Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jun 4, 2015
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  • Jun 4-10, 2015
  • Vol. 32, No. 4
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  • Protect & Serve
  • Protect & Serve

    Councilman proposes replacing SLCPD's homeless outreach with social workers
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  • Council Prep
  • Council Prep

    Eyeing a seat on the City Council since childhood, Nate Salazar is making his run
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  • Letters
  • Memorial Day Apathy

    I picked up the May 21 issue of City Weekly with the intention of finding local Memorial Day activities focused on truly honoring our fallen servicemen. I paged through the paper three times to find a list of events, or even a reference to the true meaning of the holiday. There was not one reference to recognizing our servicemen, events or other listings.
  • Better World Without People
  • News Quirks
  • Better World Without People

    Nevada granted permission for Daimler to test self-driving trucks on public roads. Daimler's Wolfgang Bernhard said autonomous trucks were likely to be on the road before driverless cars because they operate "in a less complicated traffic environment" on open highways, whereas passenger cars spend more time in congested urban settings.
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Eat & Drink

Music

  • Matt Starling
  • Matt Starling

    Founder of the Salt Lake Electric Ensemble recreates Terry Riley's "Dorian Reeds"
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  • Live: Music Picks June 4-10
  • Music Picks
  • Live: Music Picks June 4-10

    It would be worth taking the time to brush up on '90s rock before this concert, because Boise band Built to Spill is headlining, with a new album, Untethered Moon. The riff-y rock band is aggressively energetic, and tends to jam for extended periods and play unexpected covers (like "Paper Planes" from MIA and "Slurf Song" from Michael Hurley).
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