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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…

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In the Epitaph to “A Streetcar Named Desire,” Tennessee Williams quotes the fifth stanza of “The Broken Tower,” a 1932 poem by Hart Crane, a modernist poet whose struggles with depression, addiction and his own sexuality may have been prophetic of what was to come for Williams.

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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.”

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For seven years Backcountry Magazine has been running its nationwide Basecamp series. And while one could be distracted by the incredible educational and product testing opportunities, the Jackson event in the series will also have a philanthropic angle: a raffle that will benefit Teton Coun…

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Ever since Susie Temple bought the Jackson Hole Book Trader three years ago, she’s imagined the space as a place to cultivate the literary community in a town so often defined by outdoor recreation.

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Ever since Susie Temple bought the Jackson Hole Book Trader three years ago, she’s imagined the space as a place to cultivate the literary community in a town so often defined by outdoor recreation.

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Six adventure photographers are competing this week to capture the story of backcountry ski and snowboard culture in the Tetons as part of Arc’teryx’s much anticipated competition, “Jackson Hole Exposed: Photo Showdown.” But there is a catch. Each of the photographers has only three days to shoot.

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What Mrs. Maisel reveals over brisket, Katie Burrell is revealing over couloirs — take a moment and have some fun with what’s in front of you.

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Fleabag, the character in the one-woman eponymous play by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, shows how a person can be blessed with all kinds of advantages — good family, good education, good looks and health — and still end up stumbling through life. It’s the less tangible things that are missing in Fle…

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Andrew Munz walked onstage at the Center for the Arts, a place he has frequented since it opened yet never headlined solo, to an admitted case of stage fright with a sold-out show in the Center Theater. He rapped “IKONic” words to a perfectly timed parody version of Ariana Grande’s “7 Rings”…