The truth is undeniable: Wyoming is in the midst of a mental health crisis.
We accidentally ran last week’s clues with this week’s New York Times crossword puzzle on page 18B. Here are the correct clues for puzzle number 0129.
While skiers sleep, the unsung heroes of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort work all night to create pristine, glistening corduroy with no lumps and hard bumps.
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 …
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.
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.
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.
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.”
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…
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 …
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.
What kid growing up in a mountain town hasn’t tried a homemade ski edit? For most, the clips never make it beyond a small group of family and friends.
Pull up a lawn chair or spread a blanket on the grass at Teton County Library to watch a local documentary, “A Noble Pursuit,” under the stars Tuesday.
The Wydaho Adventure Film Festival at the Victor City Park is a promising inaugural event set to mix art, community and the power of storytelling against the wild backdrop of the Teton Range.
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.
Teton Gravity Research’s new film, “Accomplice,” chronicles 17 athletes’ sometimes complicated, always inspiring relationships with mountain biking.
After skiing and shooting film with the pros, Teton Gravity Research co-founder Todd Jones, his brother and a friend wanted to make sports action movies their own way.
Director and executive producer Scilla Andreen saw that bullying among friends, families and coworkers had evolved along with technology.
Storm Show Studios, an award-winning video production company run by Jackson native Darrell Miller, has maintained an almost singular focus on one thing over the past 20 years: finding the ultimate big mountain ski line.
“Go try to be funny these days with woke culture. ... It’s hard to argue with 30 million people on Twitter. ... I’m out [of doing comedies].”