- MUSIC BOX: Jackson turns 100, Skynyrd turns 40
- GET OUT: Equal exposure in the Equality State
- Ice Bucket Challenge met locally
- CULTURE FRONT: Wallis returns to da streets
- Power to the pedestrian
- Don’t Ask Me No Questions
- Film series rides French New Wave
- WyoFile special: Who bankrolls Wyo.’s top-funded primary candidates?
- MUSIC BOX
- Author talks richness of the road
Cubs meet Dodgers – Hollywood at JHMS
The Cubs and Dodgers met in a legendary match-up at Alpine Field in Jackson, WY. The see-saw battle was cut short when a majority of the players had to leave the game and perform in Mrs. Brubank’s...
- Posted May 31, 2011
Carnaval de Tlaxcala
Carnaval de Tlaxcala took place Saturday in the parking lot of the Teton County Library. This was a crazy 45 minute long polka with no breaks in the music. Deafening keyboard and bass blasted out of the...
- Posted May 29, 2011
Chuck Leavell Speaks and Plays at Jackson Hole Community School Graduation
Chuck Leavell gave the commencement address to the seniors of the Jackson Hole Community School on Friday, May 27. The ceremonies took place in Jackson Hole’s Center for the Arts. Leavell, who is a monster musician, was...
- Posted May 28, 2011
C-Bar-V Ranch Graduation 2011
I made my annual trek out to the C-Bar-V Ranch for their graduation ceremony. It’s always a moving experience. C-Bar-V Ranch is a school for special needs kids.
- Posted May 26, 2011
Festival says farewell to a father
Jackson Hole, Wyo.-With a simple phrase as his guiding light, Maestro Ling Tung brought Grand Teton Music Festival from its humble beginnings in the late 1960s to the expansive seven-week summer classical music event it is today:...
- Posted May 25, 2011
Pro-Israel Demonstration Looks a Little Lonely
Three lonesome demonstrators showed their support for Israel on Monday on the northwest corner of Broadway and Buffalo Way. I dropped by to show some support and to chat for a while. Though I’m a big fan...
- Posted May 23, 2011
The Teton Art Lab Experience: Travis Walker interview
Jackson, WY resident Travis Walker has orchestrated a vortex of artistic energy and eco-activism. In addition to being a talented artist, he’s become a pioneer for choreographing a community project of passionate and creative people. Hard work,...
- Posted May 1, 2011