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Alison Kuhlow

Co-Host Mountain Money

Co-host, Mountain Money

  • Matt Harris highlights Tupelo’s return to Park City’s fine-dining scene with their new location on Kearns Boulevard.
  • Craig Dennis, Executive Director of the Prospector Square Property Owners Association talks about the investments made in the area and the emergence of a vibrant restaurant scene. 
  • Professor of Cinema and Media Studies at the University of Pennsylvania Peter Decherney walks us through the types of deals likely to be made during the Sundance Film Festival and the relevance of the festival in the changing media environment.   
  • All things Park City on this week's Mountain Money, including the business of film at Sundance Film Festival, vibrancy in Prospector Square, and the return of Tupelo Park City.
  • Economist and New York Times bestselling author, Laurence Kotlikoff, shares powerful advice in his new book MONEY MAGIC: An Economist’s Secrets to More Money, Less Risk, and a Better Life.
  • Professor Deborah Archer of the NYU law school joined us to discuss the history of racial inequity in highway construction.
  • Understand the history of racial inequity in highway construction and learn how to improve your financial life, all on this week's Mountain Money.
  • Springsteen's sale of music rights, Pharmacy Benefit Managers, and Wine in Park City - all on this episode of KPCW's Mountain Money.
  • Jeff Roberts and Melissa Band with parkcitywinos.com discuss their desire to elevate drinking in Utah and highlight the best wine experiences in Park City.
  • Mark Blum with the PBM Accountability Project explains the role of Pharmacy Benefit Managers and their ability to control drug costs.