All posts tagged "pjh"

  • 011415bornbread.lead
    Native exposure

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Jackson Hole natives share certain discernible traits. Some point to a distinct nonchalance and a lack of urgency, which many of us transplants mimic for years before true mastery. Others might say it’s...

    • Posted January 13, 2015
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  • Skier Sam Kinship flies high in the sky during a bluebird powder day at JHMR. PHOTO: AIDEN ULRICH
    GET OUT: Sharing the stoke

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – At 5 a.m. I received a text from an excited friend inviting me to ride Jackson Hole Mountain Resort due to some “epic powder” that may or may not have landed over night....

    • Posted January 13, 2015
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  • Rendezvous Bistro’s jambalaya includes venison chaurice and New Caledonian shrimp. A spicy dish with smoked poblanos. PHOTO: GERALDINE MISHEV
    FEED ME: Choosing the last supper

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – It’s a question that sometimes comes up as a hypothetical: if you could plan it, what would be your last meal? Yes, I’m being slightly overdramatic here, but with several months of chemo...

    • Posted January 13, 2015
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  • Yamileth Barrera and Michelle Vargas, two skiers in the Doug Coombs program, prepare to take another run. PHOTO: AARON SCHRANK
    PROPS & DISSES

    Equality State’s inequality Aaron Schrank’s fine piece for Wyoming Public Media was broadcast over the weekend. Titled, “Inequality In The Equality State: Disparities Abound In Wyoming’s Renowned Ski Town,” the five-and-a-half minute radio story explores the chasm-like...

    • Posted January 13, 2015
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  • 011415themonus.lead
    Them On Us

    Them on us on them and us Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The Salt Lake City Tribune mentioned The Planet’s sale last week. The Planet began the new year under new ownership. Copperfield Publishing, publisher of Salt Lake’s...

    • Posted January 13, 2015
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  • Touring his new country by way of Volkswagen bus, Jim Darwiche’s wanderlust brought him to Jackson Hole in 1977. PHOTO: JIM DARWICHE
    Living the dream: Local businessman shares his exodus from Middle East to great American West

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The first thing you notice about Jim Darwiche is the smile. That smile is everywhere on the Town Square in all seasons. Darwiche is always walking about downtown, from one of his businesses...

    • Posted January 6, 2015
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  • Red Dirt and Texas country styles to fill the Tavern for uncommon double-bill with Boland & the Stragglers.
    MUSIC BOX: Boland & Canada: Rollin’ in the Red Dirt

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – If American Red Dirt and Texas Country are unfamiliar colors, leave it to Jason Boland & the Stragglers and Cody Canada & The Departed to offer you a keen introduction. The two frontmen...

    • Posted January 6, 2015
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  • And Back to the Future said we’d get hover-boards this year. PHOTO: ANDREW MUNZ
    Well, that happened: 2015? Swipe left

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – I was browsing Netflix while browsing Tinder when I suddenly realized that, despite the world’s attempts to make us happier, it’s doing a better job of bumming us out. Welcome to 2015, ladies...

    • Posted January 6, 2015
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  • Morning light at the beginning of an epically long cross country ski. PHOTO: ELIZABETH KOUTRELAKOS
    GET OUT: Mom’s merciless pace

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The infamous holiday rush may entail a variety of things for different people. To some, this time means getting sucked into the dregs of working 19-plus days in a row. To others, this...

    • Posted January 6, 2015
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  • Art care of CSA artist Pauline Zeren.
    CULTURE FRONT: Art shares showcase local talent

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Community Supported Art Jackson Hole is gearing up for its second season of community fostered art. Nine artists will craft individual works of art for 40 shareholders who have invested up front in...

    • Posted January 6, 2015
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