Tagged with Salt Lake City

#BuildYourBlog Conference Draws Hundreds

#BuildYourBlog Conference Draws Hundreds

The hardest thing I have to deal with at this event is my own insecurity. I see 12-year-olds sitting next to me in these lectures. KIDS are getting in on the action. Continue reading

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#Leki Poles Uses eBay To Fight Climate Change

#Leki Poles Uses eBay To Fight Climate Change

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. Not everyone is super proactive about the environment but if you’re a skier or boarder … Continue reading

Judge Tells PCMR To Pay $17.5 Million Bond

    Oh Joy! We get to wait…again. It wouldn’t be a telenovela without a cliffhanger and the lawsuit between Park City Mountain Resort and Talisker Landholding LLC. wouldn’t be the biggest eviction case in the history of Utah without yet another delay. Judge Ryan Harris ruled in 3rd District Court of Summit County this … Continue reading

Summer in the Mountains

The snow melts and not only does nature spring from the barren trails but shorts-wearing, dog-toting, cycled-attached bodies sprout up as fast as wildflowers in July. Instead of skiing, boarding, snowshoeing and sledding, these tanned torsos and leathered toes tackle hiking, mountainbiking, festing, discing and even birdwatching. Some locals and visitors to Utah might even … Continue reading

Take the Bite Out of Summer

Take the Bite Out of Summer

It’s warm, it’s inviting and it’s all day. But playing outside in the summer isn’t always safe. Sure we get that the sun causes cancer, wrinkles and burns; that snakes bite and bees sting and ivy itches. However, a new report from the University of Missouri shows danger also lurks with man’s best friend. Approximately … Continue reading

Cotopaxi Questival Storms Into Utah

Cotopaxi Questival Storms Into Utah

Photos by Erica Jessop   Want to launch an unknown brand in a sea of well-known major players and expect to come out ahead? Do one of two things. Create a Questival or hire Davis Smith. The self-professed entrepreneur and BYU grad not only has a track record for finding and filling gaps in ecommerce … Continue reading

Utah Interconnect Closer to Reality?

(Photo by Ryan Freitas) It’s been bantered about since the demise of SkiLink and today, SkiUtah, shouldered by the managers of the seven Wasatch ski resorts, is poised to make the idea official. A press conference is scheduled for 2 p.m. to announce a lift-served interconnect set to rival anything in the U.S. ski industry. … Continue reading

2015 Season Ski Passes Already?

Are we really calling the end of the season already? It’s the second week of March and Vail Resorts has just put next year’s Epic Pass on sale while other resorts are rolling out spring pass offerings. Make a $49 down payment on an Epic Pass before April 13, 2014, and lock in the $729 … Continue reading

Who’s Coming To Sundance 2014?

Sundance Credential approved! But just as important as checking out the independent films in Park City, Utah, this week is checking out the independent filmmakers themselves. The buzz on the street is this year’s Sundance Film Festival is going to blow up. Which means you should expect to see hundreds of indie darling celebs- actors, … Continue reading