I wandered down historic Main Street marveling at the glittering lights in the fresh, falling snow. Revelers spilled out of the Wasatch Brew Pub at the top of Main, while a block below, a line...
Who still uses a typewriter? Tom Clyde does. Don't judge.
"It is the responsibility of every citizen to roll up their sleeves and show up and help those elected make smart decisions about the future of our greater community and the microcosms of our country.”
Tom Kelly recently went on a skiing outing with the Park City Powder Cats. The powder was seemingly endless. So was the fun.
Columnist Tom Clyde says the biggest sleeper hit at Sundance 2020 was the improved traffic flow.
"I broke down in a puddle and he asked me what was wrong. I told him — in fairly hysterical terms — I COULD NOT have this baby on a holiday.”
"The math alone suggests the bill is shortsighted."
Tom Kelly is joined by hot chocolate expert Alex Lewis in search of Park City's best cup of cocoa.
This winter has alternated between bountiful powder days and 45-degree, muddy messes. Tom Clyde writes that this is what climate change could look like in Summit County.
"The question always floating around the festival is the ‘Sophie’s Choice’ one ... which one of the films was your favorite? Impossible to answer ... to choose.”
How does Deer Valley get that texture? Talk to the folks behind the joysticks of their snowcats, and it becomes apparent.
Are you preparing for a blizzard or for Hollywood? In Park City, Tom Clyde writes, there isn't much difference.
"They were here in Park City, Utah, and they were seeing the stars at night in their big sky natural habitat and that was remarkable.”
Last November's loosening of beer regulations proves that Utah has a lot to gain from legalizing adulthood.
To grow a skier, you often need to start young. More and more organizations are helping make that possible.
A bounty of powder days still means that, at some point, the snow needs to be plowed.
"It was just the heads of the animal characters of the zodiac brought to life. It was dizzying to look up and see them all and to meander between the animals.”
"Sundance may be a small ski area, but the mountain skis big!"
Trump's game of chicken with Iran consists of the same people, the same arguments and the same gaping moral vacuum.
"He told me I had a choice — between an ethical dilemma and a moral one. And I confessed, I didn’t know the difference.”