Contamination cleanup on inland port site could be possible, but it won’t be easy—or cheap.
A number of reasons are emerging as to why development plans in Salt Lake's Northwest Quadrant have rarely been realized.
Remembering an old friend and early City Weekly ally.
Many years ago, we ran an advertisement that people talked about for years.
Learn how to be a welcoming member of the city's refugees; attend the March For Our Lives town hall and get the inside scoop on November's four ballot initiatives.
We know what President Trump thinks of refugees, but Salt Lake City and, in fact, Utah as a whole, have a different idea.
The "enemy of the people" saves the day, shifting the development discussion and maybe it would be better if we just made the damn cake.
Once again, the "enemy of the people" has come to the rescue.
This week's Straight Dope marks the last appearance of the column as the Teeming Millions have known it for the past 45 years.
Readers sound off on Mexican food, cat shows and socialist propaganda.
"The epitome of liberal filth!"