Thursday, July 28, 2011

Spotted on Deloney Street

The Ten List: Tracy Logan

Tracy Logan, Administrative Director for The Science School, Kelly Campus

Favorite Book: A Prayer for Owen Meaney by John Irving

Breakfast Spot: My Kitchen

Dinner Spot: The Kitchen

Drink of Choice: White Wine

City to Visit: San Francisco

Best Spot in Teton Valley: Phelps Lake

Non-Profit of Choice: Teton Science Schools or Art Association
Guilty Pleasure: Stoufers Macaroni & Cheese 
Style Icon: Twiggy

Words to Live By: Never Trust, Never Assume

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

A Young Traveler

A Trip

I will be traveling for the next week, so I won't be posting quite as often. However, I will still be on the lookout for the stylish and the dapper.

Monday, July 18, 2011

A Jackson Landmark

The Ten List: Eric Logan

Eric Logan is an architect with Carney Logan Burke Architects of Jackson

Favorite Book:  My sketchbook.

Breakfast Spot of Choice:  I prefer breakfast on the run.  
Dinner Spot of Choice:  The deck at my house in the summer...and we don’t accept walk-ins.  

Drink of Choice:  Choice?  I choose yes, always.

City to Visit:  Well it’s not New York, if that’s what you mean...  

Best Spot in Teton Valley:  see "Dinner Spot"

Non-Profit of Choice:  The Art Association

Guilty Pleasure:  see "Drink of Choice".

Style Icon:  Anyone wearing Versace shoes and a motorcycle helmet.

Words to Live By:  Why yes, I will have another...

Friday, July 15, 2011

Spotted on Keats Lane

Frost Salon Named in Top 100 Salons in the Country

Congratulations to Rob and Patty Hollis and Frost Salon for being recognized as one of the top 100 salons in the country. Frost, a full service salon, will receive the honor in the August issue of Elle Magazine which hits newsstands July 19th. Frost is located at 185 Scott Lane and appointments can be made at 307-734-0804.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

A Hallway

This sculpture, by Phoenix based artist Kara Roschi, comes from a showing called Complicit, a series of woodblock wall sculptures that invited participation and interaction. Each sculpture included a blown out egg that was either close to being crushed, dropped, or launched. The eggs symbolize the fragility of human relationships. The piece above is called, "Finger Through Her Belt-loop."