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Kimball Art Center shows what ‘Park City Collects’

November 18, 2018 — The original visual art of Takashi Murakami, Pedro Diego Alvarado, Alex Kanevsky and more have been loaned to the Kimball Art Center for its Park City Collects III exhibit, which will be on display until Jan. 6.

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Park City Museum looks at the real and imagined Manifest Destiny

November 17, 2018 — The conflicts surrounding the Louisiana Purchase are brought to the forefront in “Imprinting the West: Manifest Destiny Real and Imagined,” a new traveling exhibit that is at the Park City Museum’s Tozer Gallery through Jan. 7.

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Mind hive will be abuzz with Park City-based songwriters

November 16, 2018 — Singer-songwriters Bill McGinnis and a group of his musical compadres have noticed a misconception regarding Park City’s local music community.

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Nonprofits offer free family-friendly film screenings in Park City for Thanksgiving

November 16, 2018 — While many will head out of town to visit family and friends for Thanksgiving, there are others who opt to do the reverse. With that in mind, the Park City Library has teamed with Park City Film to offer free movie screenings during Thanksgiving break.

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What to do in Park City this weekend: musicals, affordable housing and the music crawl

November 15, 2018 —   For those who aren’t gearing up and getting a ski wax for Park City Mountain Resort’s opening day, Park City offers another weekend of shows, arts and fun before the winter season starts. For a full list of special events and weekly community events,

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Park City can pay a call on ‘The Addams Family’ at Egyptian Theatre

November 15, 2018 — While it may look as if the Ziegfeld Theater Company wants to keep the Halloween season alive with a two-weekend run of "The Addams Family," director Eb Madson has a different outlook: he thinks it's ideal for Turkey Day. "Yes, it's a fantastic show for

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Park City High School drama department exclaims ‘Mamma Mia!’

November 14, 2018 —   The Park City High School drama department, which includes Treasure Mountain Junior High students, got lucky last year. It landed the rights to the Tony Award-nominated musical "Mamma Mia!" a day before a local arts council put a lock on it, said drama teacher

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Utah Film Center will screen former Park City resident’s film ‘Campesino’

November 13, 2018 — Former Park City resident's Mia Tate's beautiful film "Campesino" juxtaposes the black and white photos of current Salt Lake City resident Carl Oelerich with the real-life stories of his subjects and his friendship with the Cuban tobacco farmers he photographs. An amateur photographer, Oelerich makes

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Health fair will shed light on diabetes

November 13, 2018 — More than 10.4 percent of Utah's adult population have been diagnosed with diabetes, and diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the United States, according to the American Diabetes Association. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate more than 100 million American

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Art bonds China with Park City

November 13, 2018 — Susan Swartz Studios, 260 Main St., hosted a delegation from the Chinese Embassy from Washington, D.C,, as well as Chinese dignitaries and notable Utah business and government leaders. The gathering was built upon the success of Swartz's recent solo exhibition at The Central Academy of

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Kimball Art Center gives out samples of its art classes

November 12, 2018 — The Kimball Art Center offers a new batch of art classes every quarter, and has been offering mini-introductions to what it has to offer with the Open Studio Events. People who attend these evenings get to know a little of what the nonprofit has to

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Irish pub inspired Alicia Stockman’s new single, ‘The Porter House’

November 11, 2018 — Alicia Stockman knew she wanted her debut single to be something special. The Park City singer-songwriter, who is known for her cover work with the local band Bonanza Town, wanted the song, titled "The Porter House," which was released on Nov. 2, to show off

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OSTON’s new single “Bad” can be found at Apple Music, Amazon, Spotify, iTunes and Soundcloud.

November 11, 2018 — Park City High School graduate Austin Wolfe has reached another milestone in her music career. The singer, whose professional name is OSTON, recently released her new pop single, "Bad." The song, which is available on major digital music services is the lead single of her

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‘A Midnight Clear’ honors Veterans Day and Park City

November 10, 2018 — Keith Gordon's 1992 war drama "A Midnight Clear" is a bridge that connects Park City Film and the Park City Historical Society. The film, which is scheduled to screen at 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 12, at the Park City Library's Jim Santy Auditorium, fits

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What to do in Park City this Weekend: Nov. 10

November 9, 2018 — This weekend, the Park City Film Series is in full swing and will include a cinema for kids activity Saturday afternoon. Other events include the Adopt-a-Native Rug Sale and auditions for the Park City Holiday Spectacular. For a full list of special events and weekly

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Renowned pianist Michael Gurt returns to the Beethoven Festival

November 9, 2018 — The Park City Beethoven Festival Concert Series continues this month as the Festival welcomes back award-winning virtuoso concert pianist Michael Gurt. The Gurt will perform two concerts, Friday, Nov. 9, and Saturday, Nov. 10, at Park City Community Church, 4501 N. S.R. 224. The Friday

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Navajo elders work long hours to prepare rugs for annual show

November 8, 2018 — When the 29th annual Adopt-a-Native Elder Navajo Rug Show and Sale opens on Friday at Deer Valley's Snow Park Lodge, executive director Linda Myers wants to make clear how much effort it takes for the weavers to make the rugs. It's much more complicated than

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Park City ballerina heads to world finals

November 7, 2018 — McCallister "Callie" Mick is ready for her next jeté. The Park City-based ballerina placed second in the classical group category for her renditions of "Giselle" and the "Medora" variation of "Le Corsaire" during the fifth World Ballet Art Competition Grand Prix semifinals on Sept. 23

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Live PC Give PC provides nonprofits a chance to share their missions

November 7, 2018 — Local nonprofits have their eyes fixed on Friday, a day that the Park City Community Foundation has set aside as this year's Live PC Give PC day of giving. From midnight to midnight, donors can open their wallets, purses or backpacks and donate to the

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Nonprofits flourish when residents Live PC Give PC

November 6, 2018 — Sammy Hagar once sang "you've got to give to live," and that's an idea shared by the Park City Community Foundation, which established Live PC Give PC eight years ago. The annual day of giving will occur Friday, Nov. 9, from midnight to midnight. During

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