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Actor Logan Pierce finds hope and a fresh start in Park City

Logan Pierce is one of those people who has the drive and commitment to turn his dreams into reality. When roadblocks and hardships come, he turns toward hope, believing that good things will come. His story is proof of that. Logan was adopted into a Latter-day Saint family as an infant and spent his early
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Meet the newest CEO of Park City’s Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau

Flavor is a matter of taste, to state the obvious. Some like it hot, others not so much. There are successful recipes in every aspect of life, including those for tourist and resort towns. And when it comes to business, Jennifer Wesselhoff is the newest spice to be added to Park City’s recipe. She was
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The Mary Poppins of Park City

Katrina Kmak bubbles with enthusiasm, a quality that makes her the perfect youth services librarian. She sees her role as embodying two essential needs — the first is to connect with people and the second is to educate Park City’s young community. Before Katrina found Park City, she lived a life of traveling and acting.
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Jay Burke is wild about Park City’s single track

You’re barreling down the trail, careening around rocks and roots. Dust chokes and thighs scream. Ahead, a steep climb. Behind, 300 other cyclists bearing down on the same single track. You’re just two hours into the Park City Point 2 Point, one of the toughest endurance mountain bike races in the world. If you’re lucky,
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The Beat Goes On

Live music missed a beat when the coronavirus descended on Park City last spring — but the hiatus didn’t last long. Mountain Town Music (MTM), the beloved local nonprofit that annually inundates the town and county with hundreds of free outdoor concerts, attracting thousands of people, quickly found a way to keep the beat. “It
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Sharing the Love

Agostina Alvarez and Valentina Udabe both left Argentina for love. And after they both got married and settled into their new lives in Park City, they met through a close-knit group of local Argentines. Their friendship turned into a partnership with the creation of Tina’s Bakery, an Argentine bakery that was founded on the Argentine
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A Musical Voyage

Alicia Stockman’s musical journey started with a childhood Christmas wish for voice lessons. Luckily for us, her wish came true and her lifelong inquiry into the world of music began. She picked up her first instrument — a clarinet — in 6th grade and “learned the foundations of music, how to read music, and how
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Rock ‘n’ Roll Rabbi

If you’re into power pop (a musical sub-genre that originated when melodies started coming back into punk music), then you’re probably a fan of The Lilacs. Since 1990, the band has recorded The Lilacs Love You, The Lilacs Hate You, The Lilacs Rise Above the Filth, and Penelope. Frontman David Levinsky sings and plays guitar.
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The Sound of Courage

Terry Sidford moves with elegance through many roles: wife, mother, life coach, speaker, TV host, author. And these are just a few of the titles she wears. Her drive to help people realize their dreams and live up to their full potential is the thread that weaves all of Terry’s varied roles into a rich
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Making a Dream a Reality

Celebrating their five-year anniversary at the foot of Heber Avenue, the co-owning trio of HANDLE—Chef Briar Handly, Partner and Creative Director Melissa Gray, and Operations Manager Meagan Nash—have longtime roots in the restaurant biz. The best of friends since they met in the late ’90s, Georgia-transplant Gray and Utah-native Nash worked in several restaurants along
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