks April 23-30
  • Music Picks
  • Live: Music Picks April 23-30

    Dweezil Zappa—son of the legendary eccentric musician Frank Zappa, who died in 1994—is touring with a show that serves as a tribute to his father, called Zappa Plays Zappa, for the 40th anniversary of the album One Size Fits All.
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