As the school year winds down, a number of administrative changes are being made at Park City School District. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

Can GenXers and Millennials be best friends, or is a cross-generational relationship doomed from the start? Filmmaker Noah Baumbach explores that dynamic in his new film While We're Young. Linda Jager has this week's Friday Film Review.

Relicts of a Beautiful Sea by Christopher Norment is a story of endangered species survival in the deserts of Western Nevada. It's a story of water and development, values and priorities, isolation and loneliness. Matt Lindon has this month's book review.

In this edition of Mountain Money, Larry Warren and special guest host Alex Butwinski welcome Michael Cusumano, co-author Strategy Rules: Five Timeless Lessons from Bill Gates, Andy Grove, and Steve Jobs.

Then later it's KPCW volunteer Seth Rundle, who is also Rocky Mountain Sales Manager for Otium Outdoors. Also on the show is Alex Carr, Founder, President and CEO of Char Poles.

A group of about 50 teachers, students, administrators, civic leaders and citizens-at-large convened to brainstorm  possible solutions for the Kearns School Campus.  With budget no option for this session, creativity flowed.  Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

In today's edition of KPCW's Friday public affairs show The Morning Mix Kenz Hall is back  by popular demand. Emily Moench is in from Visit Utah to talk about great road trips to take in Utah. Then it's Anna Richey who just entered the anti-bullying No Bull Challenge ( You can check out her video here:

Also Stuff and Junk-weird news worth mentioning.

Comedian, impressionist, actor  - and now director - Kevin Pollack made his debut at Sundance 2015 with the documentary Misery Loves Comedy. Here is Barbara Bretz with today's Friday Film Review.

In his April 28th Kimball Art Center Art Talk, Kevin DeLuca will share his research on the political and cultural role of images in the U.S. environmental movement.  He joins KPCW's Lynn Ware Peek to discuss.

Park City Council Member Andy Beerman, also on the executive committee of the Mountain Accord says there are reasons to stick with studying the tunnel option from Cottonwood Canyons to Park City, if nothing else than to eliminate it once and for all.  He speaks with KPCW's Lynn Ware Peek.

Alfred Knotts has been selected as the new transit manager for Park City Municipal Corporation to take on the duties of retiring Kent Cashel. He joins KPCW's  Lynn Ware Peek to talk about how his current position will inform his new role in Park City.