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MountainStyle Living

Park City in a nutshell

The first thing you might notice about Park City is the snow-covered hills that give way to frosty mountains, or the 19th-century buildings that line historic Main Street. It’s a town that’s described as beautiful, historic, and bustling. But look deeper and you’ll quickly learn that the city is made up of several distinct neighborhoods,
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A new take on tradition with JW Bennett

“There are not many women who make hats this way in the world,” says Sarah Kjorstad, as she explains how she makes the handmade hats sold at JW Bennett, a custom hat company she founded in Jackson Hole. The stylish felt hats, which are sold out of the Jackson flagship location and the new shop
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Caroline Gleich is saving the planet one summit at a time

Snow crunches underfoot as she takes one step, then another, climbing higher and higher. The goal: the summit in front of her and the preservation of that snowcapped peak for generations to come. “As a child, I dreamed of being a skier and mountaineer,” says Caroline Gleich, who grew up in Minnesota and moved to
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Park City Gardens educates and creates space for the plant-loving community

Ask Sophy Kohler about her professional goals and she’ll tell you straight up: “To have my hands dirty, and to be surrounded by flowers and plants as much as possible.” Considering Sophy is the owner of Park City Gardens (formerly Park City Nursery), it’s safe to say she’s on point with her career goals. When
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5 Park City summer events you won’t want to miss in 2021

1. Park City Farmers Market May 19-October 27 If you’re looking for organic, Utah-grown produce and products, there’s arguably no better place to go than Park City Farmers Market. Bring along a reusable bag or two and enjoy perusing the stands — the market takes place every Wednesday from 12 to 5 p.m. 2. Park City
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On the Move

The day’s first patient arrives at the hospital in El Salvador on horseback. She dismounts with a grimace, the pain in her hips radiating through her entire body. Despite the agony of the journey, she’s here to get a free surgery: a new hip. This woman is just one of hundreds of patients Dr. Aaron
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The Art of Community

Maintain distance and connect. Indulge your senses and cover your face. To ensure health and safety while fulfilling our craving for authentic social interaction, space and creativity are key. Jude Grenney, owner and curator of J GO Gallery has both. Jude grew up in Logan and attended college out of state, earning a degree in
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Drool-Worthy

We all remember learning about Pavlov’s dogs back in school, right? And I am here to testify that our dogs, Ricky and Beau, start drooling the minute someone opens the kitchen pantry door and reaches for a dog treat. So, what name could be better for a company specializing in drool-worthy gourmet dog biscuits than
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Ingenious Park City

Ariel Garten, the renowned neuroscientist and artist, has said, “You have to, in some ways, trust in the human spirit and in human ingenuity.” This winter, that trust is well placed in Park City. Ingenuity has always been a recurring theme in Park City life, especially in the face of adversity. When the town burned
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Mountain Town Ingenuity

Human ingenuity is nothing new. It’s the reason why we’re able to stay warm during sub-zero cold snaps, walk on top of the snow, and enjoy fresh sushi in the middle of winter. If you think about it, examples of human ingenuity are everywhere — from the phone you have in your pocket to the
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