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Since its inception in 2013, the SHIFT Summit has been held in Jackson, but this year the gathering — which explores issues at the intersection of outdoor recreation, conservation, social justice and public health — is set to run Monday through Oct. 20 at the Grand Junction Convention Center…

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Seasonal favorite Halloween Headquarters opened its doors for 2021 on Saturday in the Sands Whitewater building, on South Highway 89 across from the Smith’s Plaza, offering everything from colorful wigs and gory makeup to full-body costumes, funky accessories and spooky household decorations.

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Orange and gold aspen trees flash the bright, unmistakable signal: It’s once again time to gather pumpkins for Jack-O’lanterns, as well as other autumnal decor.

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How does wildlife painter Kathryn Mapes Turner place her subjects on the canvas and respond when the ink that brings them to life bleeds together?

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At the Western Design Conference last Saturday at the Snow King Sports and Events Center, I did not expect to receive a potent piece of wisdom courtesy of a Slovenian gypsy.

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The past 18 months have not been easy for event organizers and promoters. Keeping the doors open, or at the very least the lights on, at venues like the Center for the Arts has been even more of a struggle than when there’s not a pandemic that is causing hundreds of daily deaths and hospital…

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Orange and gold aspen trees flash the bright, unmistakable signal: It’s once again time to gather pumpkins for Jack-O’lanterns, as well as other autumnal decor.

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How does wildlife painter Kathryn Mapes Turner place her subjects on the canvas and respond when the ink that brings them to life bleeds together?

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The past 18 months have not been easy for event organizers and promoters. Keeping the doors open, or at the very least the lights on, at venues like the Center for the Arts has been even more of a struggle than when there’s not a pandemic that is causing hundreds of daily deaths and hospital…

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Old Bill’s Fun Run is in full swing — virtually — for the 25th anniversary of the event that has so far generated nearly $200 million for participating nonprofits.

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The 2021 Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival doesn’t start until Sept. 9, but the National Museum of Wildlife Art already has its 34th annual Western Visions Show and Sale hanging — at least virtually.

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Most Americans remember where they were when they watched Barack Obama walk toward them on the television, stop at a podium and announce that the U.S. had “conducted an operation that killed Osama bin Laden.”

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As part of the Art Association’s pop-up art fair Saturday, Nukah’whups dancers from the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes will bring indigenous dance back to their aboriginal homelands.

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Like mushrooms after a summer rain, regional artists will suddenly appear Saturday on the Center for the Arts Lawn for the Art Association of Jackson Hole’s Pop-Up Art Fair.

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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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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.