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“It Takes a Steady Wind,” the debut album by Mike and Kate Swanson’s ensemble Coyote Queen, didn’t start out as a COVID-19 project. In fact, it didn’t start out as a whole lot of things. Or rather, it turned into a lot of things the couple didn’t plan on.

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Grab a blanket and some grub and head over to the Center For the Arts’ outdoor amphitheater this evening (Tuesday, June 14) to celebrate the hard work area musicians have put into the Jackson Hole Youth Orchestra’s Spring Pops Concert.

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A Zoom with grandpa, a negative virus test result, the mastery of a new skill: Such hopeful notes were essential to weathering the prolonged COVID-19 limbo of the past year.

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For anyone who had forgotten about the simple pleasures of sitting outside in a camp chair, amid a throng of a thousand of your friends and neighbors, with a cold drink and a picnic dinner, all in front of a stage with a parade of live musicians performing, Saturday’s Spring Fling at the sit…

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Students rehearse “Seize the Day” from Newsies for the Thieme Youth Musical Showcase: Broadway Then & Now at the Center for the Arts on Saturday. The cast consists of 16 performers grades 5-12. The show, directed by Kathryn Chapin with musical direction by Laura Huckin and choreography b…

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Students rehearse their grand finale “Don’t Stop Believing” for the Thieme Youth Musical Showcase: “Broadway Then & Now” Saturday at the Center for the Arts. The cast consists of 16 performers grades five through 12. The show, directed by Kathryn Chapin with musical direction by Laura Hu…

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It’s often said that Jackson Hole is like an island: isolated, self-contained, self-created, maybe self-absorbed. Populated by endemic species that maybe seem weird to outsiders.

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Sit down, drink up and get down at the Wort Hotel’s Silver Dollar Showroom, where a slew of new and old talent is due to pass through this week.

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A Zoom with grandpa, a negative virus test result, the mastery of a new skill: Such hopeful notes were essential to weathering the prolonged COVID-19 limbo of the past year.

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For anyone who had forgotten about the simple pleasures of sitting outside in a camp chair, amid a throng of a thousand of your friends and neighbors, with a cold drink and a picnic dinner, all in front of a stage with a parade of live musicians performing, Saturday’s Spring Fling at the sit…

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It’s often said that Jackson Hole is like an island: isolated, self-contained, self-created, maybe self-absorbed. Populated by endemic species that maybe seem weird to outsiders.

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The parade of musical acts moving through the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar — despite the COVID-19 pandemic — continues with yet another huge star: Randy Owen, founder and lead singer of country hit machine Alabama, in an “extremely rare” appearance set for March 18, talent buyer Justin Smith sa…