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A two-day music festival is coming to the Wasatch Back, and thousands are expected to attend. KPCW's Rick Brough has more. 

  Lynn and John’s first guest on the program is Phil Davidson of Davidson Orthopedics. Dr. Davidson is renowned for his expertise in Cartilage Restoration and Joint Resurfacing of the knee and shoulder. For two decades, he has been recognized among the nation's foremost orthopedists in treating articular disorders. His particular area of clinical interest and expertise is in the field of biological and anatomic joint resurfacing.

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Park City officials met with the CEO of Vail Resorts earlier this week as the Park City Council prepares to discuss the efforts of the Colorado company's trademark application for the words "Park City." KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

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Vail Resorts does not intend to withdraw its application for the trademark of the words "Park City," but company officials hope that after Thursday's discussion with Park City council, the community will better understand why they're doing what they're doing. Leslie Thatcher has more.

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Park City, which has long been host to the Sundance Film Festival during the winter, is now looking forward to a warm-weather movie gathering that aims to be an annual event. The Park City International Film Festival will take place this August 10-13 at the Eccles Center. Rick Brough has more.

Over 100 people gathered at the Jim Santy Auditorium on Wednesday night to hear the history of the Treasure Hill project and how the schedule for looking at the application will lay out over the next year or so. While no specific conditional use permit was looked at, there was time given for ample public comment. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

  Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney delve into the fascinating topic of Subscriber Solar with Rocky Mountain Power representatives  and Ann Ober from Park City Municipal.

Then we talk with some folks who have just completed 40 days straight of meditation, yoga, and eating well.  We thought we would speak with them to find out what we all wonder – could I really pull off such a thing?!

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The count keeps getting higher.  As of Tuesday afternoon, more than fifty people have asked the federal trademark office for more time to consider what threat, if any, exists if Vail owns a trademark for the name "Park City."  The deadline to file an extension request with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is this Thursday.  That's the same day city council will take up the issue in a work session.  And now a new group called Future Park City is getting in on the action.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the latest.  

  The on-again, off-again Treasure Hill project returns to the forefront this week when the Park City Planning Commission begins what's expected to be at least a year-long review process. LPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

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Zoom Restaurant has filed suit against its landlord, Main Street property owner Ken Abdalla.  The lawsuit says Abdalla wants to force Zoom out of its space, has spread rumors that the restaurant is moving, and filed a false complaint about health hazards with the Park City building department.   But Abdalla's attorney, Joe Wrona, says Zoom's lawsuit covers a festering problem of flies and filth.  KPCW's Rick Brough has more: 

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