All posts tagged "pjh"

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    FEATURE: Fish out of Water

    How a Hawaiian transplant is bringing his marine mojo to Wyoming. Jackson, WY — A windowless white Ford Econoline van pulls up to a restaurant and a man donning sunglasses with shoulder length blonde hair steps out of...

    • Posted February 2, 2016
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    GUEST OPINION: Playing Safe

    Let’s make the best decisions possible in the backcountry, and stay alive. Jackson, WY – Our decisions have consequences. This hit home for me on Monday, March 7, 2005, when one decision saved a life; another, nearly...

    • Posted February 2, 2016
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  • 160203MusicBox
    MUSIC BOX: Potter Plunges into Pop

    The rock songstress returns with a new band, and a new sound. Jackson, WY – Artists reinvent themselves for a slew of reasons, wise and unwarranted. David Bowie’s long career was constantly fluid. Robert Plant went Americana....

    • Posted February 2, 2016
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  • 160203GetOut
    GET OUT: Wimpy Triumph

    Overcoming a questionable breakfast and a slick skin track to get to the top. Jackson, WY – This weekend, I had a new ski date lined up. This was no Tinder or “Planet Loveland,” but simply an...

    • Posted February 2, 2016
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  • 160203CreativePeaks
    CREATIVE PEAKS: Of Clay We are Created

    Figurative sculpture kicks off Center’s 2016 art season in high relief. Jackson, WY – The lunch lady wears a hairnet, collared shirt and glasses. She is the cafeteria worker we all know and remember, and she is...

    • Posted February 2, 2016
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  • 160203Redneck
    REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Pilsner, Pickups and Potato Chips

    Man-to-Man coverage of Super Sunday’s Pigskin Classic. Jackson, WY – It’s time for the Super Bowl! Four hours of drinking, eating, and television, all so we can watch the less-than 12 minutes of action that takes place...

    • Posted February 2, 2016
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  • 160203WTH
    WELL, THAT HAPPENED: Trading the Hole for the Unknown

    A microcosm of international travelers come together to WorkAway. Last fall, over two steaming cups of tea at the Lotus Cafe, Jamie Dunphy and I chatted about my plans for Iceland. I knew that my life in Jackson...

    • Posted February 2, 2016
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    FEATURE: Labor Pains

    When the valley’s promised land of milk and money turns sour for foreign workers. Jackson, WY – When Oksana* arrived in America last year the very first thing she remembers was the mountains. She was awestruck by...

    • Posted January 26, 2016
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  • 160127MusicBox
    MUSIX BOX: Wild for John Wayne’s World

    Instrumental jazz-funk-soul project expands scope with vocalist. Jackson, WY – Drummer John Wayne Harris, Jr. has been the backbone in several local music projects since moving to the valley a handful of years ago—Elk Attack, Mandatory Air,...

    • Posted January 26, 2016
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  • 160127CreativePeaks
    CREATIVE PEAKS: Stage Savoir-Faire

    Renowned storytellers bring Moth Mainstage to the Center. Jackson, WY – There is only one thing you have to do when you attend the Moth Mainstage: Listen. If you can abandon expectations, forget about your cell phone,...

    • Posted January 26, 2016
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