Park City Life

Silly Market Is Back

Funky mountain grooves and the aroma of hot grills and delectable foods fill the air. Local artisans are peddling their wares and nonprofits are raising awareness for a myriad of causes. People...

Wildfire Season Is Here. Is Park City Ready?

"They just issued an evacuation order for Mt. Aire. Are you guys okay?” The text message inquired. I was more confused than alarmed. Working away at home in my pandemic bubble, I...

Utah Mountain Biker Haley Batten Qualifies for Tokyo Olympics

Haley Batten has punched her ticket to the 2021 Olympics in Tokyo. The budding mountain bike superstar and Park City native met USA Cycling’s automatic qualifying criteria after finishing in second place...

Avalanche Fences Above Park City Gated Community Spark Controversy

Controversy is brewing on the Park City ridgeline. Park City Mountain is planning to construct more than 200 avalanches fences above the Daybreak chairlift on the Canyons side of the resort. The...

Utah Resorts Preparing to Open For 2021 Summer Operations

We’re speeding right through shoulder season. You know that part of the year where it vacillates wildly between driving snowstorms and oppressive sunshine and you’re never sure whether to put another coat...

Park City Film Welcomes Audiences Back For In-Person Screenings

After a year of enduring shuttered theaters, delayed release dates and countless wasted hours scrolling through obscure streaming titles, audiences in Park City are finally being welcomed back to theaters. Park City...

21/22 Ski Passes Now Available, Vail Resorts Announces Epic Pass Price Reduction

After a grimly dry and tragic beginning to winter in the Wasatch, the skiing and riding conditions have quietly been excellent since the calendar to flipped to February. Thanks to some record-setting...

Are the Californians Coming to Park City?

“One if they come from land-locked America, two if they’ve come from the sea! The out of towners are coming! It’s the Texans and the Californians! It’s not just for vacation this...

Around The World In Six Park City Restaurants

Circumnavigating the earth in search of fine cultural fare isn’t in the cards for most of us right now. Air travel is still a little dicey, and few have the navigational skills and...

Dressed for Success

“Right now, we’re focused on filling people’s homes with happiness and joy,” says Beth Ann Shepherd, principal of Dressed Design. As a designer, Shepherd has brought her idiosyncratic style to the homes of...

Kimball Art Center Opens Door to New Location at The YARD

The Ely Garage on the corner of Heber Ave. and Park Ave. dutifully served as the Kimball Art Center’s home for decades after opened in 1976. Its weathered brick façade became the...

Highland Flats Reignites Park City Affordable Housing Debate

Another patch of open space in Park City, another battlefield over development. This particular parcel, a 40-acre spot near the intersection of US-40 and I-80, is the potential future home of a...

Where Can You Get A Drink Around Park City?

Of all the things Covid has taken away, revelry and grabbing a drink with friends ranks admittedly low on the list of priorities. But people in Park City have a rich history...

Join the National Ability Center for Red White and Snow Fundraiser

The National Ability Center (NAC) is getting ready to uncork a major fundraising effort after a year navigating the coronavirus pandemic. The 17th annual Red White and Snow event will take place...

Park City Mountain Closes Backcountry Access After Another Fatal Avalanche

The backcountry access gates at Park City Mountain are closed indefinitely per a directive from the resort’s management. The closure follows the a fatal avalanche accident in backcountry terrain adjacent to the...

Hideout Annexation in Plain Sight

It’s all over but for the shouting. The controversial annexation of 350 acres of land in Summit County by the municipality of Hideout was approved following a 3-2 vote by the Hideout...
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