Disney's THE LION KING Opens Saturday, March 25 at the Eccles Theater in Salt Lake City

Mar 24 8:54pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
The Salt Lake City return of Disney's The Lion King opens tomorrow, Saturday, March 25 at 8:00pm at the Eccles Theater for, a limited engagement of four weeks through Sunday, April 16.  In Salt Lake City,The Lion King will play Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7:30pm, Fridays at 8:00pm, Saturdays at 2:00pm and 8:00pm, Sundays at 1:00pm and 6:30pm, along with weekday matinees on Thursday, March 30 and Friday, April 14 at 2:00pm.   Thus far sales have exceeded our expectations, but patrons are encouraged to contact the box office for best availability, said John Ballard, MagicSpace Entertainment.
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Our Favorite Park City Local Food Artisans

Mar 24 6:43pm Park City Real Estate Agent Nancy Tallman
As much as we like to talk about our favorite Park City activities, the mountain views we enjoy, or the fresh air we breathe, we often forget to mention the food! Residents and visitors love Park City food, and for good reason. Experienced craftsman bring us fresh, organic and carefully-crafted foods each day. Here is justRead more › The post Our Favorite Park City Local Food Artisans appeared first on Park City Real Estate Agent Nancy Tallman.
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BYU football: Despite four season-ending injuries, Taysom Hill still has NFL aspirations

Mar 24 6:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo • Running back Jamaal Williams, linebacker Harvey Langi, safety Kai Nacua, cornerback Michael Davis, defensive end Sae Tautu, receiver Colby Pearson and interior offensive lineman Andrew Eide were all happy with their performances at BYU’s Pro Day on Friday. So who turned the most heads, made the biggest splash in front of representatives from all 32 National Football League teams at the Indoor Practice Facility? That would be quarterback Taysom Hill, naturally. Not invited to February’s N... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Court Report: March 25-28, 2017

Mar 24 6:06pm Park Record
According to the Summit County Attorney's Office, the following cases were heard on Monday, March 20, in 3rd District Court at the Summit County Justice Center: Caitlyn B. Carpenter, 23, of Windsor, California, entered a guilty plea to attempted possession of a controlled substance with […]...
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Local basketball athletes make all-state teams

Mar 24 6:03pm Park Record
As March Madness continues in full swing through the weekend, the local high school teams are learning who made it as an all-state selection. The Deseret News released its all-state team lists for all classifications, and all three Summit County schools were represented. In order […]...
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UOP to celebrate the end of winter with Ski Meister

Mar 24 6:03pm Park Record
The Utah Olympic Park will host its Ski Meister celebration on Saturday. The event was created seven years ago as an end-of-the-season celebration for the athletes, and their families, involved in the Park's many youth winter sports. Each year, team members from programs such as […]...
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Water polo teams cap impressive week with wins over Brighton

Mar 24 6:03pm Park Record
The Park City High School boys' and girls' water polo teams took to the pool for contests with Brighton at the Park City Aquatic Center on Wednesday evening. The girls' team was first in action, besting the visiting team 17-8, while the boys' team quickly […]...
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Local Rowmarkers qualify for U16 Nationals

Mar 24 6:03pm Park Record
Rowmark Ski Academy's U16 team returned from the Western Region Championships with great results. Park City residents Elena Zipp, Danika Mannelin and Carter Louchheim all qualified to advance to the U16 National Championships next weekend in Sugarloaf, Maine. Teammates Greg Oszanskyj and Mary Bocock qualified […]...
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Sports Briefs, March 25, 2017

Mar 24 6:03pm Park Record
Spring Break Camp Park City Recreation's Spring Break Camp will entertain kids ages 6-12 and is held April 10-14 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the City Park Recreation building. Activities include a week of fun with bouldering, arts and crafts, games and some […]...
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Letters to the Editor, March 25-28, 2017

Mar 24 6:03pm Park Record
WWII vet tells Trump: Do not built this wall Editor: As a 90-year-old Marine veteran of WWII, I remember many things that seem to be forgotten in this era. For instance, a big wall built to separate two countries. At the end of WWII, Germany […]...
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Rec Report, March 25, 2017

Mar 24 6:03pm Park Record
PARK CITY MOUNTAIN As of Friday morning, Park City Mountain Resort had 39 of 41 lifts and 312 of 336 runs open. The resort reports six inches of snow in the last 48 hours and 392 total inches of snow this season. The base depth […]...
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Nuking Kimball Junction

Mar 24 6:03pm Park Record
Summit County has obtained nuclear weapons, and is preparing to use them. I know we are living in a fact-free world these days, but consider the evidence. The County is forming a Blue Ribbon Commission to develop a master plan for Kimball Junction, extending from […]...
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Park City School District should be lauded for taking action

Mar 24 6:03pm Park Record
The Park City School District was boisterously — and rightly — criticized last spring when its failure to provide necessary accommodations for students with Type 1 diabetes became public. Likewise, the district should be commended when it tries to do better. Last summer, in response […]...
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PHOTOS: Springtime Jazz with Park City Bands

Mar 24 2:58pm Park Record
The Treasure Mountain, Park City High School JV and Varsity Jazz Ensembles performed at the Eccles Theatre Thursday evening, March 23, 2017, as part of the Park City Bands' Spring Jazz Concert. The event featured solos, jazz classics and tributes to the school's late classmate […]...
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PHOTOS: Park City water polo wins with a splash

Mar 24 2:26pm Park Record
The Park City High School water polo team played against Brighton High School Wednesday evening, March 22, 2017, at the Park City Aquatic Center. The Miners beat the Bengals 12-6. (Tanzi Propst/Park Record)...
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Cuisine of northern Italy finds a home in SLC at Veneto, but don't bet on good service

Mar 24 1:34pm Food - The Salt Lake Tribune
Italy has always been one of my favorite travel destinations. It offers the trifecta of experiences, where history, wine and culinary adventures abound. The country also boasts a vast array of dining, from risotto and meats in the north to seafood and pizza in the south and pasta, wine and cheese in between. So it was with excitement that, after lamenting the shuttering of Forage, I rejoiced at the coming of a northern Italian ristorante the likes of which Salt Lake had not experienced before. ... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Gordon Ramsay challenges amateur cook

Mar 24 1:18pm SLCeats
If you’re looking for a laugh, this might be the ticket. Some language, though (it’s Gordon Ramsay).
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PHOTOS: Local businesses embrace National Puppy Day

Mar 24 1:04pm Park Record
Nuzzles & Co. partnered with Uber to bring adoptable puppies to local businesses on National Puppy Day Thursday, March 23, 2017. Businesses could request a puppy Uber and would receive the two 10-week-old Dachshund-mix puppies at their offices to play with for a brief period […]...
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PHOTOS: For The Record | March 23, 2017

Mar 24 12:31pm Park Record
In this week's collection of portraits from For The Record, we asked people around town if they think Park City is getting too busy during the ski season and how they’re dealing with it. (Tanzi Propst/Park Record)...
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Utah forecast: Of sunny, then wet cycles -- and the pollen tsunami

Mar 24 9:34am Weather - The Salt Lake Tribune
Northern Utahns got a mild, sunny break Friday, the day after record-setting rainstorms could have had some furtively looking for animals, birds and reptiles pairing up. But while Friday’s forecast for highs in the low-60s throughout the Wasatch Front seemed to underscore the “no” in story of Noah, Saturday was to see water-laden clouds return, bringing showers to the Salt Lake and Tooele valleys once more. Still, this weekend’s wetness was not expected to rival that of Thursday, when Salt Lake ... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Park City Real Estate Best Buy Of The Week: Windrift Condo Central To It All!

Mar 24 9:00am
Our Park City real estate best buy this week is a newly listed Windrift condo that is central to all that Park City has to offer.  This Park City condo has been completely remodeled with new kitchen, bathrooms, carpet, and hardwood floors.  It is move-in ready and is the ideal location right next to a stream and walking/biking trails.  It is close to grocery stores, shopping, Old Town, Deer Valley Resort, and Park City or Canyons ski area.  The free Park City transit system also has a stop just a short walk away.  It is also on the end of a cul-de-sac so you get privacy and some views.  There is also a community pool for use in the summer and tennis courts.This condo has a large deck from from the living room area then another deck off the the two bedrooms on the main level.  There is an amazing upper level bedroom with a skylight and it's own bathroom.  The large vaulted ceilings in the living room area and gas fireplace makes the place feel warm and open.This the only condo under one million listed in the Park Meadows area.  With the location and beautiful remodel this won't last long.  Give us a call today to schedule a showing or to find out more about Park City real estate. Click the link below to see the price and more photos.Park City Condo Best Buy*Photo courtesy of Coldwell Banker Newpark[caption id= attachment\_9691 align= alignleft width= 640 ] Beautifully remodeled bathrooms you must see![/caption]...
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Pioneer Theatre Company Presents Readings of THE ICE FRONT by Eric Samueslen

Mar 24 6:53am BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
Pioneer Theatre Company presents the third and final installment in the 2016-2017 Play-by-Play season, The Ice Front by Eric Samuelsen. ...
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Dish of the Week: Veneto's housemade bigoli pasta

Mar 24 3:34am Food - The Salt Lake Tribune
$22 • Highlighting Veneto’s housemade spaghetti-style pasta, the bigoli made for a perfectly al dente bite when topped with minced duck and vegetables. Drier than a typical sauce, the duck ragu offered a filling and flavorful introduction to this often-seen northern Italian dish. Veneto • 370 E. 900 South, Salt Lake City; 801-359-0708 or venetoslc.com. Open Monday-Saturday, 5:30 to 10 p.m. — Heather L. King <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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The Ziegfeld Theater presents Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Mar 23 11:54pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
Hot on the heels of the new film release, The Ziegfeld Theater presents the stage adaptation of the beloved animated classic, Disney's Beauty and the Beast. In this theatrical telling, the movie score by Alan Menken, Howard Ashman and Tim Rice is expanded with soaring new melodies sure to enchant audiences of all ages. It's everything to love about the film and more in a stage spectacular.
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BYU basketball: Has curtain been drawn on Eric Mika era at BYU?

Mar 23 6:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
A few minutes after he met with reporters Wednesday afternoon at the Marriott Center Annex and answered questions about why he has put his name into the NBA Draft, BYU sophomore center Eric Mika walked downstairs and began putting up shots at the school’s new basketball practice facility. Moments later, Mika and a couple of his teammates — Jamal Aytes and Elijah Bryant — closed the automated curtain so the court could not be observed from the media viewing area where the Cougars’ best player f... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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7 Types of Skiers Youll See on the Slopes

Mar 23 4:47pm Lifestyle – Stay Park City
From the four-year-old prodigy to the guy who still wears rear-entry boots, we're showcasing our favorite types of skiers. The post 7 Types of Skiers You’ll See on the Slopes appeared first on Stay Park City.
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WELCOME TO COLLIES BAR IN PARK CITY

Mar 23 4:31pm Park City Vacation Rentals Blog
Welcome to Collie’s Bar in Park City, one of the nicest spots to sit down, relax, and grab a drink or some grub! One of the best things about this Park City favorite is the outside seating. You are literally a stones throw away from the town lift. It’s a perfect sports bar type of place The post WELCOME TO COLLIES BAR IN PARK CITY appeared first on Park City Vacation Rentals Blog.
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Registration for Park Citys 38-mile relay race, Running with Ed, is now open

Mar 23 3:29pm Park Record
The Park City Education Foundation's annual event, Running with Ed, is on May 20, 2017. Registration to run in this 38 mile relay race is now open. Registration will close on April 14. To get you pumped and ready for the race, here is a […]...
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CHARIOTS OF FIRE to Make U.S. Premiere at BYU

Mar 23 2:55pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
The BYU Department of Theatre and Media Arts presents the U.S. premiere of Chariots of Fire.
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BYU football: Competition intense to replace Williams in Cougars' backfield

Mar 23 1:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo • Star running back Jamaal Williams and more than a dozen of his departing BYU teammates will show scouts from dozens of NFL teams what they can do Friday when the Cougars hold their annual Pro Day at the Indoor Practice Facility on campus. Meanwhile, competition in spring camp has been fierce among five or so candidates hoping to replace the all-time leading rusher in BYU football history. Or the Cougars may elect to use a group approach after relying on the senior Williams to be the work... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Ducks Unlimited launches new season of online film series

Mar 23 1:34pm Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
Hunters who enjoy learning about wildlife management and hearing stories can watch a new series of movies online. Ducks Unlimited is launching another season of its “DU Films” in March. A preview of this year’s series as well as films from previous seasons can be watched at www.ducks.org/dufilms. DU officials say that each film features footage coupled with a story about waterfowl hunters, and conversations about hunting and giving back to the resource. Films this year include passing on hunting... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Kragthorpe: Eric Mika may have improved too quickly, for BYU's sake

Mar 23 11:35am BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
If the legacy of BYU’s “Lone Peak Three” becomes a case of failing to live up to expectations, the irony will be that it happened mainly because Eric Mika became too good, too soon. The 6-foot-10 Mika is exploring the NBA draft with the option of returning to BYU, as rules allow, just as Utah State’s Jalen Moore did last year and Utah’s Kyle Kuzma is doing this spring. Mika’s case may be different than the others for two reasons: He sounds determined to prove that’s he ready for the NBA, and he ... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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It's a frybread fiesta as southern Utah town celebrates Navajo, Ute and Mormon pioneer culture

Mar 23 11:35am Food - The Salt Lake Tribune
American Indian culture and Mormon pioneer heritage come together on Saturday, April 8, during a one-day town festival that celebrates ­the goodness of deep-fried dough. The Founders Day and Frybread Festival, in the southern Utah town of Bluff, will “recognize contributions made by the earliest residents of the area and embrace the Navajo, Ute and Mormon pioneer cultures,” organizers wrote in a news release announcing the free one-day event. A hearty helping of frybread — sometimes called Utah ... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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FROM MINING TOWN TO SKI TOWN: THE GREAT TRANSFORMATION OF PARK CITY

Mar 23 11:00am Explore Park City
Park City was a mining town long before it became a ski destination.  It was once deemed a ghost town. That’s right. Park City, Utah, now one of the most buzzing destinations around, has been through some rough-and-tumble times. The now resort town was once the site of a silver mining boom more than a century ago.
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Utah forecast: Rain, snow, sunshine -- repeat

Mar 23 9:35am Weather - The Salt Lake Tribune
Ah, springtime in the Rockies. Record-breaking heat one day, torrents of valley rain and flurries of mountain snow the next. Thursday dawned with sheets of water shrouding the Wasatch Front, flooding low-lying urban intersections and turning the morning commute on the region’s freeways and highways into vehicular hydroplaning adventures. The heavy precipitation was suspected in numerous power outages, most of them 100 customers or less in size, though more than 6,000 Provo City Power clients wer... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Park City Institute Reveals First Confirmed Performance Of The Season

Mar 23 7:53am BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
American Acoustic, a tour featuring Punch Brothers and I'm With Her, with jazz guitarist and composer Julian Lage is the first confirmed act of the 2017 St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Nights Concert Series, playing Tuesday August 15, 2017, Teri Orr, executive director of Park City Insitute, announced March 17.
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Sugg powers BYU past No. 11 Utah

Mar 23 12:35am BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo • BYU sophomore slugger Libby Sugg is going to petition that BYU and Utah get together more than once a year to renew their softball rivalry. The 804 fans who witnessed Wednesday’s intense, well-played contest would probably agree. Sugg hit a pair of two-run home runs — the first a disputed blast that cleared the left-field foul pole and the second a no-doubt bomb over the center-field fence — and McKenna Bull struck out five in a complete-game performance as the Cougars edged the No. 11 ... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Park City Institute presents Sarah Koenig and Julie Snyder, Creators of Peabody-Award-Winning SERIAL Podcast, 4/1

Mar 22 11:52pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
Park City Institute presents SERIAL: NPR's Sarah Koenig and Julie Snyder, on the Eccles Center Stage, Saturday April 1, at 7:30 PM. The creators of NPR's groundbreaking podcast will take audiences behind the scenes of their pioneering podcast, in their talk, Bingeworthy Journalism. ...
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BYU-Utah softball: Sugg powers Cougars past Utes

Mar 22 11:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo • BYU sophomore slugger Libby Sugg is going to petition that BYU and Utah get together more than once a year to renew their softball rivalry. The 804 fans who witnessed Wednesday’s intense, well-played contest would probably agree. Sugg hit a pair of two-run home runs — the first a disputed blast that cleared the left-field foul pole and the second a no-doubt bomb over the center-field fence — and McKenna Bull struck out five in a complete-game performance as the Cougars edged the No. 11 U... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Guest Conductor Richard Egarr Makes His Utah Symphony Debut on an All-Bach Program

Mar 22 10:52pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
On March 24 and 25 at 7:30 PM, guest conductor Richard Egarr takes to the podium, leading the Utah Symphony in an evening of music by Johann Sebastian Bach. Also featured on the program are Utah Symphony Principal Flutist Mercedes Smith and Concertmaster Madeline Adkins. Tickets start at $21 ($15 for students), and can be purchased at www.utahsymphony.org or by calling (801) 533-6683.
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BYU basketball: Eric Mika puts name in NBA Draft, does not sign with agent

Mar 22 7:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo • While announcing that he will put his name into the NBA Draft pool, sophomore Eric Mika said that he’s serious about leaving and playing professionally the rest of his career. “I expect to do well,” Mika said at a Wednesday afternoon news conference in the school’s new basketball practice facility. “I wouldn’t be entering my name, I wouldn’t be making a big deal about it if I wasn’t expecting to do well and get drafted. I have confidence in myself and my abilities and am hopeful I will g... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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BYU football: Riley Burt is back and ready to roll for Cougs after redshirt season

Mar 22 4:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo - Midway through his freshman season, BYU's Riley Burt took a handoff from Tanner Mangum and ripped off a tackle-breaking 41-yard run against Cincinnati at LaVell Edwards Stadium. The display of power, quickness and speed in 2015 made it appear that the Cougars had found their next great ball-carrier, and an adequate replacement in case Jamaal Williams didn't make it back for his final year of eligibility. Well, Williams made it back, but Burt didn't. He redshirted in 2016 and watched from... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Wasatch wildflower update: Early blooms emerging in low places

Mar 22 4:34pm Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
On of my favorite traditions of spring and summer is to chase the wildflower blooms uphill. I love following the flora of the Wasatch and learning how it interacts with slope, aspect and elevation to create different displays at different times. Trying to identify the plants makes hiking like a scavenger hunt for me. This year I’m going to share my little finds in a hiking log here. I’m not looking for anything rare — just whatever is in bloom. It may give you ideas of places to hike and take yo... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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BYU basketball: Eric Mika puts name in for NBA Draft, but won't hire an agent

Mar 22 3:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
To no one’s surprise, BYU forward Eric Mika announced Wednesday that he will test his NBA draft stock. The Cougars’ 6-foot-10 star, who just completed his sophomore season, will enter his name for the 2917 NBA Draft, but will preserve his college eligibility by not hiring an agent. Mika can now be invited to workouts by NBA teams beginning April 25. The deadline to withdraw from the NBA Draft while maintaining NCAA eligibility is May 24. “I’m excited to declare for the NBA Draft and I’m look... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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PHOTOS: Cafe Open Mic Night is more than just talent

Mar 22 3:10pm Park Record
The Park City Library hosts a Cafe Open Mic Night every Tuesday evening beginning at 7 p.m. for all ages. The free event offers a space for attendees to play music, recite poetry or play a board game while enjoying small snacks. (Tanzi Propst/Park Record)...
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Drought, then winter conditions could reduce number of buck deer hunting permits in Utah

Mar 22 1:34pm Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
While the number of buck deer permits have mostly increased in recent years, there will be a slight decrease this year if the Utah Wildlife Board adopts recommendations from the Division of Wildlife Resources. Drought conditions, followed by a tough winter in some parts of Utah, could lead to those reductions. Permits for other species, such as desert bighorn sheep, bison and pronghorn, could increase. The proposals will be heard starting next week at Regional Advisory Councils. The wildlife boa... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Restaurant review: Cuisine of northern Italy finds a home in Salt Lake City at Veneto

Mar 22 1:34pm Food - The Salt Lake Tribune
Italy has always been one of my favorite travel destinations. It offers the trifecta of experiences, where history, wine and culinary adventures abound. The country also boasts a vast array of dining, from risotto and meats in the north to seafood and pizza in the south and pasta, wine and cheese in between. So it was with excitement that, after lamenting the shuttering of Forage, I rejoiced at the coming of a northern Italian “ristorante” the likes of which Salt Lake had not experienced before... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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At Central Ninth, grab a coffee and watch Salt Lake City's newest urban food scene take shape

Mar 22 11:34am Food - The Salt Lake Tribune
If you build a coffee shop, the restaurants, bars and a neighborhood market will come. That’s the story in Salt Lake City’s Central Ninth neighborhood after Blue Copper Coffee — formerly No Brow — moved in. The shop, which already had a devoted following, became a natural gathering spot for those living in the neighborhood’s historic bungalows and multi-family apartments. Soon, others who wanted to open a restaurant and bar started coming. “They saw the potential in the neighborhood and said, ‘... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Utah forecast: Mid-50s north, 60s in the south herald more 'sensible' spring weather

Mar 22 9:34am Weather - The Salt Lake Tribune
Finally, after two weeks of daytime temperatures well normal, Utah is settling down to what forecasters more “sensible weather” for early spring: wet, windy and highs in the low- to mid-50s. After Salt Lake City set or tied five records this month alone — the capital hit 75 on Tuesday, edging out a 1972 mark of 74 degrees — a Pacific storm system settled over the Wasatch Front by Wednesday morning. Highs from the midweek through the weekend will be in the 50-60 range, on target for the 55-degree... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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BYU basketball: Seljaas returns home after 10 months on mission to get sore shoulder examined; future unclear

Mar 21 11:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
It is still way too early to know if he will rejoin the BYU basketball team this fall, but sophomore shooting ace Zac Seljaas is back in Utah after living in Iowa the past 10 months as a missionary for the LDS Church. Generally, LDS Church missions are two years in duration. According to two sources with direct knowledge of the situation said Seljaas, from Bountiful, returned home Monday night because the shoulder he injured as a freshman at BYU last winter continues to cause pain and discomfo... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Taj Mahal

Mar 21 6:52pm Park Record
It was love at first sight. The first time Yossarian saw the chaplain he fell madly in love with him. — Joseph Heller, Catch 22 I first arrived at the blues in its more primitive non-jazz form through my brother McGee and the countercultural coterie […]...
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Talent floods water polo team rosters

Mar 21 6:38pm Park Record
When looking at Park City High School Athletics, the swim teams tend to stick out. Both the girls' and boys' teams are four-time defending 3A state champions, with swimmers that are some of the best in the state at their respective events. While some are […]...
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Miners take advantage of Stansbury miscues in win

Mar 21 6:38pm Park Record
The Park City High School boys' soccer team is hoping to jump to the top of Region 10 this season. To accomplish its goal, the team needs to take care of business against Stansbury High School, the defending region champion. Its players did so on […]...
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Park City Ski Team hosts Divisional Championships

Mar 21 6:38pm Park Record
Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR) and the Park City Ski Team (PCST) hosted top athletes from across three states for the Intermountain Division Championships on March 17-19. Two-hundred athletes and several hundred spectators gathered at the base of PCMR's race arena to contest giant slalom, […]...
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Sports Briefs, March 22, 2017

Mar 21 6:38pm Park Record
PC Recreation Summer Program Registration The new edition of Play Magazine, Park City Recreation's digital resource for youth and adult recreation offerings is now available online. Registration for all summer programs opens on April 1. Some programs fill up quickly, so be sure to view […]...
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Utah up next for 2019 World Championships

Mar 21 6:38pm Park Record
With the conclusion of the 2017 FIS World Championships in Sierra Nevada, Spain, the United States is taking center stage as the host nation for the bi-annual event. Utah ski destinations Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain and Solitude Mountain Resort will host skiing and […]...
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Letters to the Editor, March 22-24, 2017

Mar 21 6:38pm Park Record
Park City Fire Chief: please take care of our firefighters Editor: I am writing this letter to express my concern for our firefighters in Park City. In light of the tragic death of Kurt Peterson last month, it has left me concerned as to the […]...
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Rec Report, March 22, 2017

Mar 21 6:38pm Park Record
PARK CITY MOUNTAIN As of Tuesday morning, Park City Mountain Resort had 39 of 41 lifts and 317 of 336 runs open. The resort reports zero inches of snow in the last 48 hours and 386 total inches of snow this season. The base depth […]...
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Guest editorial: Creative housing for seasonal workers

Mar 21 6:38pm Park Record
Sometimes I see things differently. To create different results, as a community we need to do things differently. Currently, we are focused on doing the same things (essentially) and expecting change. Unfortunately, life does not work that way. Many Parkites work at the resorts to […]...
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How Well Do Park Citys Single Family Home Listings Match Park Citys Buyers Needs?

Mar 21 5:59pm Blog – Park City Real Estate Agent Nancy Tallman
Trulia.com published the graph below in an article that analyzed the national housing inventory as mismatched between the homes available and price points where buyers are searching for properties. I decided to take a look at the Park City numbers to see if there is a blog-worthy story. I only looked at single-family homes, (notRead more › The post How Well Do Park City’s Single Family Home Listings Match Park City’s Buyers’ Needs? appeared first on Park City Real Estate Agent Nancy Tallman.
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