Like many artists, Bronwyn Minton took to the studio even more than usual when the COVID-19 crisis hit.
I first heard Diana Khoi Nguyen read her work a couple of summers ago at a poetry retreat in New York City for Asian American poets.
The Saturday Evening Post has had its fair share of trials and tribulations, but after nearly two centuries of publication, it lives on. After many different iterations and designs, the magazi…
Just hours after the Teton Valley Foundation announced Friday that Music on Main would be canceled this summer, JacksonHoleLive canceled what would have been its ninth season.
JacksonHoleLive would have been in its ninth season this summer and it's been a wild ride. Some of the biggest names ever to play in the valley have graced the temporary stage at the ball fiel…
A quarantine is the perfect time to catch up on reading for many reasons: Books can provide an escape to another reality, new knowledge and insights, and a way to pass the time while sitting at home.
At the 2019 SHIFT summit Dr. Bill Marchand moderated a panel of doctors and researchers in discussing nature contact as a tool for relieving psychological distress in active-duty military serv…
Getting ready to reopen Cafe Genevieve for dine-in service, owner Fred Peightal was adjusting.
It is clear from the recent onslaught of food pictures on social media that many people are cooking elaborate and aesthetic dishes as a way to keep themselves entertained while sheltering at h…
Art spans pandemics
Shari Brownfield Fine Art’s latest exhibition is highly conceptual and doubles as a good snack. In accordance with directives from curator David Zwirner, the gallery will pile 240 to 1,000 “optimistic” fortune cookies somewhere in the gallery.
‘Beside Myself’ simplifies
The paintings in Vicki Sher’s latest exhibition, “Beside Myself,” are decidedly abstract and geometric, but they are also full of life.