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Hanging by one arm off a cliff just to get the perfect shot may sound unnecessarily risky but for Doug Gimesy, an Australian conservation and wildlife photojournalist, it was just another day at the office.

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Wyoming’s national forests and parks were the backdrop this summer for important discussions. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, Rhode Island U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse and world-renowned climber Alex Honnold, among other artists, authors, and academics, came to Teton County to speak …

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A taste of Chicago

It’s not often that the words “Chicago” and “Jackson” go together in the same sentence, but this week Dancers’ Workshop is putting them side by side.

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, a contemporary company from the Windy City, is set to be in town for a 17-day residency. Guest choreographer Kyle Abraham will join Hubbard Street in the project as the group prepares for the 2020 premiere of a new work in its hometown.

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The Sips on the Square event that’s been hosted by the Jackson Hole Rotary Supper Club during Fall Arts Festivals for the past decade will be different this year, according to club President Scott Daily.

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It’s no surprise that the art galleries of Jackson Hole are rich with scenes of cowboys, cattle and wide open territory. The natural surroundings of the area and its classic Western symbols have long been a wellspring of inspiration for artists.

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To get the kids’ table ready for Thursday’s Million Pound Party, Hole Food Rescue volunteer Kathy Garvey kept busy chopping fresh fruits and vegetables and laying out the pieces on platters.

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Unleash your inner Tony

Set to take place from 12:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday at the Jackson Hole Skatepark, the Wild West Skateboard Contest Series, which has showcased some of Jackson’s grittiest athletes since 2013, will feature competitive classes for all ages.

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Every Thursday morning Lisa Lent makes her weekly stop at Jackson Whole Grocer and Cafe to pick up what would have been going to the dumpster: expired eggs, blemished organic produce, and occasionally meat that’s just one day past the “best by” date.

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Amelia Atencio has a spiritual kin in Roald Dahl’s precocious bookworm character, Matilda, in that she spent her childhood voraciously checking out books from the library.

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Amid the morning bustle of children being dropped off at summer camps while bikes and cars roll on by, with people preparing for the day ahead of them, Rachel Holmes will be playing crystal sound bowls from 10 to 10:45 a.m. Tuesday.

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Roger Wiens got his start in space exploration in western Minnesota, where he learned about rocketry (a long series of gradually more complex models launched from the fields around his house), attention to detail (going above and beyond what those rockets’ assembly instructions called for), …

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Libraries of our youth are often places of nostalgia. They might have been down the street or around the corner, magical spaces where cracking the ISBN book number code led to a wealth of answers and knowledge.