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Park City History
6:16 pm
Thu October 31, 2013

Park City History Bits - October 31, 2013

Did you know the famous Pony Express came right through Summit County?

This is Bill Redeker with your weekly Park City History Bit.

As kids we loved learning about The Pony Express, but it actually only operated for 18 months, from April 1860 to October 1861.

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Friday Film Review
4:44 pm
Fri October 25, 2013

Friday Film Review: Escape Plan

Return with us to those olden days, when Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger ruled the action-movie universe. Rick Brough has the Friday Film Review.

The Friday Film Review is sponsored by the Utah Film Center.

  

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Park City History
6:01 pm
Thu October 24, 2013

Park City History Bits - October 24, 2013

Have you heard of the two women who ran the Park City franchise of the world’s oldest profession?

This is Mark Eaton with your weekly Park City History Bit.

Park City had few respectable jobs for single women during the mining days. But one time-tested occupation thrived for at least 70 years.

Prostitution was a difficult way to make a living. The Park Record documents stories of assaults, gunfights and suicide attempts on “The Row,” the area where prostitutes lived, now Deer Valley Drive.

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Halloween Fun
4:08 pm
Thu October 24, 2013

Trick or Treat!

Everybody gets in the spirit.

Share your best and/or funniest Halloween Costume photo on KPCW Radio's facebook page.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS ON HALLOWEEN

3–5 pm Trick-or-Treating

Bring your little ghosts and goblins to Main Street for fun and safe Trick-or-Treating, compliments of all participating merchant. Main Street will be closed to vehicle traffic between Heber Avenue and the Brew Pub Parking Lot.

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Park City History
5:35 pm
Thu October 17, 2013

Park City History Bits - October 17, 2013

Did you know there was a time when Kings & Queens ruled Park City – as well as cleaned, cooked and staffed the front desk at the Chateaux Après Lodge?

This is Hope Woodside with your weekly Park City History Bit.

Back in the 1970s and ‘80s the owners of Chateaux Après, Ed and Sue Hosenfeld, ran ads throughout the United States to recruit kids to help them run the lodge with their eight children. To boost response, they nicknamed the positions “Kings” and “Queens.”

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