Elvis inspired breakfast club serves early-birds since 1997

R&B Breakfast Club has been a breakfast staple for the city of Cheyenne since its inception in 1997. Founder and owner Bill Garcia started R&B Breakfast Club back on Oct. 15, 1997, and never envisioned it would become the restaurant it is today. “My original plan was just to do breakfast delivery,” Garcia said. “I

The Same Mind

Colorado artist Jennie Kiessling started her career in Wyoming, working for the Art Council and now has her own gallery show at Laramie County Community College in the Esther and John Clay Fine Arts Gallery. Laramie County Community College is hosting the “Same Mind” exhibit now through March 1. Kiessling was born and raised in

The Same Mind

Colorado artist Jennie Kiessling started her career in Wyoming, working for the Art Council and now has her own gallery show at Laramie County Community College in the Esther and John Clay Fine Arts Gallery. Laramie County Community College is hosting the “Same Mind” exhibit now through March 1. Kiessling was born and raised in

Cafe offers more than healthy eats

I rarely go out to eat at a restaurant and when I do it’s always with friends. Going alone to check out Dad’s Cafe was a test of courage for me. I was so nervous. I didn’t know what to order, but the gentleman behind the counter started asking me what I like to eat.

Asher Building offers live music on Friday nights

Fridays in the Asher, a way to get cheap entertainment for only $5, is mid-way through its spring schedule with five dates remaining starting April 6.   A team of volunteers works to book bands “that are really rising and who are really trying to break through in the music industry,” said Mike Morris, the

Cheyenne’s boots get a re-boot

Cheyenne is pretty well known for having boots with different types of art styles.   Christy McCarthy, executive director of the Cheyenne Depot Museum, and Jill Pope, director of operations for the tourism office Visit Cheyenne, both said this program is important.   “It’s a nice way to brand our city,” Pope said. “Chicago, Illinois,

Wide variety of art to be displayed at the Student Art Exhibition

The Laramie County Community College Student Art Exhibition will open with a reception, including food and drinks, at noon on April 11 at the Esther & John Clay Fine Arts Gallery. Student’s artwork can be viewed 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday until May 5. “Since artworks can be submitted until April 4,

Playhouse to perform two plays this spring

The Laramie County Community College Theater will be performing the two one-act plays “Laundry and Bourbon” and “Lone Star” by James McLure on April 19-21 and April 26-28 at the LCCC Playhouse. These two plays will be performed back-to-back each night. Both plays are set during the early 1970’s in Maynard, Texas. The play “Laundry

An inside look at 2 Doors Down

College students are always looking for a good deal when it comes to food. 2 Doors Down has the answer when it comes to burgers. Jerry Inniss and his wife Sandy started 2 Doors Down in 2009 when they found out the current location was coming available two doors down from their pizza restaurant, Pizzeria

LCCC’s “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later” recognized by Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival

  “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later” was performed by the Laramie County Community College theater department this past November and has been recognized by the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival for five awards. Brianna Perry and Charles Detheridge were both awarded with a nomination for the Irene Ryan Acting Award. Solveig Gasner was

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