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For some people it was like a dream come true.

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Keith Benefiel used to have a semitruck deliver six cords of wood to his house a winter: 768 cubic feet of pine.

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In a world of “digital fast” and ever-moving storylines and news alerts, is there a place for the still image, the art and craft of journalism? Sure, we love beautiful images that define the wonder and majesty of our little corner of the Great Yellowstone region. And who doesn’t love to see …

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New York City may have Times Square and the dropping of the New Year’s ball, but Jackson celebrates New Year’s with an iconic half-century-old tradition that thrills the entire town.

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The annual Santa letters section of the paper always feels cute and lovely and wholesome. But what we love so much about the annual tradition is the snapshot in time these pieces of work provide from the some of our youngest community members.

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There are a lot of things Jackson is known for — the mountains, the skiing, the billionaires — but there’s also some old-fashioned Jackson that comes to our neighborhoods and the Town Square at Christmastime, highlighting the spirit of the season.

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Christmas exploded at the Virginian this past Sunday as Soroptimist of Jackson Hole held its annual Christmas tree auction and brunch, one of their biggest fundraiser of the year.

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Low-budget shopping options have all but disappeared in Jackson. But there remains a place where Marmot Gore-Tex ski pants are $26, and designer-name handbags like Marc Jacobs and Coach sell for $25.

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The following photos are an installment of photographer Ryan Dorgan’s series “The Wasting Sickness of Jackson Funk,” which will be shown at the Teton County Library next summer.

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On a frigid night nearly 100 valley residents came to together at The Virginian Lodge to celebrate all things Jackson Hole. The theme for this year’s 49’er Ball — the oldest and longest running community event in Jackson — was “Act Like a Local.”

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Gangsters and flappers gathered en masse at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar Saturday to try their luck at craps, roulette and blackjack while listening to big band music. It was the Rotary Club of Jackson Hole’s annual Casino Night, the group’s biggest fundraiser, to sponsor as many as 40 scho…

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Florencia López Sánchez carries a cellphone in her back pocket every day, but until recently she didn’t really know how to use it.

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Keeping the word “adventure” honest, the 2022 5Point Film Festival will set up its mini-fest in the Center Theater this weekend, with local outdoor apparel enterprise Stio leading a bunch of other big sponsors (such as NRS, Yeti and Tin Cup Whiskey) and pairing up with Coombs Outdoors for a …

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After a full day of filming in Girdwood, Alaska, for the ski flick “Nexus,” the crew touched down at Chugach Powder Guides’ hangar and Michelle Parker realized that, for the first time in her 19-year career, she had flown in a helicopter of only women.

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Salomon’s Quality Ski Time Film Tour is back on the road for a second year with about 140 minutes of shredding, camaraderie, legacy and overall mountain stoke — a mini ski film fest that is also one heck of a bargain at $12 a seat.

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With the skies over Jackson Hole filled with smoke from regional wildfires, many Teton denizens are daydreaming about fluffy blankets of snow and the feeling of bouncing and flying down powder-clad slopes.

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For the first time since the Dec. 22, 2021, passing of Frank Londy, Jackson Hole’s longtime movie maven and theater owner, the Fall Film Festival is returning to Movieworks Cinema.

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The American West is losing its wild side, as the Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation hopes to show with a free premiere of “My Wild Land” Thursday evening at Teton County Library.

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In their second year the creators of the Wydaho Adventure Film Festival look to independent films to celebrate the lives that define adventurous and courageous spirits that challenge and inspire.

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The adventure documentarians at Teton Gravity Research might have created the most complicated production agenda to date with their latest film — but aren’t challenges the whole point of why we wait with bated breath for TGR’s newest drops?

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A mechanical fish can only do so much, so when Peter Benchley’s book “Jaws” went to film, Valerie Taylor and her husband Ron were called in to shoot the real deal.

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A bit of America (in France), a touch of Kabul, and a dash of Northern Ireland make up the world’s first global film festival — the Manhattan Short Film Festival — and the Center for the Arts is on the list of stops for the 10 finalists.

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The Jackson Wild 2021 Summit, formerly known as the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival, starts Monday and runs through Sept. 30, culminating with the Jackson Wild Media Awards Celebrations livestreamed from the Center for the Arts.

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Have you ever wanted to enter the mind of an extreme skier riding a fresh line? What about the internal motivations that move athletes to continue to push the envelope in the outdoors?

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After a round of touring the film festival circuit and a run on PBS stations across the country, Teton County filmmaker Jennifer Tennican’s “Hearts of Glass,” about Vertical Harvest, the pioneering urban greenhouse that sprouted in 2016 on a tiny lot in downtown Jackson, is ready to come home.

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The 93rd Annual Academy Awards are set to take place Sunday, April 25, and while a lot of things went sidewise over the past year of business closures and health safety guidelines, filmmakers created a wealth of great work.

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Babs Case, Dancers’ Workshop’s longtime artistic director, is “a true believer that the world doesn’t need another ‘Nutcracker.’”

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The Kiddomatic Children’s Film Festival is well underway, and for the first time ever moviegoers don’t have to trek to Missoula, Montana, to view the dozens of films created just for young cinophiles.

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Two skywalker gibbons looking for love. A female ranger unit fighting elephant poaching in Zimbabwe. A team of researchers on a quest to identify the pollinator of the ghost orchid.

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Jacksonites know Jimmy Chin, the photographer and filmmaker. They know Jimmy Chin, the climber, Jimmy Chin the skier, even Jimmy Chin, the Academy Award winner.