The end of a decade long series: “The Avengers: Endgame”

There are NO SPOILERS HERE. I’m here to just release my love and pain to the world about “Avengers: Endgame.” I have been a fan since the first Avengers movie, back in 2012. Sure, I’m not a “true fan” to those who’ve been watching Marvel movies since “Iron Man,” but after watching “The Avengers,” I

Book review: “The Lovely Bones”

“The Lovely Bones” by Alice Sebold is one of the greatest books I’ve read in a while that deals with loss in the most realistic way. Susie Salmon is our narrator and she starts her story with her death. Susie describes to the readers about being lured by her murderer into an underground hiding place

Cheyenne Frontier Days changing traditions through concert choices

“Come and experience the Daddy of em’ all…” is one of the slogans used in celebration of Cheyenne Frontier Days. Started in 1897, Cheyenne has produced an ongoing tradition of rodeos and and grand events. People from all over the world come to celebrate. CFD has events from the Grand Parade, which features historical floats,

“Captain Marvel” takes flight at the box office

Higher, further, faster, baby. “Captain Marvel” is the first Marvel movie for 2019 and it will blow you away in the theater The movie has been out for three weeks and in the time I’ve seen it I’m still in awe on how the directors for Marvel continue to push the Marvel Cinematic Universe forward

Crazy, Cuddly Kitty Cats: Denver Cat Company welcomes people, felines alike

[Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”13″ gal_title=”Denver Cat Company”] Most people have probably heard the anecdote that goes a little something like this: pets make us humans happier and healthier. However, not every person who finds happiness in furry friends has the time or resources to have one of their own. Well, I have a place for any cat

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World review

WARNING: THIS REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK. I was always a fan of the “How to Train Your Dragon” series since the first one came out. The animators put so much time and effort creating all of these different dragons and giving them their own personalities through the animation. The third

REVIEW: Beautifully written play should be a full production

For one weekend only, Laramie County Community College’s theater program put on a staged reading performance of “Letters From The Front” by Nick Wood. Wood, an LCCC employee and Navy veteran, conducted interviews with other combat veterans. When writing the play, Wood said he kept the interviewee’s identities confidential, to help them open up about

PostSecret: The Show review

Imagine writing down a deep secret that you have never told anyone, then sending that secret to a complete stranger. PostSecret: The Show by Frank Warren, TJ Dawe, Kahlil Ashanti and Justin Sudds, is a non-fiction show that brings the original PostSecret project, started by Frank Warren, to the stage. For the original PostSecret project,

Games Corner | Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice

Fall season is game season. All the AAA game titles bombard the psyche of gamers around the world. While some games get center attention, others fall into obscurity. “Wait, that game came out? Didn’t hear about it.” Developer Ninja Theory’s Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is one of those games that was lost in the shuffle. Originally

Destiny 2 outshines the first

In 2014, the developer of the Halo game series, Bungie, gave gamers an original and interesting online-only game: Destiny. The game takes place in a futuristic universe where the gamer play as  a Guardian, a space-traveling soldier that uses powers given to them by a mysterious god-like machine known as the Traveler. Guardians fight off

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