- MUSIC BOX: Soul and country coming to the Hole
- FEATURE STORY: For Rent? Forget it! Housing crisis hits home hard
- THE BUZZ: Housing Summit high on hope…low on inventory, funding
- Cosmic Cafe: Ready to let go of trying to fix other people?
- The Foodie File: Putting Up Morels
- FREE WILL ASTROLOGY: WEEK OF MAY 27
- GET OUT: LSR offers indoor and outdoor adventures
- TRANSIT UNLIMITED
- GET OUT: Signal Mountain has history, views, nachos
- WELL, THAT HAPPENED: The Golden Age of Women
All posts tagged "satire"
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Holding accused in Inflategate
Soroptimist of Jackson Hole is appealing a decision from the NFL (National Falsie League) to punish the local charity for overinflation of falsies. According to Commissioner Rogene Goodell, falsies were inflated beyond the allowed 12.5 to 13.5...
- Posted May 27, 2015
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Tater tots and whiskey bank notes
Nothing heats up Alice, my Republican lover, like presidential politics. This year she’s supporting Rand Paul. She stopped by my trailer last week and spent two hours physically expressing her political zeal. Some people hate that the...
- Posted May 12, 2015
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Detective Thornhill on the greens
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – I looked up from the paper as Sheriff Whalen walked into my office. Hes hated my guts ever since I busted a smuggling ring that was trafficking pure wasabi in false bottom snowboards,...
- Posted April 29, 2015
Riotous sequel pokes more fun at Jackson life
Jackson, Wyoming – The voices entered through a window — a guy and a girl who’d clearly been drinking. It was 1 a.m. Andrew Munz grabbed his phone and started recording. It wasn’t a break-up, or make-up,...
- Posted April 14, 2015
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Enhanced streams and legacy properties
Christina Grey, a Sotheby’s Realtor and my latest inamorata, stopped by my trailer last week. “Sotheby’s on MSN!” she exclaimed. “There’s a pictorial in its online news showing the most expensive home in Wyoming. And guess what?...
- Posted April 7, 2015
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: 50 Shades of Black Silk
Last week I interviewed Christina Grey for The Planet. Christina is a Sotheby’s realtor who amassed a fortune by selling unique, one-of-a-kind, unmatched, exceptional, distinctive, legacy properties with panoramic, amazing and powerful views. There was immediate chemistry...
- Posted February 24, 2015
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Seducing with juicing, poetry
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – In an attempt to cure end of football season depression, I headed to Healthy Being Juicery to score some feminine companionship. For those of us possessing knowledge in the abstract arena of female...
- Posted February 10, 2015
RedneckPerspective: Culture time with Clyde
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The Planet recently began running a column called Culture Front. It is, as best as I can tell, about the arts, but it gets confusing as one would expect from a column that’s an...
- Posted June 17, 2014
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Oysters on the great room
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Blythe Winters-Paulson, vice president of ethics with Goldman Sachs, for whom I serve as a bit of a plaything, “Pepe le pew with a view” as she lovingly calls me, invited me to...
- Posted May 20, 2014
Galloping Grandma: High school Diss-union
I recently got a note from my old pal Lawanda. We have been chums since eighth grade gym class, when the gym teacher accused us of setting fire to the girl’s bathroom. She said we were...
- Posted August 6, 2013