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This week the 65th annual Teton County Fair ramps up with live music, carnival rides, rodeo events and general tomfoolery under the Big Top Tent.

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Unlike Aspen and Vail, Colorado, which are strung to the world by wide highways, Jackson Hole is walled off from the rest of the country by the Tetons, the Gros Ventres, the Asbarokas and several other mountain ranges. That kept it off the beaten path. That is, until recently.

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Bright lights, carnival rides, games, music and revelry mark the apex of summer, as the Teton County Fair returns for 2021.

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New Leash on Life is the Animal Adoption Center’s largest annual fundraiser, and the money raised will go to furthering the nonprofit’s mission: saving the lives of homeless animals.

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When Edgar Landa thinks of Shakespeare, instead of immediately imagining renaissance fair costumes and a setting in Elizabethan times, he sees possibilities.

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Neutrinos are teeny tiny itty-bitty little things. So teeny tiny, Dr. Anna Franckowiak said in a recent lecture at San Francisco’s Exploratorium, a wall of lead one light-year thick might trap only half of them. But they do exist, and they do leave signs of their passing. And science is putt…

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The inaugural Wonder in Wyoming Festival combines some of the most powerful and profound poetic voices in the world under the banner and grandeur of the Tetons this week.

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On behalf of Jackson Hole PFLAG and Anne Marie Wells, published author and rising transgender poet and activist Andres Sánchez will host a free poetry reading and writing workshop on Saturday at Mike Yokel Park starting at 4 p.m.

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Hey locals. We know. It’s the height of tourist season and the region is humming — no, it’s buzzing with excited visitors pouring in to see, taste, touch and experience all the bounty of the Rocky Mountains.

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The 30th Jackson Hole Writers Conference takes place online this year, starting Wednesday and running through Sunday.

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As the story goes, before the devastating Main Street fire of 2004, Fred Mugler — the famed, or some might say infamous, Driggs, Idaho, shopkeeper — coined the sobriquet “the Cultural Hub of the Universe” for Teton Valley’s county seat.

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People who know me know I’m a “multi-messenger” kind of guy: You want to get hold of me, best to leave messages on my cellphone, my work phone and at least two or three of my various email addresses. And maybe text me, too. And message me on social media. Some find this annoying. I point out…

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So much of National Pride Month is simply an invitation. An invitation to ask questions. An invitation to reach across often invisible barriers. An invitation to meet and know the LGBTQ community on new and deeper levels.

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Back in the early ’70s, Ruth Ozeki was an archetypical high school wild child. But the equation was slightly off. It was sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll, minus the rock ’n’ roll, plus literary fiction.

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Archie Teater created over 4,000 paintings that survive, the majority of them scenes of Jackson Hole and the town of Jackson, but also landscapes and cities and people around the world.

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There’s probably only one place on Earth where an aspiring author can get expert advice and inspiration on writing and publishing from some of the hottest novelists, poets, agents and editors on the scene for just $300.

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There’s probably only one place on Earth where an aspiring author can get expert advice and inspiration on writing and publishing from some of the hottest novelists, poets, agents and editors on the scene for just $300.