Tim Henney

Co-host of The Mountain Life.

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In today's edition of The Mountain Life, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with Rebecca Brenner.  She lives here in Park City and has written a guide to being a kid and navigating a human life.  It’s called The Kids’ User Guide to a Human Life: Book One: An Open Mind.

In this edition of The Mountain Life, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney welcome Allen Tran, High Performance Chef and Dietician at the USSA's Center of Excellence who tells how to prepare the REAL Breakfast of Champions. Also on the show is Adam Rackley about his fascinating book; Salt, Sweat, Tears: The Men Who Rowed the Oceans.

Today in the program, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with Mike Kilchenstein of RAMP Sports about the big event coming up this weekend, the second annual Bamboozle Art Show and Party.  He’ll share about all the sustainable materials you about the sustainable materials that go into skis and snow boards, then eventually are re-purposed for art.

Then Tara Mohr,  author of Playing Big. She is all over the media with her message – especially to women to find your voice and your passion and to play bigger in their work and in their lives. 

Hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with local photographer and filmmaker Lori Adamski-Peek about her new project - a documentary called Down the Fence, which profiles reined cow horse trainers on their way to a national competition. 

Then they speak with William Alexander - who at age 57 - was inspired to learn French by total immersion.  He wanted to BE French, but settled for devoting a few years of his life to the study.  He survived and has written a book called, "Flirting With French," and he joins us to talk about his experiences. 

In todays edition of the  program Lynn and Tim speak with Steven Pinker - he's a cognitive scientist, a linguist, a professor in the school of psychology at Harvard and author of a new book The Sense of Style: The Thinking Person's Guide to Writing in the 21st Century. Then, half of Americans will experience poverty  at some point before they're 65.  Their guest Linda Tirado is one on those people.  She wrote a blog that ended up with over 6 million views called, "Why I Make Terrible Decisions or Poverty thoughts." Finally, another topic that delves into life.

On this edition of The Mountain Life, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney welcome Dr. Stephanie Singer who believes there is a healthy approach to aging. Also a discussion with author Jeffrey Kluger about his book, The Narcissist Next Door

On this show Lynn and Tim speak with local experts -  a somber conversation about a recent arrest in Park City of a beloved teacher charged with child pornography possession and distribution. Then about how to safeguard our children from pornography and how to recover from this event. Also Stephanie Cannon, president of the Mushroom Society of Utah was on to talk about mushrooms A-Z.

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On this episode of The Mountain Life, Lynn and Tim kicked off the show with a visit from Laurie Moldawer, founder of the Park City Culinary Institute. The organization gained accreditation in April and will begin issuing degrees and diplomas this fall. Additional courses are being added and enrollment is now open. Sisters Lindsay and Lexi Kite then joined the show to talk about Beauty Redefined, their project to help people deal with body image issues.

The KPCW Summer Pledge Drive continues through Friday and on this episode of The Mountain Life, Lynn and Tim spoke with Kathy Volz, General Manager and Josh Carr, Membership Director of Park Meadows Country Club. Park Meadows is an underwriter of the show and they updated Lynn, Tim and the audience on all that is new with Park Meadows as well encouraging their customers to support KPCW.

On this episode, Lynn and Tim spoke with Dr. David Casarett, a physician and researcher who joined the show to talk about the new book Shocked: Adventures In Bringing Back The Recently Dead. It's a chronicle of his exploration of cutting edge resuscitation....from suspended animation to cryonics, even crowd sourced resuscitation. Gretchen Reynolds, a contributor to the New York Times blog Well, then joined the show to talk about the relative upsides of short, intensive workouts versus longer, slower activities.

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