LCCC’s theater program to perform ‘The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later’

The Laramie County Community College theater program will be performing “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later” as their Fall 2017 play in mid-November. “Ten Years Later” is a sequel to the original play that premiered in 2000, “The Laramie Project,” written by Moisés Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theater Project. The original Laramie Project

Authors unite at 13 annual Literary Connections event

The 13 annual Literary Connection event, featuring Sharman Apt Russell and Craig Johnson, was recently held on Oct. 7.   Russell has published many books that have been translated into different languages, and has also had essays published in journals, magazines and anthologies. Russell has been writing since she was eight years old and has

LCCC Playhouse presents ‘The Laramie Project’

“The Laramie Project”: Ten Years Later will first show at Laramie County Community College on Nov. 9. The play is an epilogue to “The Laramie Project”.  The play is about analyzing the murder of Matthew Shepard, who was an openly gay student and was killed because of his sexual orientation. The Laramie project: Ten Years

A Challenging Projects Continuation

“The Laramie Project”: Ten Years Later will first show at Laramie County Community College on Nov. 9. The play is an epilogue to “The Laramie Project”.  The play is about analyzing the murder of Matthew Shepard, who was an openly gay student and was killed because of his sexual orientation. The Laramie project: Ten Years

Immortality, Fertility explored in Trees of Life Exhibit.

Denver artist Stephanie Kantor will be putting her large scale, sculptural ceramic pots on display from Oct. 23 through Dec. 4 at the Esther & John Clay Fine Arts Gallery, located in the Fine Arts building at Laramie County Community College. Kantor’s exhibit and artwork is unique due to the fact she uses both her

Drag me to Zombie Fest

It’s that time of year when the leaves start to turn autumnal colors and everything has a pumpkin spice to it. However, if you are more into the ghoul of October, you should look into Zombie Fest. Zombie Fest is full of events that should not take place before the witching hour. There is everything

Medieval experience attracts people across the globe

People have many ways to escape reality. For Nick Hughes and Clancy Fairchild of the Society for Creative Anachronism, revisiting the past is a great way to do just that. The SCA is an organization with more than 30,000 members in countries all over the world. Dressing in the clothing of the Middle Ages and

Pilot uses poetry to deal with past trauma

Art Elser, a former Air Force pilot in Vietnam, avid poet, and a novelist who currently resides in Denver, Colorado, was awarded for his work in the 2016 issue of the High Plains Register. The High Plains Register is a student-produced art and literary journal which aims to reveal upcoming and established writers from Wyoming

Get yourself to the Greek

The Greek Festival returns to Cheyenne Sept. 15-16 for traditional celebrations of Greek culture. The Greek Festival is a fundraiser for the Saints Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox Church. The Greek Festival organizers sponsor a charity each year. This year’s charity is Toys for Tots. Preparing the Greek Festival takes the Saints Constantine & Helen

Hopes and dreams and fabric and seems

Picturing Paradise is an informative art show that is being held in the Esther and John Clay Fine Arts Gallery at LCCC. The show runs through Sept. 21, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.   The artist, curator and researcher Rebecca Davis has been traveling back and forth from Peru. Davis said she

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