Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Sep 10, 2015
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  • Planned Parenthood's Hypocritical Claims

    In reference to Katharine Biele's defense of Planned Parenthood, It appears that, for Biele ["Ick Factor," Hits & Misses, Aug. 27, City Weekly], the greatest infraction Planned Parenthood could ever commit would be to actually make a profit from harvested body parts ...
  • Pope Mania
  • News of the Weird
  • Pope Mania

    Muslim clerics complain of the commercialization of the holy city of Mecca during the annual Hajj pilgrimages, but for Pope Francis' visits to New York, Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia in mid-September, shameless street vendors and entrepreneurs already appear to be eclipsing Mecca's experience.
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  • Muse Music
  • Muse Music

    After shutting down in December, Provo venue Muse Music rises again
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  • Eligh
  • Eligh

    California rapper Eligh's experimental hip-hop chronicles the darkest and lightest times in his life
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