All posts tagged "Jackson Hole"

  • ILLUSTRATION BY KELLY HALPIN
    Jackson’s wellness underdogs unleashed

    Couch to 5K inspires new breed of fitness warriors We’ve all been there, looking at those running shoes sitting next to the door, the dog wondering if today is the day we’re going to start — I...

    • Posted April 23, 2015
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  • arah and Chris Pittenger are the organizers of a special JH pop-up dinner. Chris worked as a server/sommelier at Restaurant Terroir and today is a winemaker in California. (Photo: Sarah Pettinger)
    FEED ME! Friendly ghost of restaurant past returns

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Get your tickets now. There will only be about 50 seats at what is sure to be one of the best meals of the summer. June 29, 14 guys (sadly they are all...

    • Posted April 23, 2015
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    GET OUT: Motley crews command the desert

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – I escaped time this week. Leaving Jackson early in the day, I initiated the trek toward Moab via I-15. The roads were high speed and the drivers were maniacs but I managed my...

    • Posted April 14, 2015
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    FEATURE STORY: The Journey to Jackson

    One man’s odyssey across the border. Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Beneath a mesquite tree somewhere in the Texas desert, Luis huddled next to six other Hispanic immigrants who had just crossed the border from Mexico. Their journey...

    • Posted April 7, 2015
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  • Wyatt Lowe & the Mayhem Kings just returned from a run of shows in Chicago. (Photo credit: Zac Rosser.)
    MUSIC BOX: Sodapop’s Bottomless Well

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Seventeen-year-old guitar slinger and rockabilly minstrel Wyatt Lowe has the goods of a seasoned musician that would lead you to believe he has been a performing bandleader for decades. The evidence is his...

    • Posted April 7, 2015
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  • A large gap between treeline and the water level in California’s Shasta Lake on August 25, 2014, is one sign of the state’s devastating drought. Shasta Reservoir is at 30 percent of its total capacity and 47 percent of its historical average capacity. (Photo credit: California Department of Water Resources.)
    GUEST OPINION: Climate Change is my fault

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – It’s been a pretty testy winter to say the least. After four years of tragic snowfall amounts in the Sierra I want to yell out, “Can somebody please tell me what is going...

    • Posted April 7, 2015
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  • Whether in the mountains or by the pool, don’t forget an essential item that wicks away sweat and protects you from the sun: the almighty buff. (Photo credit: Elizabeth Koutrelakos)
    GET OUT: Praise be to buff

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The days here in northwest Wyoming are almost desert-like. Freezing temperatures in the morning quickly change to mind-melting days in the sun. Cold mornings sometimes make me think that I will never be...

    • Posted April 7, 2015
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    This Week’s PLANET Picks

    When in doubt, look up An artist’s work often reflects the complexion of his environs. Different surroundings, people, and energy all have a way of seeping into the creative process. When photographer Bailey Russel moved from Seattle...

    • Posted April 7, 2015
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  • Photo credit: Business Insider
    THEM ON US

    Seeing red at Yellowstone It was the day before April Fools’ Day, so it’s hard to believe anything you read. But March 31 headlines read that one Russian geopolitical analyst called for his country to nuke Yellowstone...

    • Posted April 7, 2015
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    REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Enhanced streams and legacy properties

    Christina Grey, a Sotheby’s Realtor and my latest inamorata, stopped by my trailer last week. “Sotheby’s on MSN!” she exclaimed. “There’s a pictorial in its online news showing the most expensive home in Wyoming. And guess what?...

    • Posted April 7, 2015
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