The Mountain Life

The Mountain Life - December 27, 2017

Dec 27, 2017

On today's show Tim Henney and Lynn Ware Peek  speak with Dr. Rachel Herz, a neuroscientist specializing in perception and emotion, about her new book "WHY YOU EAT WHAT YOU EAT: The Science Behind Our Relationship with Food".  Food lovers, here's the surprising science behind our relationship with food. Then ABC news anchor Dan Harris joins them to discuss his new book "Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics" a follow up novel to his book "10% Happier".

 

The Mountain Life - December 20, 2017

Dec 20, 2017

  

On The Mountain Life , Tim and Lynn speak with Georgetown University professor, Abigail Marsh, about the one emotion that connects us all, from altruists to psychopaths, and everyone in between. She has written a book called, The Fear Factor.  Then, a conversation with local psychotherapist Archibald Wright of Red Willow Counseling and Recovery in Park City.  He explores what is behind our addictions and how to recover, whether the addiction is to substances, or to processes like spending, work, gambling, sex, love or co-dependency.

The Mountain Life - December 13, 2017

Dec 13, 2017

On The Mountain Life Lynn and Tim are joined by Paul Tan, local film producer, actor, writer and past producer of the Park City Follies to discuss The Art of Story. Also, POWDR corp is redefining the Lifestyle recreation business. Jody Churich, COO of the Woodward Division and COO of the Resort Division Tim Brennwald share the vision POWDR corp has for the industry and the platform they are using to bring it to fruition.

The Mountain Life - December 6, 2017

Dec 6, 2017

Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with Debbie Drain, founder of Cycling Chicks, a Park City-based start-up cycling group for women.  This group seeks to empower women and to create a social gathering place for fun. Cycling Chicks has recently created an online boutique, cyclingchicksboutique.com, with cycling related clothing, jewerly, and a line of coffee.  

The Mountain Life - November 22, 2017

Nov 22, 2017

Tim Henney and Lynn Ware speak with some of Park City's  food and wine experts  who will inspire you towards Thanksgiving Day. Eileen Dunn of Done to Your Taste Catering gives some creative twists on Thanksgiving traditional favorites and Kirsten Fox of the Fox School of Wine will help you pair those dishes with wines from around the world that will round out the delights of Thanksgiving day and dinner. 

The Mountain Life - October 18, 2017

Oct 18, 2017

Today on The Mountain Life, Dave and Lynn speak with journalist Doug Abrams who spent a week moderating a conversation between the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu -- out of that conversation came the Book of Joy. Then Albert De Silver, an author and writing coach who explores writing as a path to awakening. And finally Slow Medicine with Dr. Victoria Sweet.  You've heard of the Slow Food Movement? Well this is akin to that movement - doctors taking time to read the body and treat it slowly and thoroughly as a concept! 

The Mountain Life - October 11, 2017

Oct 12, 2017

In today’s program,  Lynn and Graham speak with Hadley Dynak and longtime Main Street gallery owner, Susan Meyer about the, "art of selling art." Then Randi Silverman, the co-writer and producer of, "No Letting Go," the movie, will be in town to host a Park City School District Lunch and learn on October 16.  She talks about coping with and identifying mental health issues in children. Finally, author Phil Gaimon went from being a couch potato to a pro-cyclist will join in the conversation to talk about the pro cycling dream."

The Mountain Life October 4, 2017

Oct 4, 2017

Lynn Ware Peek and Dave Cushing speak with South Summit Trails Foundation president Tom Noaker for an end of season re-cap. Then bestselling author Peter Zheutlin  who wrote the new book, "Rescued: What Second-Chance Dogs Teach Us About Living with Purpose, Loving with Abandon, and finding Joy in Little Things," and finally, they speak with local chronic pain physician, Dr. Andy Talbott, and the founder of the group TRUCE (Together for Responsible Use and Cannabis Education), Christine Stenqvist, , who want to educate Utahans about medicinal cannabis use. 

The Mountain Life - September 27, 2017

Sep 27, 2017

Dr Renato Saltz of Image Reborn talks about a fundraiser for his retreats for women with breast cancer.  Then Lynn and Graham talk with Rebecca Brenner and Randi-Jo Taurel about mindfulness being taught in our schools.  Finally, they speak with Dr. Robert Lustig about The Hacking of the American Mind: The Science Behind the Corporate Takeover of Our Bodies and Brains.  Lustig says hacking our brain’s physiology has become the secret weapon of media, marketers, technology firms, big business, and food companies to sell pleasure.

Mountain LIfe - September 13, 2017

Sep 13, 2017

Lynn Ware Peek and Graham Anthony talk about art and education with  Hadley Dynak of the Park City Summit County Arts Council, Abby McNulty of the PC Education foundation, and Amy McDonald of the Kimball Arts Center, three non-profits who partner to bring arts to education.  

Then, the new director of the Utah Avalanche Center, Chad Brackelsberg, who joins us to talk about his new role and the biggest party of the year for the Utah Avalanche Center on September   14. 

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