All posts tagged "pjh"

  • Phot Caption:The author and her hiking companion survived the ‘impassable.’
    GET OUT: Peaceful Paintbrush

    Slide, snow cover the trail to the canyon Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The warm, thick pollen in the air initially sparked my urge to escape the allergy-related sniffles. A nice jaunt was in the books for the...

    • Posted June 23, 2015
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    EDITOR’S NOTE: The rainbow’s edge

    How do we erase the arbitrary lines that divide us? JACKSON, WYOMING – Walking into the office Wednesday, I was stunned to learn that a certain local business owner demanded he be removed from The Planet’s delivery...

    • Posted June 23, 2015
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    IMBIBE: Greeks bearing gifts

    Exploring the ancient wines of modern Greece I’d be willing to bet my house that the least-traveled section of just about any American wine store is the section—usually tiny—that houses Greek wines. And that’s a shame, because these...

    • Posted June 23, 2015
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    The BUZZ: Budget balancing

    Town, county spending is up Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The county’s general fund budget for FY 2016 will just about hit the $39 million mark. The 5 percent increase is due in part to new hires the county...

    • Posted June 23, 2015
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  • Cutline: A rare chance to hear live country at the Pink Garter happens Friday with prolific country man Aaron Watson.
    MUSIC BOX: Summer of jams

    Releases, lineups for concerts in the Hole Michael Batdorf releases Beyond the Mask Michael Batdorf is a remarkable songwriter who takes his craft very seriously. “If my songs can have lives of their own, walk the soils...

    • Posted June 16, 2015
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  • Melissa Mattson is the doughnut obsessed owner of Nom Nom Doughnuts. Look for her toothsome creations around the valley this summer. (Photo: Deva Chapman)
    THE FOODIE FILES: Nom Nom means doughnuts

    New business to whip up doughy delights from a food truck near you Jackson Hole, Wyoming – For me, doughnuts are a nostalgic treat. Every Sunday growing up, my dad would take me to do “rounds” with...

    • Posted June 16, 2015
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    Queer in the Cowboy State

    Gay marriage is a start, but Wyoming has a long way to go Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Don’t ask, don’t tell. That’s how Bettie Taylor of Jackson, Wyoming, describes the atmosphere for members of the LGBT community...

    • Posted June 16, 2015
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  • Quixotic by Sargent Schutt
    THE BUZZ: Music city madness

    A few memorable moments from the groundbreaking Contour Music Festival Jackson, Wyoming – A pulsating music metropolis – words not typically used to describe Jackson Hole, until now. Contour Music Festival spiked the valley’s cultural pulse and...

    • Posted June 16, 2015
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  • Contemporary Dance Wyoming performed an excerpt from  ‘Eyeing the Needle,’ during a summer preview last month at Tayloe Piggott Gallery. (Photo:  Jeffrey Kaphan)
    A&E: The delicate balance of life and dance

    Relationships, personality explored in CDW performance Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Years ago, before Babs Case even moved to Jackson, she was shopping in Salt Lake City when she noticed the telltale signs of a dancer in the...

    • Posted June 16, 2015
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  • Adam Silvera ushers important youth issues into the limelight with his debut novel, ‘More Happy Than Not.’ He discusses his book with teen program coordinator Andrew Munz Friday at the library. (Photo:  Margot Wood)
    A&E: A brave voice

    Young adult author to visit the valley tackles weighty issues in debut novel Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Adam Silvera’s debut young adult novel “More Happy Than Not” is set during a Bronx summer where 16-year-old Aaron Soto...

    • Posted June 16, 2015
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