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When Jim Wilcox quit his job as a Seattle high school art teacher and opened a gallery in Jackson, he paid the winter’s rent with one of his paintings.

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It seems like every once in a while you run into someone who can do anything. When that person seems to do it with ease, it’s another thing entirely.

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The Avett Brothers were halfway through their concert Wednesday night when Scott Avett, one the of band’s lead singers, hopped into the crowd and ripped his pants.

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Hayes Carll didn’t always insert a lot of himself, his feelings and his opinions into his songs. Now that he’s started to do so, he’s got a particular way of thinking about it.

The concept of milk has become more complicated over the last decade. When I was growing up the possible answers to “what kind of milk do you want” were skim, 2% or whole. Now milk from a cow …

“I can help! I’m strong ... and sticky!” — Peter Parker, offering his assistance to a superhero he’s only just met in “Spider-Man: Far From Home.”

If you’re still recuperating from the enormous and magnificent but, let’s be honest, also exhausting and sometimes very heavy feast that was “Avengers: Endgame,” the Marvel Universe has just the entree for you: How about a little “Spider-Man” light?

Scene Briefs

Visions of mountain trails

Some shows are so good that galleries keep bringing them back every year.

That’s the case with Mark Gibson, a Montana painter best known for his paintings of tipis. According to Mountain Trails Gallery owner Adam Warner, Gibson is such a fan favorite that his show has become an annual affair.

On your mark

Get set. Go.

The annual Teton Mountaineering Cache Creek to Game Creek Trail Run returns Saturday for its 39th year.

The race will kick off at 8 a.m. in Snow King Mountain Resort’s upper parking lot. From there runners will make their way over Cache Creek, across the Game Creek Divide and then down and out along the Game Creek trail until finishing at the Game Creek trailhead.