- FEATURE: The Path to Ruins, Burgeoning author Andrew Munz hunts down Jess Walter
- WELL, THAT HAPPENED: Dear writers: Dream big
- GALLOPIN’ GRANDMA: Fur and loathing in the airport
- GET OUT: King keeps it simple and light
- CULTURE FRONT: New life in the lab
- MUSIC BOX: Go to Therapy with The New Mastersounds
- THIS WEEK: JANUARY 21-27
- PROPS & DISSES
- COSMIC CAFE: Q: Am I an old soul or a new soul?
- Hooters rumor a bust
All posts by Kelsey Dayton
SPECIAL EVENT: Peace activist talks Israel and Palestine
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Ben Scher doesn’t care what Gershon Baskin talks about when he speaks to the junior’s current affairs class and Model United Nations Club at Jackson Hole Community School. “He can do any talk...
- Posted November 4, 2014
SPECIAL EVENT: Juggling comedy and innovation
Moschen and Berky reunite on Center stage Jackson Hole, Wyoming – In the late 1970s, a producer in New York City introduced Bob Berky to Michael Moschen, starting a more than 10-year partnership in which the two...
- Posted October 14, 2014
Dance from the ground up
JACKSON, WYO – Annual show produced entirely by students Ruby Jones was interviewing at her dream school, the London Contemporary Dance School, when the dean asked her what made her special as a dancer. She told of...
- Posted May 6, 2014
JACKSON, WYO – Jackson Hole provides the inspiration for lifestyle-clothing manufacturers There is a mystique in Jackson that draws visitors, captivates locals and fosters creativity. It is that mystique that some Jackson-based clothing companies credit for inspiration...
- Posted April 29, 2014
CULTURE MATTERS: Munz’s new show takes poke at Jackson ski scene
Let’s just get it out there: Andy Munz hasn’t been skiing this year. In fact, he hasn’t skied in two years. He sold his gear before moving to Chicago and hasn’t been able to afford to buy...
- Posted March 12, 2014
FEATURE STORY: Picking Pickering’s brain
JACKSON, WYO – When Thomas Pickering entered the Foreign Service in 1959, the Cold War was just beginning. The Soviet Union saw NATO as a threat and U.S. and Soviet Union foreign policy carefully danced around each...
- Posted February 18, 2014
CULTURE MATTERS: Yo Miss tells many young stories
JACKSON, WYO – “Yo, Miss.” That is how the students at the international high school where Judith Sloan works in Queens, N.Y., address her. One, who recently arrived from Ecuador, told her how he expected to meet...
- Posted February 18, 2014
CULTURE MATTERS: The sound of Prevention
JACKSON, WYO – Pioneering oncologist talks nutrition, alternative healing Cancer will touch one in three women and affect two out of every three men. Everyone is at risk for developing it, or at least will know someone...
- Posted February 11, 2014
CULTURE MATTERS: Dancing outside the box
JACKSON, WYO – Have you ever thought of a cardboard box and how you would describe it? Andrea Miller did, and the more she thought about the box, the more interesting it became. Its weight is unknown...
- Posted February 4, 2014
HIGH ART: A ski hunting heritage
JACKSON, WYO – For thousands of years the people living in the Altay Mountains of East-Central Asia have built their own skis. They are designed for the champagne powder of the mountains and to allow the maneuvering...
- Posted January 21, 2014