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Book Lover

At Jackson Hole Book Trader, tables with artfully arranged toms showcase new and classic collections, while shelves line the walls with used, contemporary, and rare titles. In the far end of the store, a cozy and inviting circular nook welcomes young readers to climb in and snuggle up with a good book. Meanwhile, adults lift
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Creativity at Work

Andi Dornan, owner of Penny Lane Cooperative, had dreamed of owning a retail store ever since she was a little girl playing in her mother’s dress shop. “My twin sister, Alex, and I spent countless hours at the shop as toddlers,” she says. “We would play dress up in the fitting rooms, adorn ourselves with
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Mountain Formal

Growing up and attending a prep school in Connecticut, Spencer Hirst wore a basic, traditional tie every day starting in sixth grade. His business partner, Ben Agee, attended an all-boys Catholic high school in Texas and wore a tie the Friday before every football game—usually a classic-looking one borrowed from his dad. The duo
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Inspired Space

Tayloe Piggott, owner of Tayloe Piggott Gallery, was always drawn to Jackson’s quietness. She found it a reflection of her art. “Art to me is the quietness that comes over you when you connect with a painting or the feeling you have when you hear a beautiful piece of music,” Piggott says. “Time somehow
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Natural Wonders

Deborah Fox’s colorful paintings of bison, bears, and barn owls featured at the Grand Teton Gallery seem to burst from their canvas environments. Their expressive eyes will draw you in and leave you longing to spend time in the technicolor grasslands of Fox’s fantastic version of the Tetons. Fox grew up skiing with her
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