Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | May 28, 2015
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  • Mailing It In
  • Mailing It In

    Salt Lake City is switching to a vote-by-mail system for this year's municipal race
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  • A Hard Line
  • A Hard Line

    American Indian students are disproportionately disciplined
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  • Letters
  • Look Elsewhere, Pierpont Tenants

    I just read the article "Growing Pains" [May 21, City Weekly]. Why don't the Pierpont Avenue tenants move to The Gateway or to Trolley Square? There are plenty of vacancies.
  • Bottle Shock
  • Opinion
  • Bottle Shock

    The notion of paying good money for a plastic container of water would have been laughable when I was a kid
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  • Fruitful Gesture
  • News Quirks
  • Fruitful Gesture

    Hoping for a new home in Venezuela's Anzoategui state, Marleni Olivo, 54, wrote her name and phone number on a mango and threw it at visiting President Nicolas Maduro, hitting him in the head. Maduro kept the mango and later announced that he had approved a new apartment for Olivo.
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Eat & Drink

Music

  • Live: City Weekly's Music Picks May 28-June 3
  • Music Picks
  • Live: City Weekly's Music Picks May 28-June 3

    Distortion, feedback and static give San Diego's Crocodiles' noise pop a distinct garage-rock edge. The duo is touring their latest release and fifth studio album, Boys, which has elements of Latin rhythms and salsa-punk, as it was written in, inspired by and recorded in Mexico City.
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