All posts tagged "pjh"

  • The Indian features a colonial English interior complete with open bar for your dining pleasure. Photo Geraldine Mishev
    FEED ME: Finally! Indian food

    The Indian isn’t the kind of Indian restaurant I had been hoping for. I wanted pastel-colored saris hanging on the walls and tapestries of elephants with tiny, mirrored discs sewn around the edges. I was looking for...

    • Posted April 8, 2014
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  • National Museum of Wildlife Art
    THEM ON US: 4.9.14

    JACKSON, WYO – Travel blog wild about NMWA The National Museum of Wildlife Art received distinction as THE destination museum to hit while in Wyoming. Better yet, why not travel to Wyoming just to experience it? “We’ve...

    • Posted April 8, 2014
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  • Environmental Health Trust spearheaded a campaign to raise awareness among women about the dangers of storing cell phones in bras.
    FEATURE STORY: Revere the brassiere

    JACKSON, WYO – Local women fill niche markets with sporty bra alternatives From breast buds to the biggest busts, Jackson Hole’s young entrepreneurs have girls covered. While Megan Grassel, founder of Yellowberry bras, was rocking Kickstarter last...

    • Posted April 1, 2014
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  • Tierney Art Show
    THIS WEEK: APRIL 2 – 8

    JACKSON, WYO – WEDNESDAY 4.2 Tierney’s take on the rose Set your eyes on a new series of work by Mike Tierney inspired by the beauty of the rose and the mountains. Get a Tierney original for...

    • Posted April 1, 2014
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  • Betse Ellis
    MUSIC BOX: Traveled country blues and old-time on tap in Moose

    JACKSON, WYO – One can gather a substantial amount of troubadour knowledge from a folk musician as well versed as Charlie Parr. Parr is seemingly from a simpler bygone era free of electronic distractions, social media and...

    • Posted April 1, 2014
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  • Black Dike Couloir
    GET OUT: A Walk in the Park

    JACKSON, WYO – Tomorrow’s forecast read, “Mostly sunny, cold, and stable snow conditions” – prime opportunity for a winter day in the Tetons. I just needed partners. After a flurry of texts, Jeff Witt and Morris Weintraub...

    • Posted April 1, 2014
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  • Jackson students in a Mobius class. Mobius creator Amelia Terrapin is developing a movement workshop for adults based on systems in nature Photo: Erik Lindquist
    CULTURE FRONT: Placing value on every part

    JACKSON, WYO – Here’s a Mobius strip thought: How can art teach us about science, which in turn could teach us how to run better art organizations? That is one of the questions I considered during a...

    • Posted April 1, 2014
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  • jackson-hole-tram
    Skier fatality at JHMR

    TETON VILLAGE, WYO – A skier was fatally injured today at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, according to a press release issued this afternoon by JHMR. Around 10:20 a.m., 31-year-old part-time resident Peiter Swanson suffered serious trauma from...

    • Posted March 31, 2014
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  • As the first person ever to ski down the Seven Summits, Kit DesLauriers is uniquely qualified to discuss the effects of climate change at high elevations
    Climate Pros and Foes

    JACKSON, WYO – Athlete activist and nonprofit group talk climate science with local students As the ink from Gov. Matt Mead’s signature dried on a hurried budget amendment blocking funds to teach new national science standards –...

    • Posted March 25, 2014
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  • Faye Kudar in locust scorpion pose, one of the elective poses at the USA Yoga finals. 
    Bending the competition

    JACKSON, WYO – Breathing in and breathing out has taken Pinedale eighth-grader Jamie Rellstab far in her 14 years of life. From being able to cope with an autism spectrum diagnosis without drugs since the age of...

    • Posted March 25, 2014
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