The new movie character “The Dictator” could have come from a sketch on Saturday Night Live. Rick Brough has this week’s Friday Film Review.
“Oh, yes, there is life after 50.” That’s the message from Libby Wadman, with this week’s Friday Film Review.
The mega-superhero movie “The Avengers” made a huge impact at the box office last weekend. But in this week’s Friday Film Review, Mark Harrington says it feels like a rock-band reunion tour.
Linda Jager likes the new film “The Five-Year Engagement” even though the movie seems to be almost as long as the engagement. Here’s Linda with the Friday Film Review.
Each year Wasatch and Summit County students participate in the Kimball Art Center’s Wasatch Back Student Art show. The theme this year is “Everyday Art.” KPCW’s Lynn Ware Peek has more.
A few months ago, a group of employees at the Park City Fire District established a local labor union. While 23 employees originally registered with the union, 3 of them have since dropped out saying there’s been a concerted effort by the fire district leadership to quash the union. In an interview with KPCW”s Leslie Thatcher on the Local News Hour, Park City fire chief Paul Hewitt addresses those issues and this summer’s fire danger.
The first blockbuster of the year proves that bigger isn’t always better. Here’s Mark Harrington with the Friday Film Review…
Should the Park City planning commission try and design the best project possible at Quinn’s Junction or simply recommend a denial.? Park City planning commissioner Adam Strachan says it’s not worth the commission’s time to review a plan that brushes aside both the city’s General Plan and Land Management code. He spoke to KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher following Wednesday’s planning commission meeting.
Kimball Art Center director Robin Marrouche says she’s thrilled with the design for the transformation of the community art center. She spoke to KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher about the announcement.