Cover story, July 13, "Into the Wild"
While walking across America I stopped at this zoo. It may not be the biggest zoo out there, but the people that work there take care of the animals are very passionate about what they do. If you're in the area, it's definitely worth a stop!
Thank you for sharing more about our zoo. Troy,
Way to go, Zach! You have always cared so much about the animals at the zoo. And you have a wonderful gift; I can't wait to see where it takes you in life. Keep pursuing this path!
Hits & Misses, July 13, "Down With History"
Is it such a bad idea that there are more jobs and a big corporation in SLC? I am all for preserving National Parks But not useless buildings.
A&E Essentials, July 13, Under the Influence: Local Artists Influenced by Animation Upsetting to see Brian Staker left talented women artists Athena Splett and Heather Mahler out of the City Weekly article on our show. These two artists work harder and produce better work than anyone and they deserve to get recognition.
It's sad because it was almost a good article. Now I won't be showing it to anyone but to say who got left out.
SLC art scene has always felt like a boys club, so I'm sadly used to it.
The Ocho, July 13, "Eight ways Gordon Hayward leaving the Utah Jazz will affect your life"
The only way it has impacted my life is having to see all the whiny butthurt posts about him leaving.
Real lazy writing.
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Blog, July 14, "Life for no-tell motels is about to get tougher"
These places are located next to elementary school and homes where children live. I live near one of these places and I have a baby. I am a liberal guy, but let's keep those people far away from our children.
Not necessarily a sweep under the rug, but essentially we are just sweeping the mess into another corner of the city.
I lived two blocks west of Piper Down for about five years. We should find ways to empower property owners—the people who actually make concerted efforts to invest in the improvement of their neighborhoods. I frequently confronted people. Police should make more of an effort to get to know the people that live here. They could get out of their cars and take walks down the neighborhood streets. I think citizens would appreciate it, and it could precipitate useful dialogue for both parties.
Thanks for staying on this issue. Optimistic about what this ordinance might accomplish for SLC and some of its most vulnerable populations.
Each year, a group of hearty Mormons dress in the clothing of the mid-1800s and walk, push handcarts or ride in wagons to honor all the LDS pioneers who made the long trip to the Salt Lake Valley. Perhaps there is another way to view these people rather than as brave. They were religious fanatics.
Many of these people walked away from good-producing farms or successful businesses. People left families and longtime friends. In some
The fascinating story of the Jews' migration from Egypt was just a myth—the Jews had steady jobs, adequate schools clothing and food. What
Then, more recently, Jim Jones convinced his followers to leave San Francisco and follow him into the hot jungles of Guyana where almost the entire congregation was wiped out by drinking poisoned Kool-Aid.
Any time a self-proclaimed man of the cloth tells you to give up most your worldly goods, your friends and family, check your own mental health. If people are gullible enough to go on these trips, their heirs would be mortified to realize that some of their ancestors were so gullible and stupid.