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  • Vol. 33, No. 41
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  • Pinball Wizards
  • Pinball Wizards

    For many, old-school arcade game sits at the intersection of solace and skill.
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  • Vulgar Language, Dignified Deaths, Vetoes & Monuments
  • Hits & Misses
  • Vulgar Language, Dignified Deaths, Vetoes & Monuments

    Vagina, masturbation, oral sex—expect to apologize if you use this kind of "vulgar" language in the presence of Utah legislators. The apology came from a woman testifying before the House Education Standing Committee, as they considered Rep. Brian King's Reproductive Health Education and Services Amendments.
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  • Q&A with Addison Odom
  • 5 Spot
  • Q&A with Addison Odom

    Addison Odom's first career as a photographer-writer morphed into teaching high school visual arts in Memphis, Tenn., and now she helps save the world here in Utah through wilderness therapy after a brief stint as an organic farmer.
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  • Economics You Need to Know About
  • Opinion
  • Economics You Need to Know About

    I am sick and tired of reading the same rehashing about you know who. So, from here on in, at least to the end of this column, there will be no politics. Instead, this will be a practical column about where the economy might be going according to the people best qualified to know. I will share thoughts and predictions about how your paycheck will shrink in the next few years and how rich you are not going to be now that America is on its way to being great again for the very, very rich.
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  • Criminal Crash
  • The Straight Dope
  • Criminal Crash

    What does it take to get charged with manslaughter when your negligent driving kills someone? Last year, the driver of a semi entered a bike lane and killed a Chicago bicyclist. He was issued tickets for driving in a bike lane and failure to take due care with a bicyclist. Why mere tickets instead of a more serious charge?
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  • Can't Possibly Be True
  • News of the Weird
  • Can't Possibly Be True

    >Zachary Bennett and Karen Nourse have found Manhattan quite affordable, reported the New York Post in January—by simply not paying, for six years now, the $4,750 monthly rent on their loft-style apartment in the Chelsea neighborhood, citing New York state's "loft law," ...
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