Stories

Teton Valley

Animal Whisperer

While many rabbit owners prefer to keep their furry, plant-eating pets in some variation of a cage, Aska Langman’s rabbits once lived in an unconventional location in her New York city home: the bathtub. Today, some of the critters under Langman’s care, like foster kittens and chicks, also spend time in the bathtub of her
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Basecamp Adventures

Riding the Wave

For Ali Kalenak, there were two major turning points in her life. The first happened in may 2013 when her twin sister suddenly passed away in Charleston, South Carolina. Ali was living in Jackson at the time, completing her second nursing degree at the university of Wyoming, and living with her then-boyfriend and their two
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Artistic Intuition

Barbara Nowak claims she doesn’t have an artistic bone in her body, but she’s proud of her eye for art. “When I first opened the gallery 20 years ago I expected to carry the traditional Western and wildlife art, but as the gallery began to evolve, so indeed did the art,” she says. “I began
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Inspire

Community Minded

Over 70 people packed town hall in response to a plan to rezone parts of Jackson in order to allow more hotels and commercial development. Some waved signs declaring “Housing not Hotels” and similar sentiments as they took turns sharing their opinions about the project, and voicing their concerns to their elected representatives, one by
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Nightlife

Musical Mastermind

Zach Singer was in fifth grade when he first picked up the electric guitar, jamming to Jimi Hendrix and other classic rock of the ’60s and ’70. By middle school, the budding Musician gave percussion a try, taking up the drums. The more time Singer spent playing Instruments, the more he fell in love with
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Highstyle Profile

Pet Partners

Megan Peterson, whose glossy photographs often grace the pages of our own JHStyle Magazine, leans down to give her dog, Quincy, a scratch on the head. When a toddler Wobbles by and reaches for Quincy’s soft fur, Megan reassures the boy’s mother. “Go Ahead,” she says. “He’s very friendly.” Peterson has always loved Australian Shepherds
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Inspire

On the Road to Healing

When Brad Zolnowsky’s daughter, Sydney, was just 14 months old, she was diagnosed with a type of soft tissue cancer called Rhabdomyosarcoma. The cancer was just behind her cheekbone, and the family rushed to find the best treatment options for their little girl. Brad and Sydney’s mom, Megan, took their daughter to St. John’s Medical
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Teton Valley

Better with Butter

Marcos Hernandez and Amelia Hatchard had a big dilemma. After the dynamic duo behind Streetfood at the Stagecoach in Wilson moved over Teton Pass to Victor, Idaho, they realized their brunch options were limited in Teton Valley. As foodies, restaurant industry folk, and frequent late risers, they sensed this niche needed to be filled. The
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Features

Rescue Ready

Two winters ago, a man skiing the Maverick backcountry line in Grand Teton National Park had a heart attack. His wife called 911. When Jess King, supervisor for Teton County Search and Rescue, received the call, she got to work immediately. Time was ticking. Working with the Jenny Lake Climbing Rangers and Teton County Search
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All in the Family

As she brews coffee and lovingly chases her kids and dogs around the bright interior of her Victor, Idaho, home, Jackson native Jennifer Fay says, “I really miss getting to work in the shop with my mom.” Since having children of her own, Fay and her mom, Diana Gross, sometimes feel like ships passing in
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