Nobody’s here. That I recognize. Empty streets, idle merchants, half-filled restaurants…the last quiet that Park City will know for 10 or 11 days. It all cranks up starting tomorrow. I shared a $34 dollar airport shuttle into town with Hollywood Reporter guy Gregg Goldstein — that’s the single most noteworthy thing that’s happened over the last eight or nine hours. It’s now about 3 or 4 degrees outside. Ice crystals in my nostrils. A big storm is coming on Sunday, the shuttle driver said.

Egyptian theatre, upper Main Street, Park City

Wasatch mountains, a few minutes away from landing at Salt Lake City airport — Wednesday, 1.16.08, 4:55 pm

Lower Main Street — 1.16.08, 9:25 pm