Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Feb 9, 2017
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  • Vol. 33, No. 40
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  • Meet the Muslims
  • Meet the Muslims

    Utah Islamic Center's open-house series answers questions, dispels myths.
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  • The King and I
  • The King and I

    A razor-beaked icon of the Utah bird conservation movement turns 58.
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  • HOMELESSNESS PANEL, SYMPHONY FUNDRAISER, and more
  • Citizen Revolt
  • HOMELESSNESS PANEL, SYMPHONY FUNDRAISER, and more

    Thousands of people are living on the streets in Utah, struggling to find work and housing. Many suffer from addiction and mental illness, and criminals often take advantage of their misfortune. Wondering whether Salt Lake City will ever manage the homelessness problem?

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Music

  • Kid Vid
  • Kid Vid

    Provo-based music whiz Davey "Vid" Nelson re-examines his roots on Millennials.
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Culture

  • <p class="cwb">Ain't No Mountain High Enough</p>
  • Community Beat
  • Ain't No Mountain High Enough

    Utah brims with opportunities to work out in the great outdoors. If rock climbing is your jam, check out Montée Climb—a locally owned and operated company offering unique, handcrafted climbing gear and accessories.
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