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  • Gold Prospecting

    Sun Valley's new Olympic journey
      "We have the best Nordic coaches in the country, excellent facilities, clean air and stars at night, and great people. Now when visitors come here and see the Olympic rings, they will be reminded what a special place this is."
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  • In Service with Ralph Harris

    A Sun Valley artist paints and skis his way through history
  • A Moving Experience

    Tom Kundig designs Sun Valley Center for the Arts' new facility
  • A Persistence of Vision

    Richard Lauran Sample and Gallery 8
      Just across the highway from the airport in Hailey, where Gulf Stream jets blast off regularly, lies the South Wood Self Storage Facility. Row upon row of identical containers are filled with furnishings and cargo, all except for locker No. 8, otherwise known as "Gallery 8," a space used by artist Richard Lauran Sample.
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  • Hold the Press

    An exhibition on books and memory at the Sun Valley Center for the Arts
      Three artists on display at the Sun Valley Center's latest exhibition satisfy this need for a distanced view of information and literature without the slightest reference to the digital age. The misapropos title of the SVC show takes nothing away from these compelling artists who manage­—-through appropriation, painterly attention, and a library installation—to put the daily news in its place and redefine the significance of books and newspapers in light of the human spirit.
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  • A Kennedy Rant

    Tales of plunder and woe at Sun Valley Wellness Festival
      Robert Kennedy Jr. raised his own call to arms in Idaho, challenging the public to better educate themselves and question the status quo.
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  • Monumental Master

    A tour of artist Rod Kagan's work
      When Rod Kagan was a kid growing up in Jersey City across the Hudson River from Manhattan, he built model airplanes and miniature trains. At 15, he stripped and lowered a 1932 Ford into a hot rod while working at the family meat-cutting business.
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  • Atrocity Exhibition

    Wood River Jewish community brings images of Darfur genocide to Sun Valley

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