Kids will be kids. National storyteller Donald Davis shares his iconic tale "Peas and Carrots". Donald's stories brings back memories of those family dinners and what do you do with all that food that seems to end up on your plate.
Your Mother's Day begins with one of our favorite storytellers, Kim Weitkamp telling an amazing tale about her mother, her family, and Elvis Presley called "WZIX". Includes Kim's original song, titled "A Song for Mom".
Did you know one of the largest drug busts in Park City took place in 1915?
This is Bill Redeker with your weekly Park City History Bit.
In the late 1800’s, mining wasn’t a glamorous job – it was a dirty, dangerous and almost always a fatal occupation. Miners liked to drink and carouse to escape things going on in their lives. But alcohol wasn’t the only thing used to forget their troubles – the world’s oldest natural drug, opium, was also used.
Do you need a little PERSPECTIVE in your life? Today we hope our talented writers and storytellers will give you a change in heart. Appio Hunter, Carly Riehle and Carol Estereicher share their insights into how they got a bit more perspective.