Renowned folk-rock musician Jackson Browne performs for a sold-out crowd at the River Run base of Bald Mountain on Monday night. Browne, 70, played a variety of beloved songs in a two-set concert, including “Doctor My Eyes,” “Take It Easy” and “Somebody’s Baby.”
Kids cool off in the refreshing Big Wood River near the Ketchum skate park on Saturday, when hot air dominated the valley. Slightly cooler temperatures are expected through the remainder of this week, ranging from 72 to 82 degrees under sometimes-cloudy skies.
With an acoustic background of recorded sacred chanting filling the rafters of the Argyros Performing Arts Center on Wednesday, Tibetan monks, from left, Tenpa Lektsok, Lobsang Tharchin, Choegyal Sangpo and Tsering Tashi work on a sand mandala. A mandala is a spiritual circular artistic design important and symbolic in Hindu and Buddhist religions
A 2019 Bugatti Chiron races down state Highway 75 north of Ketchum on Saturday during the timed trials of the annual Sun Valley Tour de Force racing event. Pushed to the limit by Bugatti professional driver Butch Leitzinger, the car broke all previously recorded speeds at Phantom Hill, reaching a top speed of 253.01 mph.
In 1956, Marilyn Monroe stopped by the North Fork Store, rebranded Grace’s Diner for the feature film “Bus Stop.” Her turn as Chérie—which earned her a Golden Globe nomination—ends with Monroe boarding a bus and heading down state Highway 75. More than 60 years later, the store itself was on the move. With the surrounding lot heading to market, the building is being relocated to a new site north of Ketchum, according to a source familiar with the sale. So, on Tuesday evening, around 7 p.m., it boarded a bus—or flatbed—of its own, and headed toward its own next stop.
Auctioneer Greg Quiroga and volunteers, from left, Maggie Shafran, Gardner Cord and Andie Guran showcase lot No. 19, Atkinsons’ Mount Heyburn and the Stunning Sawtooths Collection on Friday at Carol’s Lodge for the annual Sun Valley Wine Auction and Gala.
Landscape architects, historians and current and retired U.S. Forest Service employees are working on the Pole Creek Guard Station this summer to restore the roof and make other improvements. Constructed in 1909 in the southeast corner of the Sawtooth Valley, the guard station is the oldest standing U.S. Forest Service structure on the Sawtooth National Forest.