All posts tagged "pjh"

  • Jeff Leger smooth talks his way around Orbital Blowout, named after an unlucky skier who broke his orbital socket attempting the notorious 90-degree airplane turn off the rock. (Photo: darrell miller/storm show)
    GET OUT: Stirring the Stoke

    ‘Cliff Hanger’ captures the spirit of snow and adrenaline-fueled adventure. Jackson, WY – It is a sacred time for local skiers and snowboarders, the snow is falling and Storm Show Studios and Full Room Productions are gearing...

    • Posted November 17, 2015
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  • Solving our housing crisis might mean panning for gold. (Photo: FreeImages.com)
    GUEST OPINION: Finding Our Midas’ Touch

    Funding for housing means creating gold from unexpected sources.  Jackson, WY – In my last piece I talked about funding sources for housing from the 35,000-foot perspective. It’s pretty clear that the resources are available and that...

    • Posted November 17, 2015
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  • Valley fixture Phil Round will perform with band at The Wort’s Silver Dollar Bar this Friday night.
    MUSIC BOX: Round Is Right On

    Get acquainted with one of the valley’s most enduring musicians this weekend. Jackson, WY – While many longtime locals are familiar with beloved valley fixture Phil Round, it’s about time more young people and transplants got acquainted...

    • Posted November 17, 2015
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  • Hermanson’s Warhol-esque bison shot was captured as the animal passed right in front of his car. (Photo: Zeb Hermanson)
    CREATIVE PEAKS: Zen Behind the Camera Lens

    Photographer channels peace and calm into his meditative Teton images. Jackson, WY – Whenever Zeb Hermanson picks up his camera and looks at the wildlife and landscape through the lens, he enters a place of peace and...

    • Posted November 17, 2015
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  • Shower space in $600 rental. Water was not working either at time of visit. (Photo: Jake Nichols)
    THE BUZZ: A Penny for Your Housing

    Debate ensues over how to raise taxes to fix valley’s deepening housing crisis and impending traffic melee. The valley’s housing dilemma can be known by a quick scan of newspaper headlines/classifieds, during a 5-mph crawl down Broadway...

    • Posted November 17, 2015
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    FEATURE: The Death of Superman

    When adventure athletes become human. Jackson, WY – It’s 4 p.m. in La Grave, France, and four skiers are picking their way above a 600 hundred-foot rock band as they exit the Couloir de Polichinelle. The first...

    • Posted November 10, 2015
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  • 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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