Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Oct 22, 2015
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  • Oct 22-28, 2015
  • Vol. 32, No. 24
  • Down to the Wire
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  • Bishop's Pawn
  • Bishop's Pawn

    A federal-lands program had broad support until Utah Congressman Rob Bishop gave it the ax
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  • Canine Fundraisers
  • Citizen Revolt
  • Canine Fundraisers

    Spend Saturday with your canine companion doing activities that benefit pups. Start with Best Friends' Strut Your Mutt, a fundraiser walk/run to benefit the Humane Society of Utah.
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  • Tuned Out
  • The Ocho
  • Tuned Out

    8 new radio stations coming soon to the already oversaturated Salt Lake City market
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  • Can't Possibly Be True
  • News of the Weird
  • Can't Possibly Be True

    Two suburban Minneapolis elementary schools this fall hired a consulting firm to advise officials on kids' recess, and the leading recommendations (promoting "safety" and "inclusiveness") were elimination of "contact" games in favor of, for example, hopscotch.
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Music

  • Ought
  • Ought

    Quebec expats make a satisfying clash with their second album, Sun Coming Down
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  • Kyrbir Is-p
  • Kyrbir Is-p

    SLC's Kyrbir Is-p confronts demons and reclaims redemption on the first new Purr Bats album since 2007
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