All posts tagged "pjh"

  • Gallopin’ Grandma’s grandmother, Blanche, at the Sioux City Airport in 1945. She is trading in her helicopter parenting for a B-29 bomber. (Photot: Gallopin’ Grandma)
    GALLOPIN’ GRANDMA: Halt Helicopter Parenting

    ‘Submarine Parenting’ is a better method Jackson Hole, Wyoming – A recent email from my friend LaWanda back in my hometown of Corn Cob, Iowa, relates the details of the latest Corn Cob nut attack. It seems that...

    • Posted September 22, 2015
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    THE FOODIE FILES: Tomato Obsession

    Tasting and preserving some of summer’s best flavors Just about every weekend in the fall I am faced with a mountain of tomatoes. Although I’ve had some success growing my own tomatoes this summer — thanks to...

    • Posted September 22, 2015
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  • Brothers Ryan and Hays Holladay dreamt up site-specific music for Rendezvous Park to be unveiled Friday during both day and evening walking tours.
    THE BUZZ: Organic Music

    Soundscape project engenders multi-sensory experience at Rendezvous Park Jackson Hole, Wyoming – A new music application will redefine a walk through Rendezvous Park with a soundscape project similar to ones in New York City’s Central Park and on...

    • Posted September 22, 2015
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  • A 100-year  birthday party for the historic building housing Jackson Hole Playhouse happens Sunday night. (Photo: Jackson Hole Playhouse)
    CREATIVE PEAKS: Playhouse Plays 100

    Jackson’s first live theater gears up to celebrate its legacy building One hundred years ago Pap Deloney built a livery stable, blacksmith and buggy shop that would later become Jackson’s first automobile shop. It’d also go on...

    • Posted September 22, 2015
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  • Canyon Kids (left) take on Songwriter’s Alley Wednesday at Haydens Post; Under the Willow blends folk and grass at the Tavern Saturday.
    MUSIC BOX: Canyon Kids Tap American Poets

    Duo delves deep with second album and steps in as featured artist for open mic night “Out where the sun is a little brighter/Where the snows that fall are a trifle whiter, Where the bonds of home...

    • Posted September 22, 2015
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    ‘Little Things That Run the World’

    Innovators to speak at WILD Festival Growing up in Alabama, E.O. Wilson began studying ants at the age of nine. He ultimately uncovered connections between insects and animal behavior that changed the way scientists view animals. The...

    • Posted September 16, 2015
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    THE BUZZ: Bumper-to-Bumper Blues

    Tourism traffic, road rage and tough decisions ahead in the valley’s transit future On Monday elected officials from the county and town approved the Integrated Transportation Plan (ITP) that staffers deemed “90 percent perfect,” despite objections from...

    • Posted September 15, 2015
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    FEATURE: The Art of WILD

    Local flavor storms the screen for film festival National Geographic is no stranger to the talent Jackson photographers and filmmakers possess and the resources they have in their backyard. So when the snowboard documentary “The Art of...

    • Posted September 15, 2015
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    MUSIC BOX: Earthy Appalachian Folk

    Sister songstresses’ sound birthed from urban-meets-mountain upbringing Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The history of the Appalachian region is rich with old-time music. From the pre-banjo and pre-guitar era of the early 1800s, when solo fiddle tunes kept...

    • Posted September 15, 2015
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    THEM ON US

    Griz shooter drops book The Sierra Club reviewed JH photographer Thomas Mangelsen’s new coffee table volume in its online publication Sierra. The 230-page photobook called “Grizzlies of Pilgrim Creek” is chockfull of shots of Yellowstone’s most iconic...

    • Posted September 15, 2015
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