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Summer Skiing Could Still Happen

UPDATE: Arapahoe Basin reopened May 28, 2020, with a TBD closing date. All passholders and day ticket purchasers ($99) have to submit to a raffle two days prior and make a reservation if their name is drawn before they can head up. The ski area is allowed to admit only 600 skiers and snowboarders but there will be no tailgating […]

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What’s the Big Deal About Sundance?

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Nearly every day I see posts on the Utah Filmmakers’ page and various other casting spots- CASTING- Short film to be submitted to film festivals. Unpaid. “Craft services” will be provided. So you read between the lines. Someone’s passion project that maybe has enough $$ to pay for post production and some festival entry fees and probably won’t make it […]

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Guest Etiquette- The Door Is Always Open?

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Why is it when you hit a certain age you’re expected to stop crashing on people’s floors? I prefer friends’ houses to hotels. They are warmer, cozier, and more entertaining. I haven’t seen your enchanting face in ages except on Facebook. I know guest etiquette; don’t you want to see me in person? Of course, it’s usually cheaper to stay […]

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Ski Areas To Stay Open Till August

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Memorial Day weekend unofficially kicked off summer but it looks like it really will be an endless winter for skiers in the U.S. this year. With epic base depths surpassing 700″  and late season snowfall, coverage has reached all-time highs. And though while Park City and Deer Valley resorts in Utah incurred the wrath of locals for closing when the […]

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