Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Aug 6, 2015
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  • Cracking Down
  • Cracking Down

    A new homeless policing strategy focuses on minor offenses
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  • Info Patrol
  • Info Patrol

    Media analysts say public information officers stifle a free press
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  • WhiskeyPete Was Here
  • The Ocho
  • WhiskeyPete Was Here

    8 other suspected "secret" online pseudonyms used by Mayor Ralph Becker's spokesman besides "WhiskeyPete" on The Salt Lake Tribune's website
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  • Letters
  • Kudos to Frazier

    I've been reading this paper for many years, and the article "River of No Return" [July 30, City Weekly] is the best one of all.
  • There's an App for That
  • News of the Weird
  • There's an App for That

    Among the health and fitness apps for computers and smartphones are sex-tracking programs to document the variety of acts and positions, degrees of frenzy and lengths of sessions (via an on-bed motion detector) ...
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Music

  • The Kills
  • The Kills

    Fractious and free, The Kills rock to the power of two
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