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New novel by Jackson’s Deborah Bedford

Deborah Bedford, Jackson resident and long-time faculty member for the Jackson Hole Writers Conference, has a new book, co-written with Joyce Meyer. It’s entitled “Any Minute” and here’s a description: Sarah Harper is driven to achieve success no matter what the cost. She wants to do good and not hurt the people she loves—especially children
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New novel by Jackson's Deborah Bedford

Deborah Bedford, Jackson resident and long-time faculty member for the Jackson Hole Writers Conference, has a new book, co-written with Joyce Meyer. It’s entitled “Any Minute” and here’s a description: Sarah Harper is driven to achieve success no matter what the cost. She wants to do good and not hurt the people she loves—especially children
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Shepard Symposium marks 15th year with staged reading of "Beyond Brokeback"

The 15th Annual SHEPARD SYMPOSIUM ON SOCIAL JUSTICE COMMEMORATES the 5th ANNIVERSARY OF BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN WITH STAGED READING OF BEYOND BROKEBACK IN LARAMIE on April 8. Assistant Professor John J. O’Hagan of The University of Wyoming Department of Theater and Dance will direct a one hour staged reading of Beyond Brokeback for the 15th Annual Shepard
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Shepard Symposium marks 15th year with staged reading of "Beyond Brokeback"

The 15th Annual SHEPARD SYMPOSIUM ON SOCIAL JUSTICE COMMEMORATES the 5th ANNIVERSARY OF BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN WITH STAGED READING OF BEYOND BROKEBACK IN LARAMIE on April 8. Assistant Professor John J. O’Hagan of The University of Wyoming Department of Theater and Dance will direct a one hour staged reading of Beyond Brokeback for the 15th Annual Shepard
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John Byrne Cooke screens rare footage of Janis Joplin March 13 in Jackson

“Janis Joplin: Rare Footage,” a program to benefit the Jackson Hole Writers Conference, will take place on Sunday, March 13, 7 p.m., in the Center for the Arts Theatre in Jackson. Tickets are $15. John Byrne Cooke was Janis Joplin’s road manager from late 1967 until her untimely death in October 1970. Despite the demands
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March book signings at Sheridan Stationery Books & Gallery

March book signings at Sheridan Books and Stationery, 206 N. Main, Sheridan: “Living Waters: Writings from the Heart of a Christian” “Have worry and stress left your life parched and dry? Do you thirst for the peace of the Lord? Then join Dorothy Lansing as she reveals the words that the Lord has spoken into
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March book signings at Sheridan Stationery Books & Gallery

March book signings at Sheridan Books and Stationery, 206 N. Main, Sheridan: “Living Waters: Writings from the Heart of a Christian” “Have worry and stress left your life parched and dry? Do you thirst for the peace of the Lord? Then join Dorothy Lansing as she reveals the words that the Lord has spoken into
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The New Mastersounds starts western tour March 1 in Jackson

On Tuesday, March 1, The New Mastersounds will begin touring through the West. Town Square Tavern will be hosting the tour opener right here in Jackson Hole. Once again, Fox Street All Stars from Colorado will be supporting the date and the tour at large. This summer at the Pink Garter Theater, this same double
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Sara Ellingrod of Arvada-Clearmont H.S. named winner of Wyoming Poetry Out Loud competition

Sara Ellingrod, a ninth-grader at Arvada-Clearmont High School in Sheridan County, is this year’s winner of the Wyoming Poetry Out Loud finals held in Cheyenne on Monday. As this year’s champion, Ellingrod receives an expenses-paid trip with a chaperone to Washington, D.C., where she will represent Wyoming at the Poetry Out Loud finals, April 28-29.
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WyoFile "Tales of I-80" — "This road will give you religion, mister"

Don’t know about anyone else, but wyomingarts can’t think of I-80 without remembering lines from Barbara Smith’s excellent poem “Interstate 80” (excerpt). …even if you drive the same forty miles morning and night to work and know every pimple on the lady’s ass every curve or incline you could drive it in your sleep or
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