With a trout on the line, the world became James Carlin's oyster
By Jennifer Liebrum
Can a 16-year-old, fly-tying prodigy apply his skills and hard-earned patience to save the environment? When James Carlin was 8, [...]
Ketchum's dark skies offer tremendous stargazing sights
By Andy Kerstetter
  Although we now know the northern lights are a result of solar winds interacting with particles in the upper [...]
‘Light Bearer and Shadow Player’
By Jennifer Liebrum
  We shall have champagne!” Spoken in a melodic, accented English, this was not an inquiry. Artist Anna Skibska had [...]
Sun Valley and Kitzbuhel, bound together from the beginning
By Dick Dorworth
Austria and the little town of Sun Valley, Idaho, have been connected since before Sun Valley was truly born. In [...]
The passage of time on a river in Patagonia
By Laurie Sammis | Photography by Issias Miciu Nicolaevici
South of the equator, there is a mythical landscape of hanging glaciers and sharp, windswept peaks rising above an arid [...]
The Sun Valley Culinary Institute to open its doors after the New Year
By Cheryl Haas
  The year 2020 will be a transformative one for what used to be the Cornerstone Bar on Main Street [...]
Ketchum’s new ketamine clinic offers some a reprieve from depression
By Hayden Seder
It’s hard not to find some source of depression or anxiety these days: from political turmoil, to climate change-induced natural [...]
A sanctuary on the Big Wood
By Karen Bossick | Photography by Heidi A. Long, Longviews Studios
It looks as if the two-story home has been there for a hundred years. But it was built yesterday, fashioned [...]
Three locals make a mark on the fashion world
By Kate Hull
Blame it on the fresh mountain air—how could it not spark creativity?—or maybe even the mountain town pace, but whatever [...]
Charles Brandt, Mafia Enforcer Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran and the Jimmy Hoffa murder
By Laurie Sammis
Charles Brandt is not what you would expect. Brandt’s long legal career as a homicide investigator, prosecutor and chief deputy [...]
By Kate Hull
In the lounge at Ketchum’s new downtown hotel, Limelight, patrons are welcomed with brightly hued chairs, an array of cozy [...]
Salmon River steelhead, lesser known than salmon, face equally difficult challenges
Brent Lawson
While the plight of wild salmon is often the subject of great debate and policy fights, the challenges Salmon River [...]
By Kate Hull
Brooke Camps and Brooks Pierce met while at a small bank in Winston-Salem, N.C., where they were completing a risk [...]