Planet Jackson Hole
  • Box 3249
  • Jackson, Wyoming 83001
  • USA
  • Phone: (307) 732-0299
  • Fax: (307) 732-0996
  • Circulation: 12,000 (Low season: 7,200 - 8,000 High season: 10,000 - 12,000)
  • Publication Day: Wednesday
  • National Advertising: Alternative Weekly Network
Planet Jackson Hole is a free weekly print and online newspaper covering news, entertainment and arts in Jackson Hole, WY and the greater Yellowstone region. JH Weekly is Wyoming's ONLY alternative weekly. PJH is distributed free at over 700 locations throughout Jackson Hole, Wyoming and the surrounding area every Wednesday morning with an average weekly print run of around 10,000 copies. PJH challenges the status quo by providing provocative and insightful local and regional news reporting. It is is politically independent and committed to providing an open forum for no-holds- barred opinion by local writers from a variety of perspectives about the issues that are important to Jackson Hole’s residents and visitors. JHW also features outstanding arts and entertainment coverage and the most comprehensive events calendar in the region in print and online. The publication also publishes a Best of Jackson Hole edition and a semi- annual nightlife guide called Jackson Hole at Night: An insider's guide to nightlife in the Tetons, and an art and literary journal, Jackson Hole Review.
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Planet Jackson Hole  |  Jake Nichols  |  11-09-2012  |  Culture

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Once again Bob Dylan, now 71, is on the cover of magazines. His new disc, Tempest, is near the top of the charts. And yet to many, too many, especially to those under 40, Dylan is worse than an enigma or a mystery, he is a story where the plot is too far advanced to join in.
Planet Jackson Hole  |  Richard Abowitz  |  09-21-2012  |  Profiles & Interviews
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