All posts tagged "pjh"

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    FEATURE: Embracing the Hyphen

    How ethnic identity evolves in a homogenous place. Casper, Wyoming – Nina McConigley’s mother placed a feather in her hair. It was close enough to a costume, and McConigley’s dark skin made dressing as an American Indian...

    • Posted September 29, 2015
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    MUSIC BOX: Storytelling Songs and Synth

    Folk troubadour hits Dornan’s, Garter gets the bass Jackson Hole, Wyoming – When I first interviewed folk hero Bill Staines in 2006 (from the road, of course), the ever-touring musician explained how playing at Dornan’s the same...

    • Posted September 29, 2015
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  • granitecreek
    Search Continues for Reitmann

    Jackson, WY – Today marks the third day of a search in Granite Creek for Wilson resident Bernhard Reitmann, who failed to return home after a day of hunting Wednesday. A sizable group of search and rescue...

    • Posted September 25, 2015
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    FEATURE: Risk vs. Reward

    [This online version has been amended to reflect that rescues in Grand Teton National Park are at the hands of the Jenny Lake Rangers, not Teton County Search and Rescue, which handles incidents outside of the park’s...

    • Posted September 22, 2015
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  • Craig Benjamin’s new neighborhood watch. (Photo: Craig Benjamin)
    GUEST OPINION: Keep Jackson Wild

    Citizens must take steps to ensure peaceful co-existence among ‘everyone’ Black bears breaking into a Hoback home, raiding picnics at String Lake and shutting down the Moose-Wilson road. Smoke from monster wildfires across the west fouling our...

    • Posted September 22, 2015
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  • Elliot (Rami Malek) in ‘Mr. Robot.’ (Photo: USA Networks)
    WELL, THAT HAPPENED: Program Glut

    How to find peace with your Netflix account “Have you seen ‘Sense 8?’” “Are you caught up with ‘Mad Men?’” “Did you see ‘Game of Thrones’ last night?” If you’re like me, questions like these are beginning...

    • Posted September 22, 2015
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  • 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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