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Make Money As A Movie Extra

You don't need any experience to make some extra cash, you can experience filmmaking by just blending in.

06/01/2016 By Jill Adler

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Watch Broadway Shows In Utah

The curtain will finally rise on Utah's long-awaited Broadway-show venue, the Eccles Theatre, on October 21.

06/01/2016 By Melissa Fields

Profiles

This Park City Native Is Making Her Mark In Hollywood

Park City native Ally Ioannides hits the big time.

06/01/2016 By CJ Johnson

Flair

Make Your Mismatched Art Into Chic Interior Design

Find out how to make your divergent aesthetics coexist in effectively

06/01/2016 By Tiffini Porter

Arts

Grasping the Concept: Getting and Appreciating Conceptual Art

Appreciating and living with conceptual art

06/01/2016 By Tiffini Porter Photography by Sandra Salvas

Arts

Patience Has Its Virtues

Following are a few highlights of the Sundance Film Festival’s second half.

01/01/2016 By Katie Eldridge

Photography

Ode to the Park

“We wanted to hit all the things that make Park City great: arts, history, trails, open space, and, of course, the mountains.”

01/01/2016 By Melissa Fields

Visual Art

Mod in the Park

Including the Illuminations of Africa, a National Geographic photo collection.

01/01/2016 By Melissa Fields

Arts

Art in the Fast Lane

R. Nelson Parrish translates his love for moving fast into eye-catching art.

01/01/2016 By Cole D. Lehman

Arts

Hidden in Plain Sight: Uncovering Park City's Not So Obvious Art

Noticing and appreciating Park City’s not-so-obvious artistic gems

01/01/2016 By Tiffini Porter

Arts

State of the Arts

The show goes on for the Kimball.

06/01/2015 By Jane Gendron

Arts

Dream Catcher

Bright and friendly Park City is where Jack Amiel finds unlikely inspiration for one of TV’s darkest dramas.

06/01/2015 By Paula Altschuler

Arts

A New Face

The Utah Symphony picks a rising star as its new associate conductor.

06/01/2015 By Melissa Fields

Arts

Tumbleweed Redux

Though the familiar iconography remains, the western art genre’s latest incarnations are anything but old-fashioned.

06/01/2015 By Shawn Rossiter

Arts

Waking the Lionesses

Female storytellers are finally getting their 15 minutes.

06/01/2015 By Jill Orschel

Arts

Graffiti's Upside

The Egyptian Theatre’s Dirty Rat is used to secure the future of a long-beloved arts program.

01/01/2015 By Lola Beatlebrox

Arts

Center Stage

An entrepreneurial Parkite uses lessons learned from sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo to support independent film.

01/01/2015 By Natalie Taylor

Arts

Improve with Altitude

A couple of Los Angeles transplants are mixing up a different kind of après-ski cocktail, Hot Toddy.

01/01/2015 By Stacy Dymalski

Arts

Striking Gold

Main Street's venerable Meyer Gallery marks 50 years in Park City.

01/01/2015 By Natalie Taylor

Arts

A Frozen Moment

Encaustic artist Bridgette Meinhold uses an age-old craft to pay homage to her beloved outdoors.

01/01/2015 By Austen Diamond