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“Idaho is a sanctuary,” said Pioneer Award-winner Aaron Paul, top left, during his Coffee Talk last Friday. Massive crowds echoed this sentiment as they congregated for the Sun Valley Film Festival, celebrating another year of expert filmmaking. Fisher Stevens, top right, and Meg Ryan, botto…

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Deep in Canada’s Yukon territory, along the 64th parallel, a mere two latitudinal degrees shy of the Arctic Circle, stands Dawson City. With a population now half that of Ketchum, the former gold-mining community was built atop a layer of permafrost, and routinely experiences winter temperat…

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This year for the first time, the Sun Valley Summer Symphony offered a seasonally antithetical program, the Winter Festival. For two nights only, on Feb. 22 and 23, the symphony reassembled in the Argyros Performing Arts center for its first in-door performances.

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Though the month is less than half done, the Argyros has already had a busy March, packing in Dan Hoyle’s one man show “Border People,” a performance by valley favorites Time for Three and a special visit by Cuban jazz duo Alfredo Rodriguez and Pedrito Martinez, all before hosting screenings…

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The Gallery Walk of March 8 saw the grand opening of a new Big Idea project at the Sun Valley Center for the Arts. The exhibition is titled “Unravelling: Reimagining the Colonization of the Americas.”

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Calling all area bards, storytellers, wordsmiths, memoirists, oracles, anecdotalists and spinners of yarns: The sixth annual Humming Bull Storytelling Contest is just around the corner.

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The Idaho Conservation League and The Community Library in Ketchum will host a Wood River Valley Conservation Symposium on Wednesday, March 13, and Thursday, March 14, addressing salmon and steelhead recovery.

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From 5-8 p.m. on Friday, March 8, art galleries around Ketchum will open their doors for free exhibitions. Stop by, have a glass of wine and see what they have on display. Take a look below at what some of the galleries will be offering.

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Between 1921 and 1925, Osage County, Okla., became home to a series of brutal murders. An uncertain number—some estimates exceed 60—of Osage tribal members met their untimely fates during that period, all because of the rich oil deposits beneath their feet.

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The inaugural “Argyros Presents…” series has brought a slew of musical performances to the Wood River Valley. From legendary guitarists Martin Taylor and Laurence Juber to Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth to the unique song-and-dance performance of Isabella Boylston and Rozzi, these evenings …

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Ketchum is set to become a jazzier place at the beginning of March as the Argyros readies to host two Grammy-nominated Cuban aficionados, pianist Alfredo Rodríguez and percussionist Pedrito Martinez, presented by the Sun Valley Center for the Arts.

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As part of the Wood River Valley’s participation in the Big Read, a project coordinated by the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest, The Community Library in Ketchum will host an exclusive keynote lecture by Luis Alberto Urrea, author of the valley’s Big Read book…

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The 2019 Sun Valley Film Festival has announced its film lineup, four of its honorees and additional information on the Film Lab and Screenwriters Lab, all taking place March 13-17. Now in its eighth year, the festival offers five days of films, panels, parties and more, including three worl…