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The Rest of the Best Ofs 

Eight more bold, fresh ideas coming from The Salt Lake Tribune after their local “Best of” Salt Awards

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8. “Beehive Boners: Examples of bad, stupid or funny local behavior.”
7. “Graphical Guffaws: Humorous short stories presented in cartoon form.”
6. “It’s So Loud: Concert reviews written by our senior gardening correspondent.”
5. “Kiddie Kicks: In-depth, intense, borderline-intrusive coverage of elementary-school soccer.”
4. “Kirby or Not Kirby: Is this a new Robert Kirby column, or a reprint from 1998? You tell us!”
3. “LDS FYI: Occasional news about Utah’s little-known religious faction, the Mormons.”
2. “Choose Your Own Ender: Contest to find the conclusion to that ‘Continued’ print article.”
1. “Choose Your Own Migraine: Contest to find anything on
SLTrib.com.”
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