All posts tagged "pjh"

  • Photo credit: Josh Myers / Trekkingphotography.com
    Petticoat Rule: Jackson Mayor Sara Flitner talks today’s pressing issues

    Jackson, Wyoming – With less than three months under her belt as Jackson’s head politico, Mayor Sara Flitner faces several daunting issues. As the valley’s new leader, Flitner will delve into the exorbitantly priced aftermath of the...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • Jeremy Pague, Julie Zell and some of their ‘tribe’ collecting donations for the Intertribal Winter Sports Summit at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. (Photo credit: Julie Zell)
    Summit summons Native American kids to shred the Tetons

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – A feather and a glass jar are the wing and a prayer that will bring 30 Native American kids from reservations to Jackson Hole for a modern-day vision quest in the Tetons. The...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • Sneaky Pete & The Secret Weapons
    MUSIC BOX: The Rendezvous Fest takeover

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – When the man behind the crime-spree song “The Road Goes on Forever (and the Party Never Ends)” tells you that he’s “had some killer times in Jackson” and “had the worst hangover of...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • J.B. Bond and Linda Lillegraven teamed up on this multi-media piece for the ‘Portrait of Wyoming’ exhibition. (Art Association)
    CULTURE FRONT: Revealing Wyoming’s flavors, complexities

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – There’s a wonderful culture clash going on over at the Art Association (and I’m not talking about Mark Nowlin’s dapper sweater vests juxtaposed with Sam Dowd’s clay-crusted jeans). I recently revisited the “Portrait...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • Photo credit: Melvin Brewing
    THEM ON US

    Cleveland Cowboys? ABC affiliate WEWS out of Cleveland is claiming the Wyoming University basketball team as its own heading into March Madness. With little else to root for locally, b-ball fans in Cleveland are finding more than...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • Photo credit: Amanda White
    This Week’s PLANET Picks

    In the name of the horn Jackson, Wyoming – When Amanda White traveled to South Africa for a course on wildlife ranger training, her close encounters with its indigenous animals sparked a newfound love. She would soon...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • Gallopin’ Grandma at age 11 being waterboarded in some weird Nebraska ritual. (Photo credit: Jean Webber)
    GALLOPIN’ GRANDMA: Fifty Shades of I could care less

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Once upon a time there was an especially luscious praying mantis named Iris. She was tall and slim and green and all the guys were nuts about her. Mantis guys are sort of...

    • Posted March 18, 2015
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  • Wonderful views from this historic venue haven’t changed much over the years. (Photo credit: Elizabeth Koutrelakos)
    GET OUT: Invoking renegade woman Geraldine

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – I often dream of what life would be like if I could live in any of the historic structures in Grand Teton National Park. In this dream, I pick out the place where...

    • Posted March 17, 2015
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    COSMIC CAFE: Does intuition play a role in the workplace?

    Q: Does intuition play a role in the workplace? A: It’s easy to assume that artists routinely plug into their intuitions, but you may not know that many business owners and entrepreneurs say that intuition separates the...

    • Posted March 17, 2015
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  • Visser reads Chappie a bedtime story. (Photo credit: Columbia Pictures)
    WELL, THAT HAPPENED: Consequences of originality

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Neill Blomkamp is a director who came out of the chute running. His 2009 film District 9 broke barriers and reinjected the science fiction genre with a dose of much needed originality. Even...

    • Posted March 17, 2015
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