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Park City wants Sundance drama on screen, not on roads

Officials take steps to avoid a traffic jam like the one during holidays
01/26/2015 03:57 PM MST
Park City transit officials want the drama of the Sundance Film Festival to unfold on screen.Not on the roads. The festival opened less than a month after a terrible traffic jam unfolded across Park City... 
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Construction crews written out of Sundance Film Festival script
01/23/2015 04:53 PM MST - Main Street construction crews have been written out of the Sundance Film Festival script.Park City officials, leery of the impacts construction Read more...

Sundance-goers should know Park City has rules
01/26/2015 09:27 AM MST - The buzz about Sundance Film Festival entries had started by the time of the first screening on Thursday. The marketing campaigns were underway along Main Street.  Read more...

Sundance set change: move-in, move-out underway in Park City
01/20/2015 04:44 PM MST - The Sundance Film Festival move-out, move-in drill was well underway by Monday afternoon.Erin Evans, the director of operations for the Mountain Read more...

Sundance parking: there are rarely extras during festival
01/20/2015 05:03 PM MST - There are rarely any extras in Park City parking lots and garages during the Sundance Film Festival.Park City is expected to be jammed during Sundance, which opens on Thursday.  Read more...

Sundance's cast will include Kimball Art Center, even after a sale
01/20/2015 04:44 PM MST - By the time the opening credits roll for the Sundance Film Festival in 2016, an important festival venue could be under new ownership. Read more...

Truck complaints logged on Main Street
01/20/2015 04:44 PM MST - The Park City Police Department last weekend received at least three complaints about issues involving trucks or heavy machinery along Main Street. Read more...

Police Blotter, Jan. 21-23, 2015
01/20/2015 04:43 PM MST - On Sunday, Jan. 18 at 7:33 a.m., a municipal bus reportedly broke down at or close to the intersection of Bonanza Drive and Deer Valley Drive. Read more...

Old Town project chugs ahead as historic building craned into place
01/16/2015 05:46 PM MST - A project continues to chug ahead in Old Town.The Rio Grande developer on Wednesday moved a historic building back to the site eight months after it Read more...

European trip planned by City Hall, Summit County
01/16/2015 05:18 PM MST - Representatives from City Hall and the County Courthouse are expected to travel to Europe shortly as part of a group that will study transportation Read more...

  • Liens come and go for film studio site - 01/13/2015 04:23 PM MST
  • Penrod promoted to sergeant - 01/13/2015 04:30 PM MST
  • Police Blotter, Jan. 14-16, 2015 - 01/13/2015 04:23 PM MST
  • Park Avenue partially closed Tuesday - 01/09/2015 04:17 PM MST
  • Snowstorm sasquatch? Watch out for the Boston yeti

    BOSTON (AP) — The monster storm in Boston has brought with it another monster — a yeti. The white, furry phantom has been getting laughs by walking through the blizzard in a sasquatch suit. Full Story
    (Uncredited/AP)
    Kevin Spacey skips award shows to help aspiring Arab actors

    SHARJAH, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Kevin Spacey skipped the Screen Actors Guild awards, which handed him a win for his wildly popular role on "House of Cards", to watch 34 young actors from across the Arab world perform a play as part of his foundation's Home Grown initiative supporting local talent. Full Story
    (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP, File)
    Benedict Cumberbatch sorry for racist remark

    “The Imitation Game” actor was trying to address racial inequities in the film business when he referred to “colored actors” during a TV interview.