Following a recent bone marrow registration event in Park City, a Park City woman and the son of a Park City couple have found nearly perfect matches to help beat their cancer. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.
A classic Western bromance hits the big screen in time for the summer blockbuster season. But does it fire silver bullets, or just blanks? Friday Film Reviewer Linda Jager with her review of The Lone Ranger.
Do you know who brought celebrities and literati to Park City decades before Robert Redford did?
This is Hope Woodside with your weekly Park City History Bit.
Exotic dancer Shirley Price, known as “The Duchess”, arrived in Park City in the 1960s after leaving Hawaii and Las Vegas, and made the town her home and stage. She performed her illustrious act at the C’est Bon, located where the Sweetwater Lift Lodge now stands, and the Ore Haus, which stood at 1410 Empire Avenue.
The Summit Park neighbors of Craig Patterson – the Utah Department of Transportation avalanche forecaster died in April in a snow slide in Big Cottonwood Canyon – are holding a fundraiser Saturday to help his family with some needed home repairs. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
What do the movie Citizen Kane and Park City have in common?
Park City shares part of its origin story with newspaper tycoon William Randolph Hearst – whom many people also believe the movie Citizen Kane is based on. Hearst’s father George Hearst was in Park City in 1872, when he met four men working a mining claim, and bought it for $27,000.