All posts tagged "pjh"

  • Greensky Bluegrass (left) heats up the Pink Garter Friday evening. Remember to pace yourself though, because the Fireman’s Ball, featuring Anders Osborn and more, happens the following night, Saturday, at the Heritage Arena.
    MUSIC BOX: Fiery Jams

    Bluegrass, country and rock come to Garter and Fireman’s Ball this weekend. Jackson, WY – It’s rare to see a busy week of music in the off-season, but for those of us left in town we have...

    • Posted November 10, 2015
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  • Take your pick: solitude and sketchy skiing abound this time of year. (Photo: Elizabeth Koutrelakos)
    GET OUT: Space to Explore

    Enjoy a few quieter places while you wait for the snow to fall. Jackson, WY – The hoards of humans mulling about downtown has thinned, and while some locals take off for Thailand and Nicarauga this time...

    • Posted November 10, 2015
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  • While many folks opt to use mass transit in the winter, Jackson’s summer season is becoming synonymous with vexatious traffic. But as the author of this column often likes to point out, it doesn’t have to be this way. (Photo: Josh Myers/planet file photo)
    GUEST OPINION: Crosstown Traffic

    Transit is the ticket to tackling seasonal vehicular madness. Jackson, WY – We all felt it this summer, and it didn’t feel good. Seasonal traffic congestion that was worse than ever. On one particular Wednesday, it felt...

    • Posted November 10, 2015
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    FROM THE JHSM ARCHIVES: FINDING JAMIE LYNN

    Editor’s Note: As snowboarders near and far shed their blood, sweat and tears over the upcoming issue of Jackson Hole Snowboarder Magazine, we decided to revisit one of our favorite pieces from last year. Jamie Lynn is...

    • Posted November 10, 2015
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  • Dorotea Saykaly in the short film ‘Painted,’ screening  for the Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema Saturday at the Center for the Arts. (Photo: Duncan McDowall)
    CREATIVE PEAKS: Motion Pictures

    Silver screen comes alive with beautiful body mechanics. Jackson, WY – Carrie Richer was amazed at her dad’s old metal-framed backpack. It was hard to think he used to carry that around in the mountains. That backpack...

    • Posted November 10, 2015
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  • Is the adult populace sending too many mixed messages to young people in Jackson? (Photo: Jake Joslyn)
    FROM OUR READERS

    Potholes to Pot Three years ago, Wyoming was road blocked on the path to legalizing medical cannabis by major obstructionist thinking among not only our legislators, but by a main part of our citizenry as well. But...

    • Posted November 10, 2015
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    WELL, THAT HAPPENED: Northern Spotlights

    Dancing to troll music with Jackson locals at Iceland Airwaves. Jackson, WY – In the dim lights of KEX Hostel in Reykjavik, Iceland, Liliana Frandsen and I stood just feet from the stage, ready to enjoy our...

    • Posted November 10, 2015
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  • Small illuminated screens are more readily accessible than books these days. (Photo: Kelly Halpin)
    THE BUZZ: Well-Read, Well-Fed

    In an increasingly digital world, the battle to reignite a love for books holds major weight. Jackson, WY – We don’t read. Statistically, a third of those who begin this article won’t make it halfway through. More...

    • Posted November 10, 2015
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    THEM ON US

    UnREal appeal More real estate propaganda to exacerbate our housing crunch appeared recently in Financial Times. Median home prices in Jackson Hole reached $823,500 in the third quarter of 2015, a rise of 15 percent from the...

    • Posted November 10, 2015
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    THE FOODIE FILES: Off-Season Indulgence

    Locals feel the culinary love this month. Jackson, WY – When I moved to Jackson 21 years ago, Shades Café was the only place in town to get a decent cup of coffee. LeJay’s Sportsmen’s Café was...

    • Posted November 3, 2015
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