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Sundance – the premiere U.S. film festival showcasing worldwide independent film opened in Park City Thursday night. Festival director John Cooper says it’s a year filled with fabulous film. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
Summit County planner and world cup skeleton competitor Kimber Gabryszak posted a career best at a competition in snowy St. Moritz. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
The Sundance Reel Hosts Leslie Thatcher and Beth Fratkin Guests: 9:00-10:00 AM NYU Tisch School of Arts, Andrew Uriarte, ex-Director of External Affairs Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare, Directors Matthew Heineman & Susan Froemke. US documentary Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present, Matthew Akers & Marina Abramovic. US documentary Violeta Went to [...]
The 29 year old half pipe skier Sarah Burke of Canada died this morning. According to a statement issued by University of Utah Hospital Burke died as a result an accident a week ago Tuesday when she tore an artery that provides blood to the brain while training at Park City Mountain Resort. The statement says that Burke’s injuries caused massive neurological damage after her brain was deprived of oxygen due to cardiac arrest following the accident. According to her wishes, Burke’s organs and tissues will be donated.
This Green Earth at Whole Foods Hosts Chris Cherniak & Nell Larson Guests: 9:00 AM Hour Kathryn Fraizer from Whole Foods Big Boys Gone Bananas, Director: Frederik Gertten.World cinema documentary Queen of Versailles, Director: Lauren Greenfield. US documentary Chasing Ice, Director: Jeff Orlowski. US documentary – part 1 Listen to Part 1 here: Listen [...]
The Main Street club formerly known as Harry O’s will re-open Thursday and bring in name acts for the Sundance Film Festival. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
After more than a year of negotiation, Park City, Summit County and the owner of 29 acres at Quinn’s Junction have agreed to allow a movie studio, hotel and entertainment center to built at that highly visible location. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
Diane Foster who has been working in Park City’s Sustainability Department has been named as the city’s interim assistant city manager. While the city intends to open the position to a nationwide search, Foster will serve in the job for the new few months. Foster is currently enrolled in the Masters of Public Administration program at the University of Utah and says she intends to apply for the job when it’s open.
Host Missy Hilton and Guest host Tim Henney first have Rene Power, from The Park City Clinic, in the studio. She is a family nurse practitioner, specializing in women’s and children’s preventative health, along with sports medicine. This week’s “Health from the Hood” segment by Missy Hilton, offers some advise on managing recovery for your loved one in the hospital. During the second half, an interview with Paul Riguiri, author of “Confessions of a Surgeon: The Good, The Bad and the Complicated…Life Behind the O.R. Doors”.