The Mountain Life

Wednesday, 9-10 AM

Hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney

 On the Mountain Life, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney explore a wide variety of topics from health, fitness and nutrition to parenting, lifestyle and education. Lynn Ware Peek is an endurance athlete. and lover of the mountain lifestyle. Tim Henney is also an endurance athlete, an advocate of healthy whole-lifestyle, and sits on the Park City City Council.  

For inquiries and guests and content, contact Lynn directly at lynn@kpcw.org.

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Andrew Santella was a self-declared procrastinator until he wrote the book on procrastination and found out there are far worse procrastinators than he. Santella joins the program to talk about this new book, Soon: An Overdue History of Procrastination, from Leonardo and Darwin to You and Me.

Edward Rosenfeld joins the show. He is the author of, The Book of Highs: 255 Ways to Alter Your Consciousness Without Drugs. He discusses what he calls an encyclopedia for the curious and courageous, and catalogs the hundreds of ways humans can alter consciousness, minus drugs and alcohol.

 

 

 

 

The Mountain Life shares a conversation about the connection of art and culture to our mountain lifestyle with a focus on how both can bring diverse groups together through a creative process. In this case, our local youth, with the help of a New York-based visual artis, Bisco Smith and local art and recreation groups will design and create in the tunnel that runs under State Hwy 224 at Kimball Junction. 

Sean Beard and Summer Schlopy join the show to share the details for this year's "Running With Ed," the enormously popular community fundraiser for the Park City Education Foundation.

The Mountain Life - April 11, 2018

Apr 11, 2018

Up first is Jennifer Pharr Davis, who hiked the entire Appalachian Trail in 46 days and 11 hours, the fastest known time on record. She discusses her new book, The Pursuit of Endurance. Next is a conversation about the inner workings of conversation with linguist Nick Enfield, who tells us that words such as “um,” “uh,” “like,” and “so,” are fundamental to how we speak. 

The Mountain Life - April 4, 2018

Apr 4, 2018

This morning, John Allcock, author of Forty Things I Wish I'd Told My Kids, explores concepts of mindfulness to help adults and children achieve peace, self-acceptance, and self-realization. Then it's on to the Thin Air festival as Richard Bezemer and Maria McNulty cover the details of the three-day event that begins this Friday and closes out the 2017-18 Park City ski season.

The Mountain Life - March 28, 2018

Mar 28, 2018

Guests on The Mountain Life today are:  Karen Crouse, author of Norwich: One Tiny Vermont Town's Secret to Happiness and Excellence. Then Shauna Wiest with Connect Summit County who will preview next week's events with ESPN journalist Kate Fagan and renowned yoga practitioner Kathryn Budig, who visit Park City to bring awareness to suicide prevention. Finally EATS Park City will join to highlight some upcoming spring and summer camps. 

Lisa Mosconi, assistant professor of neuroscience and associate director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic at Weill Cornell Medical College discusses her research, which focuses on PET and MRI imaging in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. Then Robert Twigger talks about his new book Micromastery: Learn Small, Learn Fast, and Find the Hidden Path to Happiness.

First up, in our monthly on arts/culture segment, we discuss how art and culture are woven into sport and how that will be framed in the 2019 FIS Freestyle, Snowboarding and Freeski World Championships in Park City. Calum Clark, chief of systems and operations for U.S. Ski & Snowboard, joins the conversation. Next, Sally Tauber from Peace House previews the documentary Minding The Gap – which explores domestic violence, among other issues – to be shown at no charge on Thursday evening at the Jim Santy Auditorium.

The Mountain Life - March 7, 2018

Mar 7, 2018

Lynn and Tim’s first guest today is Harvard professor and cognitive scientist Steven Pinker who presents the big picture of human progress: people are living longer, healthier, freer and happier lives and says solutions to humanity's formidable problems are within our grasp. Then, a rebroadcast interview with Kevin Hines, who spoke in Park City last year about his book, Cracked, Not Broken: Surviving and Thriving after a Suicide Attempt. 

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