Editor’s note: The Finer Things Book Club is a new series where we ask members of the LCCC community for their best book recommendations. Those who want to participate are encouraged to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 778-1304. The instructor: Mary Ludwig The book: “The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote”
Fridays in the Asher is a popular spring concert series that has become a staple in the Cheyenne community. The series originally began in 2012 with direction from a small group of locals operating under a nonprofit known as Lights On. The group looked to fill the ground floor level space of the Hynds Building,
Black History Month celebrations to include “Black Panther,” “Amistad,” presentation by LCCC history instructor
Laramie County Community College will be host Black History Month events on Feb. 13, 15 and 16, which will conclude with the showing of “Black Panther” at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16. All of these events, which are free and open to the community and are geared for residents of all ages, will be
By Jordan Jacknitsky Contributing writer Fans of ballet and musical theater may be happy to hear that the Moscow Ballet is coming to Cheyenne, presenting a whimsical and seasonal show at 7 p.m. Dec. 6 at the Cheyenne Civic Center. Touring and performing throughout North America since 1979, the Moscow Ballet is a large ballet
Native American Heritage Month will be celebrated with several November events in Fort Collins, but so far there are no events scheduled for Cheyenne. Throughout the country Native American communities celebrate their heritage during the month of November with gatherings and school programs. In 1990, then President George H.W. Bush declared November to be Native
Artist James Overstreet, a former Laramie County Community College art major, was first drawn to art by his mother who loved arts and crafts. Art quickly developed into a central part of his life. Shortly after high school, Overstreet became a father and said he felt like at that point his life needed some
The famous Lincoln Theater located in downtown Cheyenne closed its doors in May. With a new owner buying the venue, the theater will soon be up and running, but movies won’t be on the marquee. Originally a live performance venue, the theater opened its doors in 1929 with help from financier Francis E. Warren.
On Sept. 28, the Theatre Club here at LCCC hosted a banned books reading. Excerpts from the banned books were read aloud.
LCCC celebrated its 50th anniversary on Saturday, Sept. 22, with a community-wide event. Wingspan photographers were on hand to document the event. [siteorigin_widget class=”WP_Widget_Media_Gallery”][/siteorigin_widget]
[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWNVIpYnVfk%5B/embedyt%5D Wingspan got up and close for Cheyenne’s eighth annual Zombiefest. A bloody good time: Cheyenne residents Nina Lawrenz, Gwendolyn Eisen and Haley Fisher show off their bloody getups for Cheyenne Zombie Fest on Saturday, Sept. 15. Photo by Courtney Walston Not the children: It seems that the virus attacks any and all ages. Photo