All posts tagged "Jackson Hole"

  • Shari Brownfield enjoying the Gregor Hildebrandt exhibition at Galerie Wentrup, Art Basel, Miami, 2014.  (Photo credit: Shari Brownfield)
    CULTURE FRONT: Jackson creative reinvents herself

    Shari Brownfield is an art-world dynamo. I met Shari a few years ago when she was in the thick of running her successful children’s clothing company, Soren Lorensen Design. When bulk production proved untenable for the hand-made...

    • Posted March 3, 2015
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  • PHOTO CUTLINE: Dan Corn and Dana Larkin cuddle up at Snow King. (Photo credit: Elizabeth Koutrelakos)
    GET OUT: Are we skiing or dating?

    Much of our culture in Jackson is based upon outdoor activities. For now, a popular hobby of choice is skiing. It seems ski dates in this community often happen during the day, and are somewhat ambiguous even...

    • Posted March 3, 2015
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  • Winter caretaker Steve Fuller. (Photo credit: CBS News)
    THEM ON US

    The Shining Admit it: You want Steve Fuller’s job. The grizzled 70-something has been battling Yellowstone’s winters as the park caretaker for 42 years but he wouldn’t call himself a loner. “What an extraordinary landscape, huh?” he...

    • Posted March 3, 2015
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  • Mix Master Mike PHOTO CREDITS: ALL COURTESY
    MUSIC BOX: March Radness at the Vill

    Even if powder days haven’t been stacked within our weekly schedule as of late, come early March there’s always reprieve with Music Under the Tram (March 7 – April 5) and the accompanying Rendezvous Fest (March 19...

    • Posted March 3, 2015
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    FEATURE: BUZZ-TED

    State and local attitudes toward DUI have sobered considerably in last decade. Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Laughter boomed through the hall as a baffled Representative Keith Gingery stood at the podium. It was February 2005 and the...

    • Posted February 24, 2015
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  • e.leaven’s sticky bun looks much better than it is. (Photo credit: Geraldine Mishev)
    FEED ME: E.leaven does not go to 11

    Walking into e.leaven at 9 on Monday morning, I wondered how it could stay open. A private room off to the side had some sort of meeting going on in it with maybe two dozen people present,...

    • Posted February 24, 2015
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  • Packrafting in front of the Tetons. (Photo credit: backpackinglight.com)
    PROPS & DISSES

    Let ‘em burn bill Adherence to International Building Code may not be the sexiest topic at the state capitol, and it hardly appears to be a pressing matter in Teton County, but what a handy little piece...

    • Posted February 24, 2015
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    This Week’s PLANET Picks

    Craft cocktail cool Next time you order a craft cocktail, take a moment to note the love and attention poured into your libation. From exacting technique to house-made, quality ingredients, craft cocktails taste noticeably different than a...

    • Posted February 24, 2015
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  • Cheney protesters gather on the University of Wyoming campus (Photo credit: Casper Tribune)
    THEM ON US

    Forever valentine A Casper man made national headlines when he gave his wife flowers for Valentine’s Day. Big deal, right? Him and 20 million other guys. Well, Jim Golay did it from the grave. When Shelly received...

    • Posted February 24, 2015
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  • REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: 50 Shades of Black Silk

    Last week I interviewed Christina Grey for The Planet. Christina is a Sotheby’s realtor who amassed a fortune by selling unique, one-of-a-kind, unmatched, exceptional, distinctive, legacy properties with panoramic, amazing and powerful views. There was immediate chemistry...

    • Posted February 24, 2015
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