In the 1970s, with no snowmaking equipment at the resort and no budget to market itself, Park City relied on the town’s creative minds to get skiers to town. One of those was Amanda Peterson who was the first paid chamber director. In this week’s Park City Story she recounts some of the wacky ways Park City pulled off to generate publicity.
The film Dallas Buyers Club, which won Oscars this week for both Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor, offers a poignant look at the dawn of the AIDS epidemic and one man's fight to help himself and others. Linda Jager has this week's Friday Film Review.
Park City Institute and Strategic News Service are bringing in a scientist who hopes to one day revolutionize information's technologies to help individuals better understand disease and healing. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
This Sunday at the Eccles Center, Park City Institute presents Puppet Up: Uncensored. This is The Jim Henson Company's edgier side and will appeal to adults who are looking for some hearty snickers and slightly naughty fun. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The Red White & Snow three-day event is a fundraiser for the National Ability Center and starts today. You still have a chance to get involved in this celebration of wine, food and adaptive sport. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
People clamor for certain classic shows and we present today one of our Story Mine segments called Tell Tail Tales. The stories include David Bullock telling "Goldie The Wild Cat" and a story and poem about his dog, Frodo. Cathy shares a delightful tale called "Dog For Sale."
For more than 30 years now, a group of women – who love to ski and aren’t afraid to ski the deep and the steep - meet every Tuesday morning. It used to be at the Cookie Bear– now it’s outside Kristi’s Coffee. In this week’s Park City Story, three of those women who have been regulars, Francine Valline, Kathy Kahn and Carol Agle revel in the fun, adventure and rule breaking they’ve had over the years.