Tero “Scores” high in “Wedding Score”

‘“Still waiting on God’s timing.” The pat answer came with ease. I’d only given it like every day for the past ten years. “Just you wait. Some guy is out there and will totally sweep you off your feet.” “I grinned. “Sure…’” “What’s up with all these couples who think they’re responsible to find a

A decade of craft left for the future

  Jim Trudaeu is a 91-year-old Cheyenne resident with a unique and mesmerizing life story. He is a military veteran and an award-winning violin builder. He once taught at Laramie County Community College and is now making a generous and unique donation to the college’s Fine Arts program. He plans to donate several of his

26 bands to perform for Fridays on the Plaza

Since 2005, the Friday’s on the Plaza has been the go-to event in Cheyenne every summer. Starting June 7 to Aug. 30, there will be a variety of 26 bands and artists, and seven of those are local. There will also be a few dates not on Friday, called Fridays Extended. There will be two

The music program has a lot of performances planned before the semester closes

The music department has big plans as the spring 2019 semester closes out. Frank Cook, the instrumental music instructor, and Beth Kean, the vocal instructor, both give insight on the big plans they have for the final weeks of the semester. Cook said the upcoming instrumental concert will be themed “America.” “The wind symphony will

Top 10 songs released in 2019 that should be added to your summer playlists

Since summer is almost around the corner I’ve decided to tell you the top 10 songs, released in 2019, that you should add to your summer playlist. I will also be linking Spotify and YouTube playlist links I made for summer playlists.   Bad Guy by Billie Eilish “Bad Guy” is packed with bass and

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,

Sounds good: Editor’s take on best EP’s/albums of 2018

As we draw near to the end of the year, I usually formulate what I think are the best albums of the last 12 months. So, for this column I will tell you what I think are the top five best EP’s and albums of 2018. What helps me determine what makes a good album

Moscow Ballet to present the Great Russian Nutcracker on Dec. 6

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

Lincoln theater to open up as a new music venue in the spring

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.

The dead is rising for an eighth year

Zombiefest When: Sept. 14-15. 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. Where: Downtown Cheyenne, 121 W. 15th St. What it is: The eighth-year celebration of Zombiefest, for all your undead needs. Enjoy music, food, prom, karaoke, scavenger hunts, and much more. Cost: Most activities cost $10 or less. More info: For more information, go to https://www.cheyenne.org/event/zombiefest/15226/ or

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