Tetonscapes: Going Big

Twenty-five athletes compete for the title of King or Queen of the valley’s most iconic (and terrifying) ski run. By Maggie Theodora CORBET’S COULOIR, A double black diamond run near the top of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) tram,…

Calling It

A vibrant community radio station gives aspiring DJs in Jackson Hole a place to start.  Making it a paying career is anything but easy though. by Billy Arnold IT’S ABOUT MIDNIGHT, and Lauren Smith is sitting in the plush chair behind…

Got Insurance

Whether you have health insurance or not, injury insurance might be worth looking into, especially if you love the sports for which Jackson Hole is famous. By Brigid Mander LAST SUMMER, A photographer friend of mine crashed on his mountain…

Influential, Furry & Famous

Charismatic individual animals like Grizzly 399 and Wolf 06 are ambassadors for their species, but the celebrity surrounding them isn’t always easy to manage. By Mike Koshmrl  TEXT MESSAGES FLEW, camera shutters clicked, and social media streamed with scenes of frolicking grizzly…

Tetonscapes: Bagel Time

Wyoming’s original bagel bakery turns 30 in 2020. By Maggie Theodora Pearl Street Bagels has been a staple of downtown Jackson for 30 years. Photo by Bradly J. Boner IT IS BECAUSE of a summer job that Maggie Gibson had…

The Art at the Heart

Jackson Hole is known as an art town for its galleries and its National Museum of Wildlife Art and annual Fall Arts Festival, but a 55-year-old nonprofit arts organization is the heart of the valley’s art scene.