All posts tagged "pjh"

  • Wyoming Cowboys
    THEM ON US: 3.12.14

    911 86’d in Cheyenne It’s a sign of the times in many municipalities now. Many big city police departments are painfully slow in responding to anything but the most dire dispatch calls. Some have even announced the...

    • Posted March 12, 2014
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  • Alan Simpson
    PROPS & DISSES: 3.12.14

    Web crushes big boxes too PROP Two retail giants announced last week they would be closing stores in the face of disappointing revenue and sales projections. Both have brick-and-mortar outlets in Jackson. If they were on the...

    • Posted March 12, 2014
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  • The open and airy Terra Cafe serves gourmet bites like burritos with chorizo. Photo credit: Geraldine Mishev
    FEED ME!: Vill has new best breakfast

    No longer do I, when I find myself hungry in Teton Village, bemoan the forced relocation of the Village Cafe and necessary menu changes. The breakfasts served up at Terra Cafe, inside the swanky green-doesn’t-equal-mean Hotel Terra,...

    • Posted March 12, 2014
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  • Josh Griffith, Kjera Strom-Henrie and Andrew Munz in ‘I Can Ski Forever.’ Photo credit: Mary Grossman
    CULTURE MATTERS: Munz’s new show takes poke at Jackson ski scene

    Let’s just get it out there: Andy Munz hasn’t been skiing this year. In fact, he hasn’t skied in two years. He sold his gear before moving to Chicago and hasn’t been able to afford to buy...

    • Posted March 12, 2014
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  • epstein
    Local backcountry skier caught in avalanche in Granite

    Local photographer and TGR supervising producer Greg Epstein, 43, was caught in an avalanche and seriously injured Sunday afternoon in Granite Canyon, just outside of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. According to a press release issued today by...

    • Posted March 10, 2014
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  • Photos courtesy of Spark
    FEATURE STORY: Sparking Inspiration

    JACKSON, WYO – In Seattle, they call theirs Office Nomads. It’s Fort Work in Dallas. Just ask for NextSpace in L.A. or CoCo when in Minneapolis. The legendary Cambridge Innovation Center in Boston just goes by “the...

    • Posted February 25, 2014
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  • A writer’s desert thriller
    THIS WEEK: FEBRUARY 26 to MARCH 4

    JACKSON, WYO – WEDNESDAY 2.26 A writer’s desert thriller Zeigler will discuss his new environmental thriller The Straw That Broke about a scientist in battle over water in the Southwest desert. Writers at the Library: Gregory Zeigler...

    • Posted February 25, 2014
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  • Scott H. Biram
    MUSIC BOX: Happy Mardi Gras from Jackson Six

    Biram: A hard act to follow A 21st century bluesman that has lived a daredevil existence, Austinite Scott H. Biram, is the “dirty old one-man band” that you want to keep your daughter away from, unless she...

    • Posted February 25, 2014
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  • Snow dogs out a moose sculpture that signals the turn off for Bryan Flats Photo: Jake Nichols
    GET OUT: Ghost homestead in Bryan Flats

    JACKSON, WYO – Staying on the flats might not be a bad idea right about now. If you’re like me, you just don’t trust your instincts in the backcountry when it comes to the epic amounts of...

    • Posted February 25, 2014
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  • Turkey Cran Pesto Photo Geraldine Mishev
    FEED ME!: Betty Rock stands test of time

    JACKSON, WYO – My first ever lunch in Jackson was at Betty Rock. It was 1997. Upon walking into the space – colorfully cute with psychedelic oil paintings by a local artist on the walls – I...

    • Posted February 25, 2014
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