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There’s a Fork in the Road this Saturday night. That’s what EATS Park City is calling their fundraising event.  EATS stands for Eat Awesome Things at School.  It’s going to be a food extravaganza with delicious offerings and fabulous silent auction prizes.   Carolyn Murray has the details:

Local News Hour - May 10, 2017

May 10, 2017

Park City has a new building chief, and he’s a familiar face.  David Thacker talks about how he will oversee the town’s building boom.       Then, City manager Diane Foster and Budget Operations Manager Jed Briggs discuss next year’s budget, a new event planner for the 4th of July, a resolution on Bonanza Flat, and brand-new condos that may become affordable housing in Prospector.

"A Closer Look" at Kimball Art Center

May 9, 2017

The Kimball Art Center's annual Wasatch Back Student Art Show is back and will remain on display in the main gallery until May 28th.  KPCW's Melissa Allison has more:  

Click here for more information about the student art show on the Kimball Art Center website.  

Carl Pope, the Executive Director of the Sierra Club and co-author of the book, Climate of Hope, Joins Chris and Nell in the first part of the show.  Then in the second half, Dan Hartinger of The Wilderness Society talks about the Executive order asking the Department of the Interior to review every National Monument designated since 1996.

Simple Solutions to Achieve Digestive Health

May 9, 2017

The digestive system is filled with important neurotransmitters.  Some theories in Eastern Medicine attribute many physical problems and disease to poor digestion. Wednesdays’  Lunch and Learn guest speaker brings some simple insights into improving digestive health.  Carolyn Murray has more:

On today’s program, Summit County manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting, including a discussion about raising property taxes. Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson previews tomorrow's Planning Commission agenda including the Treasure traffic study. PC MARC Wellness Coordinator Cole Johnson and guest Maile McKain talk about tomorrow’s free Lunch and Learn on how to stay well with tips from Eastern Medicine. Park City Pony Club members Cara and Leo  Murphy discuss Saturday’s Pony Day.

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Cool Science Radio - May 4, 2017

May 8, 2017

 Today Lynn ware Peek and Chris Cherniak who is sitting in for John Wells, talk with Dr. Barbara Wirostko, a local Park City resident and Ophthalmologist whose research has helped developed therapy for glaucoma and other pathologies of the eye in some fascinating new technologies.  Then they take a look at a robotics team from Treasure Mtn Junior high school.  It’s a group of girls who have found that learning about robotics also teaches them about teamwork and many other life lessons.  We are joined by Iva Cho, Audrey Dyal, and Kristina Schiffman

 

Mountain Money - May 8, 2017

May 8, 2017

Today on Mountain Money Larry and Doug speak with Joel Solomon, author of The Clean Money Revolution.  Guest number two is Sara Sergent, owner of Mountain Flower Apparel and Summit Screen Printing. The final guest is Andre Shoumatoff of Park City Demo’s. 

The Mountain Life - May 3, 2017

May 8, 2017

Today in the program, Tim and Lynn have their monthly arts and culture segment – featuring the Latino Fest coming to the Park City Library June 3. Max Ventura from the Christian Center is he event organizer, he will be joined by Hadley Dynak. Then they are joined by local author and former Corporate lawyer turned life coach and what she calls, Soul Hacker.  Eve Picard joins Tim and Lynn to talk about to find and pursue you life’s purpose.

Local News Hour - May 8, 2017

May 8, 2017

On today’s program, The Park City Plastic Coalition's co-founders Sharelle Rodman and Cathy Batten talk about their efforts to ban plastic bags.  Paul Pugmire, Executive Director of First Tee of Utah has details on this youth program, being done in conjunction with the Canyons Golf Course. Park City Education Foundation Associate Director of Communications and Development, Jen Billow.

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