- 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
All posts by Mary Grossman
Awkward moments target of vid club
The Jackson Hole Community School Video club meets once per week to produce a weekly video shown to the JHJC students on Tuesday afternoons. They claim that humor and awkward moments are their focus. “We make videos...
- Posted October 26, 2011
Give us your Props and Wishes for 2011
I published some of my prop wishes for Wyoming and Jackson in the New Year in our Newsmaker issue this week http://planetjh.com/news/A_106896.aspx. Among other things, I’d like to see lodging tax revenue used to promote a Jackson...
- Posted December 29, 2010
So it does not happen again
Jackson Hole, Wyo.-Her formal Danish name is Inger Peschcke-Koedt, but she goes by Inger Koedt. The 95-year-old Jackson resident eschews all the trappings of old age, preferring skis and climbing gear over a walker and Matlock...
- Posted February 10, 2010
The Buzz: News&Guide takes action against hospital CEO
By Ben Cannon Jackson Hole, Wyo.-A pair of Jackson Hole News&Guide editors has taken legal action against the CEO of St. John’s Medical Center, alleging he has repeatedly ignored a reporter’s requests for surgery data that they...
- Posted April 1, 2009
I am me: After losing an eye to cancer, plein aire painter Greg McHuron resurfaces with a new perspective on life.
Jackson Hole, Wyo.- Greg McHuron, a Jackson Hole resident, is a formidable figure amongst plein aire painters countrywide. His work hangs in five galleries, including Trailside Galleries, and he is preparing for a show with Jim Wilcox...
- Posted September 10, 2008