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February 2021 253 Lifestyle

ISSUE NO. 26

FEBRUARY 2021

LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE

Pierce County

RESTAURANT RALLY

OUR COMMUNITY RALLIES AROUND

LOCAL RESTAURANTS

Q&A WITH EDDIE REDMAN

PRESIDENT OF GRAND EVENT RENTALS

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love starts with you

CONGRATULATIONS! WE ALL MADE IT THROUGH THE FIRST

MONTH OF THE NEW YEAR. As February has arrived, with it comes

the holiday we all equate to romance, roses and … love—Valentine’s

Day.

But this year, as we continue to embark on new journeys, take this

month as an opportunity to focus on not only the love you show

others, but yourself.

Self-love is too often overlooked. But if we don’t nurture our own

bodies, minds and spirits, exemplifying love for ourselves, how can

we possibly extend love to those around us?

In this issue, we have put together content that focuses on self-care

and how important it is that we dedicate time for ourselves. The

happier we are with ourselves and our own lives, the easier it is to

extend that joy beyond ourselves and share it with those we care for.

There are many things surrounding us on a daily basis that are out

of our control, yet we have complete control over how we treat

ourselves.

This month, it’s up to you to choose how you celebrate life and

love. Whether you treat yourself to solo dinner or a spa day, spend

Valentine’s weekend with your significant other or family, or opt to

surround yourself with your dearest friends, love will always be in the

air wherever you go—as long as you’re dedicating time and attention

to loving yourself first.

Speaking of love, we’re sure you’ll love reading this month’s articles,

as we highlight the Pierce County Restaurant Rally, the history of

the Rialto and Pantages theaters over the years, our Q&A with Eddie

Redman and so much more!

May love fill your life not just on Valentine’s Day but every day.

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PIERCE COUNTY RESTAURANT

SHEPHERD’S

RALLY: OUR COMMUNITY

RALLIES AROUND

LOCAL RESTAURANTS

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CONTENTS

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HOME

Create A New Look in Your Kitchen or Bath: It’s as

simple as replacing your hardware

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TRENDING

Be Good To Yourself: Strategies for self-love

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Q&A

Q&A with Eddie Redman: President of Grand

Event Rentals

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HEALTH & LIFESTYLE

The latest tips and trends about living a healthy,

active life

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TACOMA FOCUS

Pierce County Restaurant Rally: Our community

rallies around local restaurants

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THE ARTS

Both Change and Challenges are Nothing New

for Tacoma’s Historic Theaters: The Rialto and

Pantages over the years

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sneak peek into February ...

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ISSUE NO. 26

FEBRUARY 2021

LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE

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Pierce County

RESTAURANT RALLY

OUR COMMUNITY RALLIES AROUND

LOCAL RESTAURANTS

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FEATURE

SpaceX: Major milestones reached, supported by the

expertise of Northwest native

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ENTERTAINMENT

Events in February you don’t want to miss!

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FEATURED RECIPE

Shepherd’s Pie: A savory yet healthy take on this

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TRAVEL & LEISURE

Park City, Utah: A flight in the morning and hitting the

slopes by afternoon

Q&A WITH EDDIE REDMAN

PRESIDENT OF GRAND EVENT RENTALS

About The Cover

ON THIS MONTH’S COVER OF 253 LIFESTYLE

MAGAZINE, WE FEATURE EDDIE REDMAN, PRESIDENT

OF GRAND EVENT RENTALS. This family run business is

well-known throughout the area, not only for the grand

events they have been a part of, but more importantly,

how they have come to the rescue of local businesses

during COVID.

Cover photo by Samantha Elise Tillman.

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Home

Create A New Look

in Your Kitchen or Bath

IT’S AS SIMPLE AS REPLACING YOUR HARDWARE

BY NIKKI LUTTMAN, INTERIOR DESIGNER

O

ne of the quickest and easiest ways to update a tired kitchen or bath is with the addition or change of cabinetry hardware.

It seems like a small thing, but often small changes can make a big impact. If you have a house that was built in the early

2000s, you may have a kitchen full of the ubiquitous “golden oak” cabinets. Popular through the 1980s and 1990s, here

in the Northwest and beyond, the golden oak era reigned supreme well into the new millennium, as some builders were

slower to pick up on new trends.

If your cabinetry is in good shape, but just looks a little dated, switching or adding hardware will update your look. If your cabinets are

newer, but lack hardware, I recommend adding it ASAP. Hardware—cabinet handles and pulls—extends the life of your cabinetry by

protecting it from greasy fingers and dirt, but also from fingernails, which are particularly harmful to the finish on painted cabinets.

Cabinetry hardware is one of the most fun—but also daunting—finishes to choose for your home. There are so many options

available in both finishes and style that it can be difficult to choose. Just remember, with this element of your home, go for function

in your most used spaces, like kitchens or master baths, and have a little more fun in places that require less use, like a powder bath

or wet bar.

For finish ideas, look to your existing light fixtures. Do you have oil-rubbed-bronze (ORB) pendant lights in the kitchen? Then ORB

or black hardware might be the right choice for your cabinetry hardware. Satin nickel vanity light in your bathroom? Satin nickel

or pewter might work for your cabinetry. However, that said, mixing metal finishes is usually just fine! One of my favorite kitchens

included copper pulls on the painted dark gray perimeter of the kitchen, and black pulls on the cherry wood island. It made for a fun

and playful contrast, but also balanced out the two looks.

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My advice is to go to a showroom and take a look at the hardware in

person. Wrap your hand around the pulls and knobs that you like to make

sure they are comfortable in your hand. If you still aren’t sure, purchase

one piece to take home to see how it looks in your space. Remember,

if you are replacing hardware, then it is easiest to match your existing

drilled holes in your cabinet. Bring an existing pull with you to make

sure you are getting the right size. It can be trickier to measure these than

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By Taylor Shillam

February, the month so often associated with

love, is the perfect time to direct some of that

love back to yourself.

It’s often easier to give love away than to receive love,

let alone provide it for ourselves. Self-love can sound

like a cliché term or an unnecessary notion, but in

reality, it’s an essential component of living well. The

more we give and the busier we get, the more critical

it becomes to prioritize time to refill our own cup.

While you’re connecting with loved ones this month,

remember to keep a strong connection to yourself. A

bit of daily self-love can go a long way—below are a

few simple ways to incorporate self-love this month

and beyond.

Listen to yourself. Self-love starts with the way you

speak to yourself. If your inward thoughts don’t

mirror the supportive, constructive way you would

speak to someone you care about, it’s time to shift

your perspective.

Changing the tone of your inner dialogue to be

kinder and more uplifting can quickly help you feel

more loved and inspired. Thoughts are powerful

foundations that shape your outlook. Be intentional

in building a healthy foundation for yourself.

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Part of loving yourself is

celebrating all of the incredible

things your body does for you

each day.

In addition to positive thoughts, take regular inventory of your

mental and physical well-being. Take note if you’re feeling stressed,

overwhelmed, tired or in a rut—all signs to slow down, recharge

and reevaluate.

Pay just as much attention when you feel uplifted, recharged

and positive, so you can spend more time on what ignites those

feelings in you.

Treat your body like the valuable vessel it is. Part of loving

yourself is celebrating all the incredible things your body does for

you each day. Prioritizing care for the most valuable vessel you’ll

ever have is a critical component of self-love.

Keep mood-boosting endorphins flowing by identifying the forms

of movement that make you feel good and doing them on a regular

basis. Your muscles, joints and happy hormones will thank you for

the regular breath of fresh air.

Daily consumption of the whole foods that energize and fuel

you, while including the foods you love and crave, encourages a

balanced, sustainable approach to fueling your body.

When you eat well and move often in a healthy balance, it doesn’t

take long to start glowing from the inside out.

Nourish healthy relationships. Pay attention to the people

who make you feel more loved, more appreciated and more like

yourself. Healthy relationships can boost your self-love, simply

through the love you receive from those key people in your life.

Whether that circle is large or small, quality is what matters most.

On the flip side, identify the relationships that don’t serve you.

Take the time to identify toxic relationships that could be in

your life—relationships that feel one-sided, bring more negative

qualities than positive, or that you’ve simply outgrown.

Prioritizing yourself can mean re-prioritizing who you spend your

time and energy on by setting healthy boundaries or stepping away

from the relationships that keep you from your best, happiest self.

Leave your comfort zone. Fill yourself with confidence and

cultivate a healthy level of self-trust by taking a step outside your

comfort zone. Give yourself the opportunity to get spontaneous,

try something new, and let go—you can learn a lot about yourself

when you let yourself get uncomfortable. An opportunity to be

vulnerable can be scary but will give you the opportunity to grow

and the powerful knowledge that you can make it to the other side

of an uncomfortable situation.

The first step doesn’t have to be big. It can be as small as taking

yourself to dinner or exploring a new place. Other highly doable

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options include taking up a new hobby, attending an event on your

own, starting a conversation with a stranger or sharing your feelings

with someone. Get creative—and get closer to yourself in the process.

Get to know yourself. Never stop learning about yourself. Every step

you take toward identifying your goals, your values, what you love in

life and what you want from it takes you closer to your happiest, most

loved self.

Spend time with yourself, whether it’s a few minutes of daily journaling

or meditation, or taking a solo adventure. The more you show up for

yourself and learn about yourself, the more you’ll have to love.

Identify what you’re good at—and do more of it. Doesn’t it feel

great to be a master at something? Ignite your self-esteem by using

your talents, whether it’s making a recipe you’ve perfected, playing

a sport you love or exercising your creativity. Playing to your talents

can quickly boost your mood and bring you back to more of what you

love about yourself.

Celebrate yourself. Life has inevitable ups and downs that shape who

we are. Self-love includes loving every part of yourself—your flaws,

mistakes and times of challenge—and accepting them as opportunities

for growth and strength.

So, celebrate who you are: your wins, your losses, the experiences

you’re proud of and the lessons you’ve learned. Every piece of your

path matters, and it’s important to recognize how far you’ve come.

As you enjoy February’s focus on love, remember to give some back

to yourself. Love takes many forms, but one you always keep with you

should cultivate your most important relationship: the relationship

you have with yourself.

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Pierce County

RESTAURANT

RALLY

OUR COMMUNITY RALLIES AROUND LOCAL RESTAURANTS

BY RACHEL KELLY

In November, date night got that much better during

the countywide Restaurant Rally. Patrons (decked

out in their COVID best), received 30 percent off

their tickets just for ordering through one of the 300

participating restaurants. Restaurants, in turn, received

a 50 percent refund of each ticket. The hope being that

each restaurant would be propelled out of their recent

hardships. And it seemed to be working! Some restaurants

were reporting high numbers of solid income along with

new customers.

Then the gavel fell. During the last three days of the rally,

new restrictions were announced that prohibited indoor

dining. Some restaurants rushed to buy heaters for their

patios, while others (without patios) fell back on takeout.

The county responded quickly, unanimously voting to

double the minimum reimbursement amount of all tickets

ordered during the rally. The first week of the rally tallied a

reimbursement of $3.16 million in sales, and $3.22 million

the second week. An additional $311,000 was refunded

after the raising of the minimum reimbursement.

Overall, the rally brought in new or hesitant customers,

boosted the local economy and bolstered participating

restaurants with much-needed income. A third of the

restaurants were owned by people of color, and another

37 percent by women. The website dedicated to a listing

of participating restaurants received over 40,000 hits in

the first week. And through a combination of language

interns, advertisement and in-person visits, a variety of

cuisines were incorporated in the rally. Though there were

many restaurants who opted out for various reasons, and

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some opted in on the second week, it’s safe to say that the rally was a

success. It achieved what it set out to do.

As successful as the rally was in November, it was never meant as a

solution. It was meant to rally—and rally it did. Our community has

rallied, and rallied, and will continue to rally around our struggling local

restaurants. Thriving local business contributes to local people, playing

in a back-and-forth banter that benefits all involved. Our local business

is made up of our local neighbors, and when they thrive, so do we. In

our food we see a reflection of memory, comfort and safety. We celebrate,

relax, relate and ruminate in restaurants. We share banter and laughter;

we meet new people and connect with old friends. It would be a sad sight

to see our neighborhoods lose these places of belonging; places where

our neighborhoods come together.

So where do we go from here? How do we preserve our local small

businesses? What’s next in store, not just for the physical health of our

community but for our mental, emotional, social and economic health?

Partly, the next step is up to the governor and other state officials, who

have released a 2021 plan for safely opening up. I’m sure you’ve spent as

much time pouring over the plan as I have, so there’s no need to rehash it

here. However, arguably, the larger step is to be made by us. What comes

next is up to you and me. It is our turn to rally.

There are practical ways to do that. The first step being to look around.

What restaurant is struggling in your area? Which restaurant is new?

Which is old? Do

they deliver? What

about takeout? Do

OUR LOCAL

they have outdoor

or indoor dining?

What times are

BUSINESS IS MADE

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local involvement

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SO DO WE.

makes where you

are a better, safer

place to live. Not just that, but it reminds us all that

here, we’re together. Here, we’re safe. Here, we can

laugh. Here, we can live and eat every day. Here, we’re a community.

The second step would be to get involved. Join in on the conversation.

There is a lovely little (large) Facebook group dedicated to dining in

Pierce County full of foodies with recommendations and tips on local

hideaways. There are local Instagrams dedicated to local food. There

are local nonprofits and community organizations dedicated to local

business and economic renewal. And if you’re not sure where to start,

there’s always a lot going on at the Pierce County committee and council

meetings. It’s online, with each meeting publicly listed ahead of time on

the calendar. We are a county dedicated to its people, and without the

voices of its people, it doesn’t thrive.

The third step is simple: Be generous. It’s true that right now our capacity

to give might be limited. Actually, it’s very likely that we’re all a bit limited

right now. However, there is always something. We are generous with

our time, the moments that we give each other as we go through our

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day. We are generous with our grace, we allow each other an extra

measure. Accounting for each other’s hardship. In the context

of our neighborhood restaurants, we have the opportunity to be

generous with our money. A little budgeted bit of money set aside

to be spent at the local eatery, tip always accounted for. If eating

out is normally a regular part of our life, then it still can be. It

just might require a little more creativity (and bundling up) than

usual.

And restaurants are willing to help us along. Not only are there

many restaurants doing takeout, but there are also several

different eateries and bars that are holding outside or sidewalk

dining. As a member of my community, and local Pierce County

foodie Facebook groups, I can account for over 60 eateries with

heated and tented outdoor spaces. More recently I went out in the

driving rain to meet a close friend over wine. We huddled in our

jackets next to a live flame, with a tent dividing us from the street.

It’s true that the tent buckled. The cars were loud. The weather

was intimidating. The sidewalk was busy. However, the food was

delicious. And the company! Life sustaining. Something I’m sure

we all could use a little bit of right now.

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PRESIDENT OF GRAND EVENT RENTALS

BY MARGUERITE CLEVELAND

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LIKE MANY LOCAL

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NONPROFITS, BUT THE

ONE THAT IS DEAREST TO

HIS HEART IS BEHIND THE

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Eddie Rogers Redman, president of Grand

Event Rentals, comes from a long line

of Washington pioneers. His great great

grandfather, John Rankin Rogers, was the third

governor of Washington state. His claim to fame

was signing the bill establishing public schools

in the state. His great grandfather, Edwin Rogers,

founded the Rogers Company in Tacoma and was

one of the founders of the Puyallup Fair. You can

still find tins of School Boy Peanut Butter made by

the company on collector websites.

Grand Event Rentals is a family business. Eddie’s

86-year-old father is the operations manager, and

his oldest daughter, Jillian Musolf, serves as his office

manager. Youngest daughter Brenna Redman is a

talented event specialist, while son Kyle pitches in

on his summer breaks from college. Eddie’s former

spouse Kathy is also a partner in the business.

Like many local businesses, Redman supports a

variety of nonprofits, but the one that is dearest

to his heart is Behind the Badge Foundation. The

nonprofit serves the survivors after an officer has

died or suffered serious injury. The foundation

provides comprehensive support to Washington

state’s law enforcement agencies, their families

and the local community. This includes immediate

funeral and living expenses for the family, and

scholarships for families to attend grief support

services. The group also manages the State Law

Enforcement Memorial in Olympia by maintaining

it and adding new names. In September 2020,

when a wildfire burned the town of Malden to the

ground, Eddie and his crew provided support. They

donated the use of their trucks and provided tables

and chairs to help support recovery efforts.

Despite the continuing pandemic, Grand Event

Rentals has found unique ways to stay afloat while

supporting their local community.

Q. With the COVID-19 pandemic

restricting events and gatherings, what

creative things have you done to keep your

business afloat in these trying times?

A. We were considered an essential

business, so we never closed, although we

did have a small staff answering phones and

delivering orders. We set up some tents at

various hospitals, drive-through test sites,

and currently we have tents at restaurants,

bars, wineries, churches, gyms and some

government sites. We also created some

special COVID-19 products and support

items. We also follow and design all the

COVID-19 protocols for our clients and our

staff.

Q. Can you share with our readers how

you got your start with events for the

Olympics?

A. Throughout the years I have done some

major events with some major event people

and was asked to work first for the Atlanta

Summer Games and then again for the Salt

Lake Winter Games. The Olympics are just

a really big special event with some sports

equipment thrown in the mix. LOL!

Q. You have been a part of some of the

state’s major events. Which was the most

memorable for you?

A. Actually, I have more than one. The

Goodwill Games was the first major

international sporting event to take place in

our region. There were over 2,300 athletes

from 54 countries competing in 21 sports.

We provided all event sites with all their

rental needs.

The Museum of Flight received an A-12,

which was the early version of the SR-71

Blackbird. I personally worked directly

with the Museum of Flight in building

and designing a cover for the entire plane.

Four Air Force lieutenants were standing at

attention under the cover and red up lights

and a fog machine were added for effect. It

was incredible to watch as the cover flowed

off the plane.

The Grand Opening of Benaroya Hall

was all in a tent with a complete floor and

carpet built directly in the street next to

the hall, and it extended the entire block to

accommodate the full sit-down dinner for

more than 400 people. It went up in one day

and down the next.

Mt. Rainier’s 100th Anniversary was just

an honor to help showcase a park that our

nation had the ability to preserve and set

aside for many generations. Being in the

park after dark was an amazing experience

that few get to see.

The Special Olympics USA Games were held

all over the Puget Sound region and involved

4,000 athletes and coaches from 50 states

and the District of Columbia competing in

14 sports.

Q. The Pacific Northwest is known for its

changing weather. What are your tips for

having a great outdoor event?

A. Plan for everything, especially the rain,

and then be pleasantly surprised. Bathrooms,

trash, parking and power, you always need

to plan for these. We have so many beautiful

sites in this state. Use them.

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The stages may be dark, and auditorium seats empty, but

Tacoma’s Rialto and Pantages theaters have overcome

closures and catastrophes dozens of times throughout their

100-plus years serving the South Sound community. Both

theaters, opened at the height of the Spanish Flu pandemic, have

survived the Great Depression, ownership changes, major renovations

and much more, as they have become the cornerstones of downtown

Tacoma.

The Roxy

The Rialto Theater, built in the Beaux-Arts style, was opened by John S.

Baker and H. F. Moore on September 7, 1918. Considered “the ultimate

photoplay house,” Tacoma’s Rialto was part of a national movie house

chain, showing early films and occasional one-person vaudeville acts.

As a result, the stage space, orchestra pit and dressing rooms were

at a bare minimum—creating an intimacy that remains to this day.

The lobby was also considerably smaller than the current iteration; a

fact many patrons may find surprising given the original capacity of

1,500 was more than double the present seating availability. The Rialto

resembles Vienna’s Redoutensaal, the first “shoe box” shaped orchestral

hall. Much of the original ornate plaster decoration—particularly the

eagles and cherubs—remain in good shape today and are the original

pieces. The eagles over the organ chambers were patriotic additions in

tribute of America’s involvement in World War I.

The theater underwent a major remodel in the 1950s to incorporate

an onsite concessions area. Prior to that, candy and other items were

purchased in adjacent stores (Rialto Candy Shop, for example).

Storefronts used to be located on the 9th Street side of the building

but were removed and plastered over with stucco. Most of the interior

space once utilized by these stores was redesigned to accommodate

much-needed restrooms and backstage dressing facilities.

After ownership of the Rialto Theater was transferred to the City of

Tacoma, the 1991 restoration and renovation took only seven months

to accomplish, at a cost of $2.12 million. The Rialto re-opened to the

public on October 3, 1991.

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Rialto, 1925


Tacoma’s Pantages Theater has been an

icon of the South Sound community for

more than 100 years. Built on a block that

was once the site of a saloon, Tacoma’s first

library and Tacoma’s first department store,

it was the fifth theater added to Tacoma’s

thriving Theater District. Businessman

Alexander Pantages built the first Tacoma

Pantages Theater at the corner of 9th and

Pacific. Eventually, he moved up the hill

to 9th and Broadway when he convinced

entrepreneur William Jones to back the

building of a new office building/theater

complex on the site of the former Gross

Brothers store.

Pantages, a self-made entertainment

tycoon, first made his mark in the Yukon

during the Alaskan Gold Rush. There,

he met and entered into a business and

romantic relationship with “Klondike”

Kate Rockwell, one of the legendary figures

of that era. Flush with capital (much of it

Rockwell’s, taken without her consent),

Pantages built one of North America’s

largest vaudeville circuits. To build his

Tacoma theater, Pantages called on the

services of Benjamin Marcus Priteca, a

prominent Seattle architect and innovative

designer who was responsible for the

lasting beauty and superb acoustics of the

Pantages Theater.

Pantages (front)

The team of Pantages and Priteca worked

together from 1911 to 1936, building

theaters all over the West—an almost

perfect merging of interests and talents.

Pantages employed classical Greek

architectural motifs to highlight his own

Greek heritage. Tacoma’s Pantages is

designed in a Greco-Roman style. The

elaborate plaster work and filigree not

only add to the grandeur of the house but

serve an important acoustical function

as well, absorbing extraneous sound to

create crisp, clear resonance within the

hall. Construction began in 1916, and the

new Pantages Theater, the second of the

Pantages chain, opened in January 1918.

The Tacoma Pantages served as a live theater for only eight years before being converted to a

moviehouse and being sold to RKO Pictures (headed by Joseph P. Kennedy), at which time the

name was changed to The Orpheum. In 1932, the theater was purchased by Will Conner of

Tacoma and was known as the Roxy until the 1980s, when its original name was reestablished as

the Pantages Theater. A proposal to restore the Pantages as part of a revitalized downtown area

led to the restoration beginning in 1978 after the city bought the theater. On February 12, 1983,

the Pantages Theater officially reopened. Today it is the oldest of the Pantages Theaters still in

operation.

The theaters continue to play a major economic and cultural role in downtown Tacoma’s Theater

District. They are home to eight resident arts organizations: Northwest Sinfonietta, Puget Sound

Revels, Symphony Tacoma, Tacoma Arts Live, Tacoma City Ballet, Tacoma Concert Band,

Tacoma Opera, Tacoma Youth Symphony and Tacoma School of the Arts. Information on each

organization, and links to their events and websites, can be found at TacomaArtsLive.org.

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Health

THE POWER OF BREATH

Simple practices with big impacts

BY SARAHLYNN M. ETTA, YOGA AND MEDITATION TEACHER

One of the most accessible, affordable, and yet most powerful

tools we have available for self-care, is with us every moment

of every day. Deep breathing calms and regulates the nervous

system, and helps the body return to homeostasis. Yet many of

us are stuck in shallow breathing patterns!

The Benefits of Breath

Engaging in regular breathing exercises may help to:

• Improve mood and support mood regulation

• Improve focus and enhance memory

• Decrease anxiety and alleviate the symptoms of stress

• Improve sleep quality

• Support the immune system

• Improve digestion

• Decrease pain sensitivity

• Boost energy and improve metabolism

• Improve lung capacity and exercise stamina

• Improve cardiovascular fitness and blood pressure

Deep abdominal breathing stimulates the vagus nerve. High vagal tone is

correlated with improved physical and psychological well-being, improved

cognitive function, improved mood, improved glucose regulation, reduced

inflammation, and the ability to regulate the nervous system and cope with

stressors. Stimulating the vagus nerve also improves heart rate variability,

which further increases your resilience to stress.

Mindful Breathing

Mindfulness is the act of observing what is. Just breathing naturally, using

the breath as a focal point for the thoughts, creates positive changes in the

brain.

Try this: Sit or lie comfortably. Make no effort to control your breath; simply

focus your attention on the sensations that arise with each inhalation and

exhalation. Notice the movement of your body as you breathe.

Observe your chest, shoulders, rib cage and belly. Set a timer for two to 10

minutes. When your mind wanders, return your focus to your breath.

Controlled Breathing

To reap the maximum benefits for both mind and body, engage in an

intentional breathing practice. This involves consciously changing the

rhythm, pattern or depth of the breath, and different exercises have different

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Try this: Sitting at the edge of a chair, find a tall posture and relaxed

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Consider adding a brief hold of the breath. At the top of your inhale (when

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Set a timer for two to 10 minutes. Continue long, slow inhales and exhales

through the nose, with or without breath retention.

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Try to practice at least a few minutes every day! Choosing the same time(s)

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If you can, strive for the The “365 Method”—at least three times a day,

breathe at a rhythm of six cycles per minute (five seconds inhaling, five

seconds exhaling). Breathe this way for five minutes. And do this every day,

365 days a year!

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After moving to Gig Harbor five years ago with his

wife and children, Dr. Brian Dansie saw the need

in the area for a compassionate pediatric dentist. It

didn’t take long for him to address this issue, as he

introduced The Kids’ Dentist Gig Harbor to the community.

Since opening in September of 2018, he and his staff continue to

keep their young patients smiling.

“Dr. Brian loves working with kids and trying to make going to

the dentist a fun and magical experience,” says Monica Anucinski,

office manager.

According to Dr. Brian, creating a positive dental experience

starts from the moment a child walks in the front door, from the

artwork to the friendly greeting. “We designed the office to have

a whimsical and magical feel that makes kids think it’s time to

play,” he shares. “A relationship of trust comes from letting kids

have a chance to feel like this is their time. We like to think that

we are some of the best at making a child’s dental appointment

feel special. This hasn’t changed for us even during the pandemic.”

At The Kids’ Dentist, patients and their parents are welcomed in

a warm, friendly, fun environment. Providing pediatric care for

children and teens, Dr. Brian and his staff provide preventative

care, cleanings, sealants, fillings, restorative treatment, exams,

and tongue and lip tie evaluations. The dentistry has sedation

options available and works closely with local orthodontists to

best treat orthodontic needs at the right time.

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With the current pandemic still facing

communities, The Kids’ Dentist has made it a

priority to ensure additional safety precautions

for their staff and patients. They have installed

air filtration systems in treatment rooms; air

throughout the clinic is filtered and replaced

every 10 to 15 minutes through their HVAC

system; glass barriers have been installed at the

front desk and hygiene area; and the staff wears

masks and gloves at all times, and wash and

sanitize their hands between each patient. “I’m

very proud at how well my staff strives to keep

themselves and our families safe,” says Dr. Brian.

When it comes to what Dr. Brian believes has

helped him in creating a successful dental office,

he credits his experienced and compassionate

staff, who shares his vision of creating a calming

and enjoyable experience for their patients, as

well as his parents, who set a wonderful example

of being a good father and the joy of working

with people.

“I think working with children takes a certain

optimism. This has not been lost due to

challenges we have met this year,” says Dr. Brian.

“Our child-friendly staff still laughs and jokes and

enjoys what we do. We also realize that many of

these kids have not seen friends and classmates

regularly. For that reason, we try our best to put a

smile on their face when they come in.

“Even with a mask on, you can help ease fears and

anxiety of the children and parents you meet.”

The team at The Kids’ Dentist takes pride in

their ability to help children, and their parents,

overcome the anxiety and fear that can sometimes

be associated with a trip to the dentist.

Their care for children extends beyond the doors

of the office, as Dr. Brian is a board member

for Backpack 4 Kids, which provides food for

children over the weekends and breaks—and

is important now more than ever during the

pandemic. Dr. Brian encourages those interested

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INTRODUCING

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THE EXPERTISE OF NORTHWEST NATIVE

BY TAYLOR SHILLAM

Space Exploration Technologies Corporation, or SpaceX,

began with a billionaire’s dream of transporting humans to

Mars.

Founded in the early 2000s by investor and business guru Elon

Musk, the forward-thinking company has been behind a number of

revolutionary firsts and major milestones in its first two decades as a

company.

According to CNET, Musk’s venture into the realm of space was rooted

in the intention to buy a rocket as a publicity stunt to reignite the world’s

excitement for space. The vision that began with a plan to purchase a

Russian rocket turned into finding a way to build his own, with Musk’s

creation of SpaceX.

SpaceX is the only private company that has returned a spacecraft from

low-Earth orbit—and its achievements don’t stop there.

The company’s big victories began in 2008, when it became the first

privately funded group to put a payload in Earth’s orbit. Its Falcon 1

rocket orbited Earth for the first time on September 28 of that year,

paving the way for Falcon 9, it’s nine-engine version of the original

Falcon.

The first orbital class rocket capable of preflight, the Falcon 9 is a

reusable, two-stage rocket designed and manufactured for the reliable

and safe transport of payloads (meaning people, satellites or cargo,

typically measured in terms of weight) into Earth’s orbit and beyond.

The two-stage Falcon 9 rocket is unique in its ability to transport

its carrying load into orbit, then have its first stage return to Earth.

Traditionally, a rocket’s stages are due to the high amount of fuel required

to launch a rocket; once the first stage has emptied its fuel, it detaches

and returns to Earth, allowing the second stage to continue on without

the excess weight.

An orbital rocket that has been used to launch satellites for a number of

purposes and resupply the International Space Station, the Falcon 9 has

now flown over 80 missions.

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Weighing over 1.2 million pounds, the Falcon 9 is

nearly 230 feet tall and 12 feet in diameter. According to

SpaceX, the rocket’s nine engines are gradually throttled

near the end of first-stage flight, to limit acceleration as

the rocket’s mass decreases with the burning of fuel. The

engines are also used to decelerate the vehicle at landing

time.

The rocket has four landing legs, made from state-ofthe-art

fiber placed symmetrically around the base of

the rocket to deploy just before landing.

The Falcon 9’s successful upright landing and recovery

in December 2015 was a major win for SpaceX, as that

first safe and successful landing paved the way for the

creation of the final version of Falcon 9: the Block 5

Falcon 9 rocket, designed to be refurbished for reuse of

up to 100 times.

According to Time, reusable, recoverable rocket stages

that can touch down on dry land have been a topic of

discussion for decades, with the goal to reduce costs and

bring speed to turnaround time, but SpaceX was the first

to successfully make the concept a reality.

SpaceX’s rockets are streamlined in terms of engine

design and production; helping to reduce costs and

outsourcing, as a majority of the company’s parts are

produced on its own factory floor.

Why the focus on reusability? It’s what allows SpaceX to

supply the most expensive parts of the rocket, in turn

driving down the cost of space access and potentially

breaking barriers to taking space travel further than it’s

ever been.

The majority of rockets are designed to burn up on

reentry, but SpaceX rockets can withstand reentry, to

successfully return to Earth with the ability to fly again.

Most of the cost from launching a rocket comes from

building it; and historically, most rockets have only

flown one time. SpaceX believes that a fully, rapidly

reusable rocket is the required “pivotal breakthrough” to

substantially reduce the cost of space access.

According to SpaceX, a commercial airplane costs about

the same to build as the Falcon 9 rocket, but will typically

fly multiple times per day and conduct tens of thousands

of flights over its lifetime.

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By their logic, if following the commercial model,

a rapidly reusable space launch vehicle could

significantly reduce the cost of traveling to space.

Making any margin of progress in the realm of

rocketry is significant, and SpaceX is in the business

of redefining successful space transport.

In May of 2020, the company’s Crew Dragon capsule,

perched atop the Falcon 9 rocket, transported NASA

astronauts to space. Launching from the Kennedy

Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, it was

SpaceX’s first ever human-spaceflight launch. The

May 30, 2020 mission also marked the first U.S.

rocket launch with a crew of astronauts since 2011,

when the shuttle era came to an end.

Many of SpaceX’s earlier milestones led up to last

year’s successful launch.

In 2008, the Falcon 1 became the first privately

developed fuel rocket to reach the Earth’s orbit.

In 2012, the Dragon spacecraft became the first

commercial spacecraft to deliver cargo to and from

the International Space Station. Then in 2015,

the Falcon 9 rocket achieved the first-ever orbital

class rocket landing, delivering 11 communication

satellites to orbit.

It’s easy for successes within the realm of space

transport and rocketry to feel like tales from another

planet. However, a connection to the works of

SpaceX can be found closer to home in North Idaho

native Jacob Katz, a senior guidance and navigation

control engineer for the company.

Katz has been involved in many of SpaceX’s innovative

projects, including the Falcon 9 rocket. He will often

see missions through from start to finish, figuring

out the possibility of a proposed mission, designing

a vehicle’s trajectory, programming its software and

controlling its launch.

The 2003 Bonners Ferry High School graduate has

helped make possible the launch of several successful

missions on behalf of SpaceX. Katz graduated from

MIT, having studied aeronautics and astronautics

before joining the company.

Katz brought to SpaceX a unique background in both

software development and engineering. After a string

of unique internship opportunities including one

with Jeff Bezos’ Seattle-based company Blue Origin,

and successfully launching an international Robotics

league with his father as a PhD student, Katz quickly

became well-rounded in his field.

The Falcon 9 missions and milestones have garnered

a lot of media attention through the years, and Katz’s

expertise has supported him in being involved in

the navigation, trajectory and completion of several

milestone flights.

Young aspiring scientists can find inspiration in

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to continue learning.

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Katz was raised by teachers and always wanted to learn more about the

mechanics of how things work. Recalling an impressive simulation of a

space shuttle crew mission in his fifth grade class, he remains thankful for

the teachers who invested their time in opening his eyes up to the world.

“It’s so valuable to support the school system,” Katz said, emphasizing

his gratitude for the opportunities he was provided by great educators he

encountered along the way to SpaceX—his father included.

Katz contributed to the two astronauts successfully landing with the first

flight of the Crew Dragon in May, and a second trip completed with four

astronauts in November 2020.

With 108 total launches, 71 landings and 50 reflow rockets, SpaceX

continues to move forward and innovate, operating with their chief mission

in mind: making humanity multi-planetary.

Musk, who has famously co-founded the major companies PayPal, Tesla

Motors, and solar energy company Solar City, had no formal training in

rocketry but has unsurprisingly found success with his creation of SpaceX,

which holds its own among established companies like Boeing.

Musk was the winner of this year’s Axel Springer Award, given by the

media and tech company to innovative personalities who generate change

and influence culture. The award recognizes achievement and encourages

continued progress.

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The award-winning founder has a big vision for the company, having shared at the awards broadcast that he believes

SpaceX can start sending humans to Mars by 2026, at the latest. Musk has discussed setting his sights on Mars on

several occasions, with many eager to find out if his estimated frame is realistic.

At a distance of about 140 million miles away, Mars is one of Earth’s closest neighbors. “It’s a little cold, but we can

warm it up,” SpaceX states on their website, describing the distance from Mars to the sun being about 1.5 times the

distance between the Earth and sun.

SpaceX plans to create a reusable transportation system capable of an orbit refueling and leveraging Mars’ natural

H20 and C02 resources to refuel on the surface of Mars. The company states they are working on the next generation

of fully reusable launch vehicles that will be the most powerful ever built, capable of carrying humans to the red

planet and other space bound destinations.

Today, the Starship, a combination of their Starship spacecraft and Super Heavy rocket, represents a “fully reusable

transportation system designed to carry both crew and cargo to Earth orbit, the Moon, Mars and beyond,” SpaceX

described, noting the vehicle’s ability to carry over 100 metric tons to Earth orbit.

Starship 8 successfully launched and landed on December 8, 2020, showing promise for the model’s future

endeavors.

To see SpaceX vehicles in action, visit SpaceX.com or the company’s YouTube channel for videos of each Falcon 9

and Falcon Heavy flights. Each launch is broadcast live online, with the launch schedule continuously updated on

the Twitter feeds of both SpaceX and Musk.

When innovative minds and revolutionary, forward-thinking technology are combined, there is truly no telling

what distances can be reached.

“It’s about believing in the future and thinking that the future will be better than the past,” Musk has said to describe

his vision. “And I can’t think of anything more exciting than going out there and being among the stars.”


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SHOW THE LOVE

VALENTINE’S DAY RAFFLE TO BE HELD FEBRUARY 12

By Jillian Chandler

To celebrate the season, 253 Lifestyle Magazine’s sister publication,

Gig Harbor Living Local, is excited to announce their Show the

Love giveaway!

In partnership with the many generous businesses that can be found

throughout the Gig Harbor community and beyond, you won’t want to

miss your chance to take home the prize!

Now through Friday, February 12, all are encouraged to share why they

love Gig Harbor and what makes it so special to them. And you can enter

in just two easy steps! Step one: Like/follow Gig Harbor Living Local on

Facebook or Instagram. Step two: Comment why you love Gig Harbor.

Just two days before Valentine’s Day, a winner will be chosen randomly

from all of those who participated/commented via social media.

This incredible gift basket has something for everyone and is filled with all

the amazing things Gig Harbor (and Tacoma!) have to offer.

From gift cards to specialty merchandise, nearly two dozen area businesses

are sharing the love with one lucky winner. Items include a travel size ZO

Skin Health Gentle Cleanser, Exfoliating Polish and Complexion Renewal

Pads courtesy of Gig Harbor Aesthetics; one-month unlimited passes for

both Tuladhara Yoga and 9Round Gym; Gig Harbor Brewing gift card and

merchandise; pottery from Alinda Morris Design; gift card and barbecue

sauce thanks to BBQ2U; a bottle of wine from Carl’s Pond; a float session

from Urban Float University Place; and much, much more!

Don’t miss out! Now’s the time to show your love!

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Each Saturday in February, and continuing through the end of

March, explore the outdoor art and architecture of the Museum of

Glass, the Chihuly Bridge of Glass and Thea Foss Waterway with

Museum of Glass’ education staff! Tours, which are available in three

different time slots (11am, 1pm and 3pm) last about 45 minutes

each and include little-known facts about the art and architecture

along the waterway. To register, visit MuseumofGlass.org/walkingtour.

The tours are $10 per person, with capacity limited to six per

tour. Participants are asked to meet at the Museum of Glass Store.

All ages are welcome.

23RD ANNUAL NEW YEAR CELEBRATION

The APCC Annual New Year Celebration is going virtual this year.

2021 has arrived, and to celebrate—virtually—the Asia Pacific

Cultural Center will be hosting their 23rd Annual Asia Pacific

New Year Celebration—featuring the Marshall Islands. Viewers

will be treated to live virtual entertainment from many countries

and cultures: Indonesia, Japan, China, Hawaii, Philippines, Korea,

Thailand, Fiji, Samoa, Tonga, Vietnam, Cambodia, Okinawa,

Micronesia, India, Tokelau, Burma, Taiwan, Pakistan, Tahiti, Laos,

Hmong, Mongolia, Singapore, Micronesia, Federated States and

more. The virtual six-day event is scheduled to kick off Monday,

February 8, starting at 11am, and will conclude on Saturday,

February 13. The live entertainment will be held online on Facebook

Live (Facebook.com/AsiaPacificCulturalCenter) and YouTube

(Bit.ly/APCC96YouTube). For a complete listing of the week’s

lineup, view the schedule on APCC96.org.

CULINARY DATE NIGHT IN: COOKING FOR TWO

Make it a date night with this cooking-for-two cooking class.

Have some fun while learning to make the perfect meal for two

with your special someone. You’ll learn how to pair foods and

learn new skills that will keep on giving. This class will be held via

Zoom from the Mobile Teaching Kitchen, sponsored by Regence

BlueShield. Registration for the class is $15 and can be done online

at MetroParksTacoma.org/event-date-night-in-cooking-for-2.

Login information will be sent via email prior to the class. The

Mobile Teaching Kitchen is a custom-built, 26-foot trailer featuring

room for a group of people to prepare and cook a variety of foods.

It was dedicated in March last year and is now used to host virtual

cooking classes.

* Please note, as of press time, these events were still scheduled to take place

as planned. Due to the current health crisis, there is the possibility that event

schedules may change or events canceled completely. Be sure to visit event

websites to stay up to date with current information.

SUBMIT YOUR EVENTS ONLINE!

Want your event to appear on the largest event site in the Northwest?

Submit your events to us online at Events.DirectoryNorthwest.com 24/7, 365 days a year!

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SHEPHERD’S PIE

Recipe Courtesy of Tina VanDenHeuvel

You can follow Tina @madebetterforyou on Instagram

INGREDIENTS:

1 tbsp. avocado oil

2 tbsp. butter

2 lbs. ground beef

1 large onion

2 carrots, diced

3 celery stalks, diced

1 cup frozen peas

2 sprigs each rosemary and thyme

2 bay leaves

1 tbsp. tapioca starch

1 cup red wine

1 1/2 cups beef stock

2 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce

2 tbsp. tomato paste

For the topping:

1 large cauliflower

1/4 cup butter

1 tbsp. heavy cream

1/2 cup parmesan, shredded

METHOD:

• Heat 1 tablespoon avocado oil and 1 tablespoon butter in a large cast-iron pot set

over medium heat. Add the beef and cook until brown. When done, remove the

beef into a bowl from the pan with a slotted spoon and set aside.

• Add the remaining tablespoon of butter to the pan and add onions, carrots, celery

and peas. Season with salt and sauté vegetables until tender—about 10 minutes.

Add the rosemary, thyme and tapioca starch and wine. Cook until wine has reduced

to half. Add beef stock, Worcestershire sauce and tomato paste. Cook until sauce

has reduced and thickened—about 20 minutes. Add in beef and simmer for 10

minutes. Pour into an oven-safe dish to cool.

• In a large pot, bring 2 cups of water to a boil. Add the cauliflower and cover with a

lid to allow cauliflower to steam. Cauliflower is done when pierced with a fork and

cauliflower is soft—about 15 minutes.

• Remove cauliflower from the pot into a high-powered blender. Add butter cream

and parmesan and blend until smooth.

• Top meat with cauliflower and bake in a 350˚F preheated oven for 30 minutes.

Remove from the oven and allow to cool slightly before serving.

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PARK CITY, UTAH

A FLIGHT IN THE MORNING AND HITTING THE SLOPES BY AFTERNOON

BY MARGUERITE CLEVELAND

Park City, Utah, is one of the best destinations in the United States to ski—especially if you need to fly here.

You can fly to Salt Lake City’s brand-new airport, which opened in September 2020. Its oversize baggage

claim utilizes state-of-the-art technology to deliver ski bags vertically, eliminating the wait for oversize

baggage. Accessing your rental car is a breeze with an entrance to the parking garage near the baggage

claim. Arrive in the morning, and after a short 35-minute drive to Park City, you can hit the slopes the same day.

Park City really does live up to its reputation as a premier winter vacation destination. Alaska Airlines offers nonstop

flights from Seattle and one-stop flights from Spokane. You can snag some great rates with their promotions.

Usually, hotels and resorts are fully booked six months out, but due to the pandemic you can still find availability

and some great rates.

When you exit Interstate 80 on your way into Park City, stop at the Kimball Junction Center, the main visitor center

for Park City. It’s a great spot to get recommendations for your visit as well as exclusive offers. They even have coffee.

Also in Kimball Junction is an outlet mall and shopping.

Where to Stay

Park City offers a variety of lodging types in all price points. The Sheraton Park City offers a centrally located

property and is a good fit for families. The complimentary shuttle does ski runs during the day to Park City

Mountain, and in the evening runs to Main Street for dining and shopping. Timbers Bar and heated patio offer a

complimentary après-ski appetizer and hot beverage each afternoon, and children are welcome. The indoor atrium

pool, hot tub and sauna hit the spot after a day of skiing.

For a truly luxury stay, head to the Deer Valley Resort to stay at the Stein Eriksen Lodge. The authentic European

lodge welcomes you from the moment you arrive with warm, crackling fireplaces and touches of Olympian Stein

Eriksen’s Norwegian heritage. With opulent dining, great ski-in/ski-out access and a high-end spa, the lodge truly

earns its Forbes Five-Star hotel and spa rating.

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One of the best places in the

“United States to ski

What to Do

People from all over the world flock to Park City for its famed dry powder snow,

so it is no surprise the premier winter activity is skiing at two renowned ski

resorts. Park City Mountain is the largest in the United States at over 7,300

acres. Deer Valley provides a luxury experience to their day guests. The pricey

lift tickets include free parking and complimentary ski storage, and they limit

the number of skiers on the mountain so there are no big crowds. Spread out

over six mountains, this is the place to go for uncrowded slopes. Both properties

have procedures in place for COVID-19, and you will be required to wear a

mask on the slopes. Purchase lift tickets in advance, and those with epic passes

must reserve their ski days.

Historic Main Street is the place to be for dining and shopping. It is located on

a hill, so wear shoes or boots with a good tread, as it can be slippery in the ice

and snow. Make sure to allow time to visit the Park City Museum. This museum

covers the early mining and skiing history, as well as the Sundance Festival.

Great imaginative interactive exhibits bring that history to life. Sit on a train

bench and watch historic videos from the “windows.” Experience being a miner

and set off TNT for a simulated explosion. This is not a large museum, but all

the space is well used. Adults and children alike will enjoy it.

Utah Olympic Park is just a short drive from downtown Park City and is worth

a visit. The main building houses two museums: the Alf Engen Ski Museum and

the Eccles Salt Lake 2002 Winter Games Museum. Admission is free to both.

Olympians from all over the world train and compete here, so you may have an

opportunity to see a competition. The museums have some fun simulators. One

lets you try your skill at ski jumping. There is also a Winter Bobsled Experience

where you hurtle down the Salt Lake 2020 Olympic Winter Games Sliding

Track with a professional pilot at the helm.

Where to Eat

Dining in Park City is a treat, and there is such a variety at all price points.

The Eating Establishment is located on Main Street and is a must for breakfast,

which you can order all day. They have an interesting take on traditional egg

dishes. Try the loaded baked potato omelet—it tastes as good as it sounds.

For a true splurge head up to the Stein Eriksen Lodge for their Alpenglobe experience.

It is like being inside a snow globe. The clear domes sit on the deck of

the Mountain Lodge and are climate controlled with a panoramic view of Deer

Valley. Absolutely stunning. For a less expensive option, come up and enjoy

breakfast at Glitretind. The Norwegian Potato and Bacon Pancake topped with

poached eggs, Jarlsberg cheese sauce and cranberries is a unique memorable

dish that makes it worth the drive to Deer Valley.

Chimayo is located on Main Street and is such a special place. The service is

impeccable, and the Southwestern décor and Mexican tile floor add a cozy feel.

The freshly baked bread is served with a house-made cilantro bread oil that

elevates this humble starter. At least one person at your table needs to order the

Crown Roast of Barbecue Spareribs. It is one of those dishes that arrives, and

everyone exclaims at the presentation. Caramelized chipotle-glazed spareribs

are rolled to give the appearance of a crown pork roast and filled with mashed

potatoes on a bed of hominy salpicon. Truly divine.

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The Silver Star Café is in the Silver Star Village. You’ll want to make dinner reservations, as it is very popular—

especially with the locals. The owners focus on their “four legs of our table”: great food, ambiance, service and

music (COVID-19 dependent). A must-try dish is the Pork Osso Bucco, which was featured on the Food Network’s

Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. This meal has a lot going on with coconut creamed corn, nestled around a locally

sourced pork shank, and topped with fresh tomatillo salsa, cotija cheese, cilantro and pork jus.

Two health notes: Park City has COVID-19 policies in effect to ensure your safety. Most restaurants are open for

indoor dining with limited capacity. Shops and attractions are open as well. You must wear a mask for most activities

and maintain social distancing of 6 feet. With an elevation range between 7,000 and 10,000 feet above sea level, you

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