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RELATIVE THEATRICS PRODUCTION OF ‘I’M GONNA PRAY FOR YOU SO HARD’

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Laramie’s newest large-scale mural effort completes a project started in 2013, and a dedication for the mural is scheduled for tonight.

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“Depth of Winter: A Longmire Mystery” by Craig Johnson is a bit of a misnomer as the book breaks from the series’ normal routine of mystery and finds the titular character in an adventurous thriller.

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The good ol’ days of rhinestone cowboys, steel guitars and lead singers crooning the audience from behind yellow-tinted aviator glasses may be gone, but western twang is resurfacing Sunday at the Alibi Pub.

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More than 2,000 people plan to descend on Laramie Historic Railroad Depot Park on Saturday afternoon, looking for beer, food, music and an excuse to keep the Laramie Jubilee Days spirit going between the morning parade and evening street dance.

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The soundtrack to this year’s Laramie Jubilee Days is set to include a little country, a little bluegrass, a little folk and a little classic rock, as musicians are scheduled to play on the downtown stage from 11 a.m.-midnight today and Saturday.

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The final piece of summer in Laramie is set to fall into place this weekend with the start of the Downtown Laramie Farmers Market.

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The Snowy Range Summer Theatre’s production of “Baby with the Bathwater” — opening Tuesday — addresses the follies of parenting in an absurd, and comical, way.

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Laramie residents have their choice of two free outdoor movies this weekend. There will be a screening of “Coco” at 8 p.m. today at War Memorial Stadium as part of UniWyo Federal Credit Union’s Cowboy Summer Movie Series.

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Summer in Laramie means farmers’ markets, and the first market of the season is already up and running.

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Summer might not officially begin until Thursday, but Laramie has a chance to kick off the season early with a downtown street dance today hosted by the Blue Sky Group.

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Summer might not officially begin until Thursday, but Laramie has a chance to kick off the season early with a downtown street dance today hosted by the Blue Sky Group.

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A trio of musicians affiliated with the University of Wyoming are set to perform in Laramie next week as part of the Wyoming Music Teachers Association annual conference.

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When one thinks of ballet, the images that come to mind are often those of dramatic numbers — dances choreographed to express sadness or passion. Comedy, on the other hand, is seldom associated with ballet performances, which is what makes “Coppélia” — presented today and Saturday by Dance S…

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In 1987, Laramie ninth-grader Hapi Patterson was battling leukemia, so her classmates started planning a 5k race, a fundraiser to help her family offset costly medical expenses.

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The Laramie Historic Railroad Depot is set to showcase model railroads and railroad art this week to help kick off the 150th anniversary of the founding of Laramie.

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Never shying away from the social and political discussions occurring across the nation, the University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance plans to finish its current season with a production that dives into the topic — and history — of immigration.

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Laramie will host some of the best belly dancers in the Mountain West region Saturday during an annual showcase of various styles, genres and talents.

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Films from across the state and around the world are set to screen in Laramie this weekend during the inaugural 307 Film Festival presented by Toyota of Laramie.

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After touring the world and playing on five continents in the last year, hometown band Teenage Bottlerocket is performing in Laramie this weekend.

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An improv comedy duo known for their work on the television show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” is set to bring their live show to Laramie next weekend.

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When University of Wyoming students — and some community members who managed to buy tickets in the few hours before they sold out — saw Trevor Noah perform in Laramie earlier this month, they got to engage with a discussion of race, politics and society in an inviting and humorous way.

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A documentary film about an Apache helicopter mission during the 2003 invasion of Iraq, featuring a University of Wyoming graduate telling his story, is scheduled to be screened today.