An icon of folk music is playing the Egyptian Theatre on Friday, April 18th and Saturday, the 19th. Peter Yarow says his show will be a combination of a concert, party, peace march, and reminiscence. Rick Brough has more.
Citizens have until the end of Tuesday the 15th to vote on a public art sculpture for Coalville, in the People's Choice Award, jointly sponsored by Coalville City and Summit County's Public Arts Advisory Board. Rick Brough has more.
Linda Goodman is an author, storyteller and playwright. An Appalacian Mountain native of Melungeon descent, Linda draws on her roots to share one of her finest tales, "Jessie" a tale of love, magic, and the loss of innocence. After listening to this story, you will think twice about what you wish for.
When you're Rob Katz, the CEO of one of the world's biggest ski operators, and find out the joke is on your company by the small-town theater group, you make sure you get tickets to the sold-out show, so you can see for yourself. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports.
If you're looking for a 'staycation' at your local movie theater over spring break, Libby Wadman says you should check out the latest from unconventional movie-maker Wes Anderson, in this week's Friday Film Review.
Ted Erekson storyteller for over 28 years, has a wit and wisdom about him. Enjoy his storytelling abilities while he shares his tales including: "Wide Mouth Frog", "Nurse Jane"; and the powerful fable "What Seems Like A Curse".
Summer Concert Season at Deer Valley is not far off. It begins in June and this week the Park City Institute this week announced its St. Regis Big Stars Bright Nights series with 10 concerts, sure to bridge many varied musical tastes. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The 'Books 2 Movies' Series returns this weekend at the Jim Santy Auditorium, sponsored by the Park City Film Series and the City Library. The feature this week is The Secret World of Arietty. Rick Brough has more.
It was the spring of 1974 when Park City's first Clown Day capered and wisecracked its way across the Park City ski slopes. After a long winter, Park City's ski bums let loose for a day of dressing up, over indulging and basically having more fun than a barrel of monkeys. In this final Park City story, Jay Meehan recounts that first crazy spring celebration.