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[1 Nov 2009 | One Comment | Casey]

The Park City Ski Swap is considered “One of the best ski swaps in the country” by Ski Magazine and is being held this weekend! If you are looking for all the best new and used gear in Utah, this is the swap you don’t want to miss!
“The 37th annual Park City Ski Swap will take place November 6, 7 & 8 at the Basin Recreation Field House in Park City Utah. They are…

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[31 Oct 2009 | No Comment | Casey]

Park City’s Halloween festivities kicked off yesterday with PCMR’s sponsored Thriller Snow Dance at the base of the town lift with over 100 people participating in the Michael Jackson inspired event. Kids, locals, and PCMR employees got together to try and break the world record of ‘thriller’ dancers in order to pay tribute to M.J., Halloween, and encourage the snow gods to give us another fabulous winter season.
If you missed the “Thriller” snow dance,…

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[22 Oct 2009 | No Comment | Casey]

According to The Canyons press release this morning, Utah’s largest resort is excited to announce several changes within their Food and Beverage team. Most resorts in Park City are busy preparing new winter menus and are beginning to staff up for the seasons, and The Canyons is thrilled to have newly  appointed Chef Clement Gelas assisting their team. Gelas will be heading up the F & B team at The Grand Summit Hotel as their…

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[14 Oct 2009 | One Comment | Casey]

The Salt Lake City Weekly just released their 2009 Dining Guide featuring a round-up of Utah’s Top 100 restaurants, with almost 20% of them located in Park City. City Weekly writer Ted Scheffler has put together an amazing list of restaurants to try, many of my personal favorites, and many that I can’t wait to check out.
So without further ado, here is the list of Park City restaurants that made the Top 100 Utah…

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[12 Oct 2009 | No Comment | Casey]

According to SkiUtah.com, most of the ski resorts in Utah have already scheduled their anticipated opening dates. Park City has already been hit with a few snow storms and it looks like more are on their way this week.
The resorts in Little and Big Cottonwood Canyons have received upwards of 20″ in some spots already, making for some great early season riding. The TGR Message Boards have been alive with fresh trip reports from…

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[8 Oct 2009 | One Comment | Casey]

One of my fabulous blogging friend recently posted a new chili recipe on her blog Hail’s Kitchen. Considering that it’s snowed 5 times already this October (and mind you  it’s only the 8th), I just couldn’t wait to share her fabulous concoction with you all!
So without further ado, here it is:
Blue Ribbon, Kick Ass, Lick Your Bowl Clean Chili
1 pound ground meat — I used ground turkey
1 onion, diced
1 red…

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[7 Oct 2009 | No Comment | Casey]

Matchstick Production’s movie In Deep will be premiering this weekend in Park City, Utah at the Jim Santy Auditorium.
“For 2009, MSP Films takes an original look at the sport of skiing. All of the skiers in the film–park rat or big mountain charger–share a common bond: the overwhelming desires to ski. Each person finds stoke in his own unique way, whether it be a double cork 1260, a deep turn on a storm day…

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[6 Oct 2009 | 4 Comments | Casey]

Anyone who has any sort of eating restriction knows how annoying it can be to out to eat. After answering countless emails about Park City’s vegetarian restaurant options this year, I thought it would be a pretty good idea to list them here on our blog. Each restaurant has a link to the Park City Restaurant Guide so that you can read reviews on the restaurant. I’ve also included links to each restaurant’s menu so…

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[2 Oct 2009 | No Comment | Casey]

Dana Williams, long time local and mayor of Park City since 2000, is campaigning for what would be his third term in office. Thanks to Dana, Park City has grown into a better community and has stayed true to it’s laid back mountain town heritage. As Park City’s Mayor, Dana has helped forge a community that encourages locals to participate in numerous forms of government, voice their opinions, and preserve open space. Dana has been…