This Week in the News&Guide
October 10, 2012
Candidates for the Jackson Town Council, mayor and Teton County Board of Commissioners answered questions about land-use issues and the new comprehensive plan at a public forum Tuesday night.
Down On Glen slings breakfast burritos from a 104-square-foot space. Tobacco Row has inhabited a 300-square-foot niche for decades. Crafting a successful business in a few hundred square feet is a challenge, but a handful of retailers and restaurants thrive while staying tiny.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s newest lift is one step closer to completion after 14 towers were placed for the midmountain chair. The new Casper quad will deliver almost twice as many skiers to a part of the mountain management hopes will attract intermediates.
Simulcast performances by the Metropolitan Opera begin Saturday at Walk Festival Hall. Grand Teton Music Festival musicians who also play in the Met orchestra say the experience is exhilarating and exhausting.
Paper from the past
In a show that commemorates its roots and its 25th anniversary, the National Museum of Wildlife Art exhibits a collection of rare works on paper, mostly of animals from the American West.