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Life on the Ledge

Feb 16, 2017 /

Breaking barriers with a Park City-made independent film. If Oscar Wilde was right about life imitating art and we seek a future where all people are represented, perhaps someone needs to create that world on screen first. Lindsay Wilner is trying to do just that with her new film Ledge Dweller. Wilner’s screenplay challenges the […]

Code Pink: Park City’s Crisis of Teen Overdoses

Feb 15, 2017 /

PC’s overdose deaths trigger a high alert. Six months ago, few parents had heard of U-4770. Then, two 13-year-old Treasure Mountain Junior High School students overdosed on the synthetic opioid, sometimes called “pink or “pinkie.” Police Chief Wade Carpenter is working closely with the school district to keep dangerous drugs out of students’ hands. Carpenter, […]

Art on the Wild Side in Park City

Feb 1, 2017 /

Thirty-Three celebrates independent spirits. Kimball Art Center greets Sundance with a celebration of alt-films in an exhibition co-curated by Morgan Spurlock (CNN’s Morgan Spurlock: Inside Man and the films The Greatest Movie Ever Sold and Super Size Me) and Jensen Karp, director of Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles. Thirty-Three: Celebrating 33 Years of the Independent […]

Events in Park City

Jan 5, 2017 /
Sundance Film Festival 2016

Cirque Eloize Cirque du Soleil is great, but Las Vegas is terrible and not all of us are looking for an entertainment environment that feels like a fever dream. Thankfully Cirque Éloize is bringing their new show “Saloon” to the Eccles Center stage on Feb. 21 and 22 for a unique take on the Wild […]