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Update: Vail Resorts Acquisition

By Marshall Hargrave: Vail Resorts (NYSE:MTN) snatched up Park City Mountain Resort from Powdr Corp. last week, sending shares up over 11%. The deal includes the ski terrain and resort as well as 687,000 square feet of land zoned for residential and commercial use. Show More Summary

What Do You Forget When You Pack? Plus, COTW!

3 days agoLifestyle : xoJane

Somehow I once left a dress behind in Park City, Utah. I still have no idea how that happened. Read more

Vail Resorts Buys Park City For $183 Million

Powdr Corp. appears to have thrown in the towel in its long running legal battle with Talisker and Vail Resorts by finally deciding to sell Park City Mountain Resort to Vail for $183 million according to a story in Bloomberg Businessweek. Vail will get the terrain owned by PCMR along with the base facilities—the parking, […]

Park City : Vail Puts End to Legal Battle and Buys Park City Mountain Resort

5 days agoLifestyle / Travel : Jaunted

Park City Mountain Resort ended several weeks worth of drama earlier this week by posting the $17.5 million dollar bond required to keep the ski resort open for the upcoming season. The Greater Salt Lake area celebrated, and all seemed poised to go on as normal this winter. Show More Summary

Park City Group's (PCYG) CEO Randy Fields on Q4 2014 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

By SA Transcripts: Park City Group Inc. (NASDAQ:PCYG) Q4 2014 Results Earnings Conference Call September 11, 2014 4:15 PM ET Executives David Mossberg - Investor Relations Representative Randy Fields - Chairman and CEO Ed Clissold - Chief Financial Officer Analysts Todd Mitchell - Brean Capital Amit Dayal - H.C. Show More Summary

Travel to Park City For a Fall Getaway Before the Snow Sets In

Your winter wardrobe and ski gear might still be in storage—after all, it’s only September—but now is the perfect time to fit in one last snow-free visit to Utah’s mountain paradise of RELATED POST PROFILESHARE

Park City: Ongoing Legal Battle Could Keep Major Ski Resort from Opening This Season

last weekLifestyle / Travel : Jaunted

With ski season only about three months away, Park City might have one hell of a problem on its hands. Its flagship resort, Park City Mountain Resort, is currently involved in a legal battle that could delay - or worse, prevent - its opening this winter. Show More Summary

Portable Boiler

We spent Monday morning at the South Park City historical museum in Fairplay, Colorado, a place where Jeanette and I sketched over 30 years ago. I liked the Steampunk spirit of rust, rivets, and spokes of this portable boiler, used by 19th century miners to operate the rock crushing machines. Show More Summary

Park City To Pay $17.5 Million Bond, Keep Lifts Running This Season

Park City agrees to post bond in order to keep the lifts running, postponing a showdown with Vail.

Park City Told To Ante Up $17.5 Million

Our friends at (who apparently still follow the snowboarding resort business world) pointed out this morning that a judge in the Park City vs. Talisker legal battle has decided that Park City must post a bond of $17.5 million by September 12, 2014 if it expects to operate the lifts on Talisker’s land this […]

Big Trouble in Little Park City: PCMR-Talisker Mediation Extended Until Sunday Morning

2 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

Photo from Thinkstock For the third time in as many weeks, Park City Mountain Resort and Talisker Land Holdings, LLC have asked Judge Ryan Harris to extend their mediation discussions until Sunday morning at 10:00 am. Let's break down...

Linkage: Gallery Sues Landlord Over Eviction; Tower Could Sell for $2B

2 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

· Dorm plans approved, angering councilmember · Battery Park City bike lane won't be reopened yet · City has new strategy for dealing with rat problem · Chelsea gallery sues landlord over eviction · The Vale of Cashmere, Prospect...

Big Trouble in Little Park City: Judge Delays as PCMR & Talisker Disagree on Bond by $100 M

Photo from Thinkstock Park City Mountain Resort and Talisker Land Holidings, LLC don't see eye to eye on much these days, and they definitely don't agree on how much bond PCMR should post in order to stay on the...

Big Trouble in Little Park City: Bjarke Ingels second design for an...

Bjarke Ingels second design for an addition to the Kimball Art Center has been rejected by Park City, Utah, on the grounds that it doesn't connect "aesthetically, visually, or historically" to the museum or the surrounding historic district. This comes...

Architecture Showdown: Bjarke Ingels's Art Center Not Historic Enough for Park City

3 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

Things are not looking good for the Bjarke-Ingels designed Kimball Art Center in Park City, Utah. Late last week, City Hall rejected plans for a building that some critics said looked like a massive snow plow, saying that the...

Big Trouble in Little Park City: Tourism officials in Park City are...

3 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

Tourism officials in Park City are making back-up plans in case the town's namesake ski area, Park City Mountain Resort, doesn't open for the 2014-2015 ski season. PCMR is currently in an epic legal battle (read more about that over...

Mountain Linkage : Park City Showcase of Homes, Snow Guns, Gay Ski Week, More!

Courtesy of the Park City Area Home Builders Association via the Park Record · Park City Area Showcase of Homes · Business is booming at Whistler Farmers Market · New major dam project in CO unlikely · Killington Adds...

Why You Definitely Don’t Want to Vandalize Banksy’s Graffiti in Utah

You don't want to get caught vandalizing graffiti in Utah, especially if it happens to be by British street artist Banksy. Park City officials charged David William Noll with criminal mischief, a second degree felony, for vandalizing two murals by the famous

Man Charged for Allegedly Defacing a Banksy — Design News

Graffiti-ing over graffiti is a crime, at least when it's a Banksy. A man in Park City, Utah is charged with criminal mischief, a second-degree felony, for allegedly breaking the protective glass and painting over a work by the London street artist. He could face a fine of up to $10,000 and up to 15 years in prison. READ MORE »

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