All posts tagged "Jackson Hole"

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    FEATURE: Quiet casualties

    Why we shouldn’t stay silent about suicides in a small town Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Many people who attempt suicide often talk about wanting rest or trying to find peace. They don’t want to die so much but...

    • Posted July 28, 2015
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    CREATIVE PEAKS: Center style

    Esperanza Spalding laces audience with innovative music and performance Jackson Hole, Wyoming – When Shannon McCormick first heard about Esperanza Spalding eight years ago, the Center for the Arts programming director knew immediately the young composer and...

    • Posted July 28, 2015
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  • Matt Grabowski and Renee Knutson on the porch of their Blair Place Apartment. The couple says their future in the valley is uncertain when their lease expires in May and their rent takes a sharp rise.

(Credit: Robyn Vincent)
    THE BUZZ: The faces of Blair

    If Blair Place residents are forced from the valley, just who do we stand to lose? This week’s installment broaches personal territory as the author highlights one of the first people she met in Jackson, an exuberant...

    • Posted July 28, 2015
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    REDNECK: Exempt from ‘Obey’

    Stop sign art has one cyclist reeling Susie, my organic juice girl, insisted I get more exercise. So, I tried. I left my TV clicker in another room and changed channels by hand, traveling between the couch...

    • Posted July 28, 2015
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  • Q Roadhouse chef Matty Melehes displays his culinary prowess on Food Network’s ‘Chopped Grill Masters.’  Vote for him in the fan poll at foodnetwork.com. (Photo: David Lang)
    THEM ON US

    Living large with less It might seem somewhat ironic that Jackson Hole is the home base for a “simplification” and “downsizing” movement focused on “tiny homes.” The valley’s current housing woes have been brought on, in part,...

    • Posted July 21, 2015
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  • Pro-rider Travis Rice and artist Tim Tomkinson collaborated on a design, now available as a poster print, invoking the essence of Wyoming. (Photo: Asymbol Gallery)
    CREATIVE PEAKS: Cowboy State cool

    T. Rice teamed up with artist to promote Wyo. flavors, now available for your wall  Jackson Hole, Wyoming  It’s easy to forget there is more to Wyoming than the stunning Tetons, but snowboarder Travis Rice and artist...

    • Posted July 21, 2015
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  • From performances and classes to open rehearsals, New York City Ballet Moves delivers a bevy of interactive events this week. (Photo: Paul Kolnik/dancers’ workshop)
    MOVE: Big Apple ballet

    Renowned dance company returns with myriad offerings Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Years ago, when Noelle Houser, now 17, was a little girl, she watched the New York City Ballet perform the “Nutcracker,” in New York City. Afterward...

    • Posted July 21, 2015
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  • A bird’s eye view of the Crystal Creek landslide. (Photo: Matt Lancaster/USFS)
    GET OUT: Mud, snakes and slides

    Embracing unexpected adventure in the Gros Ventre Jackson Hole, Wyoming – My strong desire to see something new recently collided along with rumors of a legendary disaster in the Gros Ventre led me to the Crystal Creek...

    • Posted July 21, 2015
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  • Candidate Pete Muldoon has garnered robust community support after announcing his intent for Turley’s seat on Thursday. (Photo: David Swift)
    THE BUZZ: The long list

    A string of Dems line up for a shot at Turley’s seat Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Replacing Melissa Turley on the Board of County Commissioners will be an insightful exercise into all things politics. The process will...

    • Posted July 21, 2015
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  • Valley do-gooder Jorge Moreno says he may have to uproot the life him and his family planted in Jackson after Blair Place Apartments announced a sharp rent hike in the midst of a historic housing shortage. (Photo: Robyn Vincent)
    THE BUZZ: The faces of Blair

    If residents of Blair Place Apartments are forced from the valley, just who do we stand to lose? This marks the first piece in a weekly series spotlighting vital community members who may leave Jackson in response...

    • Posted July 21, 2015
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