Imagine: You and five others are in a space ship of maybe 100 square feet, hurtling at 15,000 mph toward Mars, when the worst happens: a broken bone, a burst appendix, a gaping wound. Not only are you 20 million miles from the nearest hospital, but you are in the most extreme environment hum…
Noso Patches has only been around since 2016, but the company has made a big splash beyond just Jackson Hole. The creative nylon puffy patches have been reviewed in Outside, Misadventures and …
With the third confirmed case of coronavirus in Teton County and the first “shelter in place” orders rolling out in places such as California and Texas, more and more valley residents are cooped up at home.
Rafter J residents out for an early afternoon stroll Sunday morning gravitated towards the amplified sound of Peter Keenan’s voice and nylon-string guitar as it bounced off the glass and wood of Legacy Lodge at Jackson Hole and echoed into the valley.
When restaurants and bars were shut down last week, one of Jackson’s longest-standing traditions was canceled: the Hootenanny at Dornan’s.
Luckily for music lovers, the spirit of “the Hoot” is far too intrepid to go down that easy. The event will be held via livestream on Youtube from 6 to 9 p.m. today.
This week, the Jackson Hole musical mainstay couldn't be stopped, even by a self-imposed semi-quarantine.
He will return for Southern Brunch Sundays today, albeit digitally, with an old musical counterpart, Seadar Rose Davis.
Although David Rothman has spent just over a year as the president and CEO of the Center for the Arts — he was appointed on January 7, 2019 — he has made his mark on the organization.
The six best-attended music venues in the Jackson Hole area have closed their doors at least through April, though virtual performances may be coming online for certain events.
Chef Paulie O’Connor got just what he wanted for his birthday.
It’s helpful that my friends keep me informed. I had heard several positive reports about Citizen 33, the new brewpub in Driggs. The pictures online whetted my appetite even more. Watching the…
Love letters to women
From 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday, People Spread Love, Teton County Commission Chairwoman Natalia D. Macker and Roam will celebrate International Women’s Day by writing “letters to women that need love and recognition for who they are.”