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Sundance Swag Bag 2015
Every year, Park City Television puts together a wonderful gift bag for all the actors, musical guests, and filmmakers that come by the station to share their Sundance experience with us. Check out this bag reveal for Sundance 2015! Here's...
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No Pass Sundance. Festing is Alive And Well For The Average Joe
By Jill Adler This year, we say goodbye to L’Oreal (and MorningStar Farms veggie burgers). but that doesn't mean there isn't a whole lot of other things to do and see in Park City during the Sundance Film Festival when you’re not skiing. Wait...
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Guess Who's Coming To Sundance?
By Jill Adler Its hard to explain why we are so hungry for photos of actors; even when we constantly see them in magazines and on the big screen. The whole paparazzi thing is so nuts that people have died, sued and written books on the subject.
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Kids in the Outdoors (Indoors) - The Outdoor Retailer Show is For All
By: Jill Adler Sage was an 0R baby. Born August 2006; smack in the middle of the summer Outdoor Retailer show in Salt Lake City, Utah. I attended the outdoor demo day in 100-degree heat, hiking trails for the Magellan scavenger hunt, the next day...
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Black Tie Ski Rentals of Park City
The local's secret to the Sundance Film Festival is that skiing is prime and the slopes are empty. Because most of our visitors are in town to see films, Park City's 3 world class resorts are but a ghost town and with the storm that hit this...
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White God Coming To Sundance and It’s Not The Ski Kind
By Jill Adler I don’t usually get excited this early over Sundance films but I started to drool when a notice about White God crossed my computer. I had just finished tweeting about the new changes in breed ban laws in Utah and here is a movie...
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Alta's Trees
Alta’s Trees and How The Snow Did This Weekend By Jill Adler It almost feels like old times. It snowed a foot all day Sunday and we woke to gorgeous blue skies and temps in the 20s Monday to keep our new gift light and fluffy. Now, it really...
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Last Minute Gifts For Skiers
By Jill Adler We know that feeling- All the best gifts have been bought by now and you couldn’t possibly come up with something original… or could you? Snowlovers are an unusual breed. Yes, we can appreciate a good bottle of wine or a gift...
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Dog Treats Made With Snowflakes
Just in time to deck the halls, string up your doggies' stockings and stuff them with new Fruitables Dog Treats Vanilla Snowflake dog treats. They're the first and only treat made with real snowflakes from Crested Butte, Colo. Each limited...
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Alta Sits Pretty Despite Low Snow
By Jill Adler I heard they were opening the backside. We’re talking Alta Ski Area- steeps, lots of rocks, known for serious powder. And I thought yeah, maybe not. We haven't had a lick of snow in the last two weeks so I’m thinking it couldn't...
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Holiday Bazaar And Zumba tonight in Jeremy Ranch
Holiday Bazaar And Zumba tonight in Jeremy Ranch It's not too late to get your Zumba on tonight and do a little holiday shopping while you're at it. The party starts at Jeremy Ranch Country Club. 6:30 p.m.! When you finish up and wipe down,...
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Blinged Out Poles For Winter Good
Remember when you used to be able to ski everywhere on Thanksgiving; and November’s America’s Opening in Park City, Utah, drew crowds in the thousands? Yeah, not anymore. Our winters are about 20 days shorter in case you haven’t noticed.
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