Monday May 13
Salt Lake City Weekly
Duck and Cover
Curses, Foiled Again A teller at a Washington, D.C., bank failed to comply with a robber's demands because she didn't understand them.
Tom English: Golf finds a way of excusing its marquee players and insulting the rest of us
Bernard Gallacher: 'I don t get it because I don t think golf has any problems with doping'. Picture: TSPL TWO months ago, the New York Times published a feature on dope testing in sport, but not your normal sport, not your cycling or your tennis or your athletics or your football.
Colorado launches new fishing resources for anglers
Whether you're a seasoned angler or you've never picked up a rod, finding a place to fish in Colorado has never been easier! Colorado Parks and Wildlife has launched several new tools for anglers ready to enjoy everything Colorado fishing has to offer.
A big, heavy, soggy-wet, tulip-smashing, branch-breaking, road-closing snow spoils a fishing trip
"Nothing is as certain as death and taxes" -- unless of course, we're talking about springtime in the Rockies, in which case you can bet the beer money it will snow like crazy if you're planning your annual pilgrimage to coincide with ice out at the Delaney Buttes Lakes.
Tony-winning Brit actor Mark Rylance floats a new work at the Guthrie
"Nice Fish" is set on a northern Minnesota lake, based on the work of Duluth poet Louis Jenkins and premiering at Minneapolis' Guthrie Theater tonight, but it has Broadway in its bones.