Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jul 16, 2015
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  • Jul 16-22, 2015
  • Vol. 32, No. 10
  • Ripped & Ravaged
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News

  • LGBT Legacy
  • LGBT Legacy

    Mayor Ralph Becker may have been SLC's most pro-gay mayor yet
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  • Keeping the Faith
  • Keeping the Faith

    Mormon feminist blog gives younger LDS women a forum to speak out
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  • Letters
  • Ban Confederate Flag in Utah

    The Confederate battle flag is a part of our country's history, but it is not to be celebrated. We don't celebrate winning the wars of America's enemies by flying their flags.
  • Trumped Up
  • Opinion
  • Trumped Up

    Donald Trump's candidacy is the political equivalent of professional wrestling
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  • Milking the System
  • News Quirks
  • Milking the System

    The federal Medicare Fraud Strike Force concluded a nationwide investigation into home health-care fraud by charging 243 people, including 46 doctors and other medical professionals.
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Eat & Drink

Music

  • Cayucas
  • Cayucas

    Cayucas' sunny sounds toe the line between fantasy and heartache
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Culture

  • Now-ID: Nowhere
  • Dance
  • Now-ID: Nowhere

    Now-ID's site-specific Nowhere explores how where you are affects who you are
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