Lake Effect: Love, Main Street Style | News | Salt Lake City | Salt Lake City Weekly
DONATE

Lake Effect: Love, Main Street Style 

Pin It
Favorite
art6280widea.jpg
lakeeffect_070830.jpg

Speculation is rampant over the Aug. 24 destruction of glass windows at the Salt Lake City mayoral candidate Keith Christensen’s campaign office on Main Street between 200 and 300 South. Was it a politically motivated attack?

The Deseret Morning News remains diffident: “There was no indication whether Christensen’s office was specifically targeted, or if it was just a random vandalism” [Aug. 28].

Some say the cause was unrequited love: According to witnesses, the alleged vandal made advances to a woman at the scene which were not welcome—particularly by the woman’s husband. He says that a scuffle ensued and the man, enraged, began kicking the office windows.

Since the incident happened right outside City Weekly offices, we blogged about it immediately. We rarely see any indication that events affecting Main Street are of interest to the outside world, so we were gratified to see the story hit the mainstream media four days later.

Now patrols are up on the street—so there’s hope that random attacks of stupidity may be on the wane.
cw

Pin It
Favorite

Tags:

More by Brandon Burt

Latest in News

  • Open and Shut

    Governor and state leaders take a victory lap at ribbon-cutting for new prison.
    • Jun 22, 2022
  • Winner Winner

    Salt Lake City Weekly earns seven local reporting awards at Utah Headliners banquet.
    • Jun 17, 2022
  • Guns Blazin'

    Utah Gov. Spencer Cox urges Utahns to keep an “open mind” about any and all gun violence solutions.
    • Jun 16, 2022
  • More »

© 2022 Salt Lake City Weekly

Website powered by Foundation