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Foraging at Park City Farmers Market

When the weather warms, the lower parking area in Canyons Village morphs into a delightful sensory experience. Every Wednesday from mid-May to October, Park City Farmers Market vendors fill the space with a rainbow of colors and smells — selling the best in local produce, baked goods, flowers, and fine cheeses. The variety of product
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Features

The Silver Queen of Park City

Socialite, fashion icon, businesswoman by way of self-preservation, European royal by marriage, and embodiment of the Gilded Age. Meet America’s Silver Queen: Susanna Bransford Emery Holmes Delitch Engalitcheff. During her 83 years of life, she was widowed four times, traveled the world, and had gained and almost entirely lost a fortune worth millions. In 1859,
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Features

7 Park City events you won’t want to miss in summer 2022

Olympic Day June 18 An afternoon celebrating the Olympic spirit with Olympians and Paralympians at the Utah Olympic Park. The event is free to all and is presented by the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation. Latino Arts Festival June 20-26 A celebration of the Latino and Hispanic cultures of Peru, Mexico, Chile, Brazil, Columbia, Argentina, and others
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Features

About the Cover: Summer 2022

My photo session with Alejandra Lara was a pleasure. I arrived with trepidation, not knowing what to expect of a woman from Chile who does “horse therapy.” I left with a huge smile on my face and joy in my heart, feeling like I too, had received a dose of good medicine. Alejandra is a
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Dining

60 years of Red Banjo Pizza

In 1962, the year that Mary Lou Toly opened Red Banjo Pizza Parlor on Main Street, “He’s a Rebel” by The Crystals was a hit, along with Bobby Pickett’s “Monster Mash,” The Orlons’ “Wah Watusi,” and Bobby Vinton’s “Roses Are Red (My Love).” JFK was in the White House and John Glenn became the first
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Dining

Blind Dog in Park City serves up family recipes, creates community

A life near the ocean laid the foundation for Penelope “Penn” Kinsey’s love of seafood. “I’m an east coast girl,” Penn says. “I was born and raised on oysters and blue crab. … I don’t remember learning how to shuck an oyster and I don’t remember eating my first oyster; they have just always been
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Dining

Slinging sushi in Park City

There is certainly no shortage of outstanding dining options on Park City’s Main Street. But for locals and visitors alike, one of the real standouts for many years has been Yuki Yama Sushi. The place is nearly always packed — and for good reason: Yuki Yama serves up some of the freshest and most creative
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Dining

The Market at Park City — more than a grocery store

The Market at Park City is more than a grocery store, it’s a venue for dozens of local and regional products — from honey and salsa to baked goods and cake mixes. All you have to do is spend some time perusing the aisles, keeping an eye out for the “Utah’s Own” sticker. At the
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Basecamp

Summit County Search and Rescue is on a mission to save lives

For nearly 50 years, Summit County Search and Rescue (SCSAR) has served the community by fulfilling its mission to save lives. The team operates under the Summit County Sheriff’s Office and is on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for rescues that can last anywhere from a couple hours to multiple days.
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MountainStyle Living

Pat Matheson works to help locals find housing in Park City

Mountainlands Community Housing Trust (MCHT) Executive Director Pat Matheson knows first-hand the challenges people face when looking for reasonably priced housing in Park City. “We were looking for a place that had two bedrooms for our small family, and literally there were only two apartments for rent that were year-round. The rest of them had
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