Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | May 21, 2015
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  • May 21-27, 2015
  • Vol. 32, No. 2
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  • Growing Pains
  • Growing Pains

    A real-estate deal threatens the end of an era for Pierpont Avenue tenants
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  • Letters
  • Mike Noel's Resistance to Reason

    I enjoyed Colby Frazier's cover story about state Rep. Mike Noel, R-Kanab ["The Herd Bull of the House," May 14, City Weekly]. I attended the Great Public Lands Gamble Rally at the Capitol in January 2015, at which Noel audaciously stepped up to the microphone to attempt a refutation (the gospel according to St. Mike) of the "lies" being perpetrated by the proponents of public lands.
  • What Could Go Wrong?
  • News Quirks
  • What Could Go Wrong?

    After the Rubbin' Buttz BBQ in Milliken, Colo., announced that the restaurant would celebrate White Appreciation Day on June 11 by offering white customers a 10 percent discount, co-owners Edgar Antillon and Miguel Jiminez began receiving threats, including one bomb scare.
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Eat & Drink

Music

  • Live: Music Picks May 21-27
  • Music Picks
  • Live: Music Picks May 21-27

    The original lineup of The English Beat (known simply as The Beat outside the U.S. and Australia), a ska revivalist band from Birmingham, England, was only together for five years.
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Culture

  • Essentials: Entertainment Picks May 21-27
  • Entertainment Picks
  • Essentials: Entertainment Picks May 21-27

    For 14 years, Wasatch Theatre Co. has provided one of Utah's most reliable showcases for new work by new playwrights with its annual Page-to-Stage Festival. For the most part, the works produced are the same ones presented to the company for consideration. But in an effort to shake things up, Wasatch has thrown a little devil into the details.
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