The Wood Brothers played for two hours Friday night in front of this year’s biggest JacksonHoleLive audience to date.
The 11,000-square-foot house built by Wilbert Ohlmann earns the name mansion, maybe even castle, but in the five years since it was built no one has ever lived there. It's empty. Furniture and appliances still have tags dangling. It's not haunted, except by a few memories.
Grammy Award winning band Portugal. The Man joined senators, skiers and scientists Monday evening at the Center for the Arts to talk about the changing climate and how we can respond. The concert was a benefit for the Alpine Science Institute of Central Wyoming College and Protect Our Winter…
A wildfire ignited Sunday just above the National Museum of Wildlife Art, causing an evacuation of the museum and homes on the butte above. The cause of the fire is suspected to be a lightning strike.
Music fans from around the world came to Moran's Heart Six Ranch last weekend to take part in the fourth year of Fire in the Mountains, a two-day metal festival created and organized by Jackson Hole locals Jeremy Walker, Alex Feher and Oliver Tripp.
The Avett Brothers sold out The Center Theatre last Wednesday for the annual Center Benefit, which raises money for Center programming. This year's fundraised brought in a record-breaking $300,000 in donations.
The Horse Warriors program holds a family fun day at Diamond Fly Ranch in Thayne on Saturday. The family fun days are an opportunity for family members to connect with their children through horses and horsemanship.