The Northern Arapaho artist discusses her creative process, Native American representation in contemporary art and how everything is connected.
David Dorfman Dance aims to give Jackson an out-of-body experience
Founder David Dorfman and composer Liz de Lise join KHOL to discuss the inspiration behind new production “(A) Way Out of My Body.”
Visionary architect Jason McLennan sees a cleaner future
The green building pioneer discusses the concept of living buildings and how they can improve our society.
TGR’s latest film basks in the magical energy of the mountains
Teton Gravity Research co-founder and president Steve Jones discusses his early days in Jackson Hole, how TGR stays progressive and the company’s latest film “Magic Hour.”
Exhibit features earliest photographs of Yellowstone National Park and Tetons
A free event Tuesday with historian and author Bob Blair at the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum will discuss the work of “pioneer photographer” William Henry Jackson.
Slow Food in the Tetons Connects Local Farmers with the Community
The organization’s Executive Director, Scott Steen, and farmer Curtis Haderlie discuss the importance of building trust in local food systems.
High Point Cider’s Winter Warmer Party to Benefit KHOL
Dance the night away with us on February 5th at High Point Cider in Victor.
One Busy Rabbi and a ‘Booming’ Jewish Community Celebrate Hanukkah in Jackson
KHOL spoke to the lone rabbi in Wyoming about what the Festival of Lights means this year.
New Film Festival in Victor to Mix Stories of People, Place and Wydaho Adventure
KHOL film critic Jeff Counts interviews a founder of the upcoming Wydaho Adventure Film Festival.