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.
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.
The season for warm soup and hot drinks might be drawing to a close, but Laramie residents will have one more chance to find their favorite handcrafted ceramic bowl and fill it with some homemade recipes.
When outsiders move to Laramie, they often import bits of the culture they are coming from. For some, this means opening a Thai restaurant. For others, it means hosting sweat lodge ceremonies.
Born in Guadalajara, Mexico, Daniela Liebman began practicing piano as a 5-year-old. Just 10 years later, Liebman has performed as a soloist alongside several famous orchestras and won a handful of prestigious international contests.
The University of Wyoming hosted a number of big names this academic year, from politicians such as former NATO Secretary General Anders Rasmussen to scholars such as Harvard University Professor Stephen Walt to conservative talk show host Dennis Prager.
A play about German citizens pondering resistance to the Nazi Party during its rise to power is coming to the University of Wyoming stage next week.
Santa Claus is a busy guy this time of year, but he’s taking time out of his Christmas preparations for a few hours of ice skating in Laramie this weekend.
The Gem City Art Team — a local artist collective with studio space in the Laramie Plains Civic Center — is inviting the public into its world Saturday for a holiday-themed open house and art sale. The event will introduce the outside world to the six artists who make up the collective, said…
Between Black Friday discounts and Christmas specials punctuated by a seemingly endless stream of jewelry, car and toy commercials, it can sometimes seem like the holidays are all about the presents.
The Centennial community will be decked out in its holiday best this weekend for the mountain town’s annual Christmas celebration. Christmas in Centennial is set to kick off at 8:30 a.m. Saturday with Santa’s arrival at the Mountain View Hotel for the first of two breakfast sessions. The day…
Topping the Texas country music charts is no easy feat. But Josh Ward — an independent country singer-songwriter out of Montgomery, Texas — took it up a notch, hitting the No. 1 spot with six different songs, all from the same album.
While most fundraisers involving food would offer pizza, hamburgers or hot dogs, University of Wyoming’s Sigma Chi chapter prefers to offer an unorthodox alternative to the typical fare.
With Thursday’s visit by conservative speaker Dennis Prager — and the heated debates surrounding that visit — free speech, censorship and competing economic ideals have been the talk of University of Wyoming campus this week.
The University of Wyoming will host “William Shakespeare’s Long lost First Play (abridged)” — a play ultimately bound for Broadway this weekend — before anyone in New York has a chance to see it.
Halloween might be on the wrong side of a Monday this year, but Laramie’s trick-or-treaters don’t have to wait for a school night to scare up a bag full of candy.
The University of Wyoming Sustainability Coalition is hoping to show off what solar power can do during SolarFest — an annual celebration of renewable energy — Saturday.
Making space for disagreement and dialogue can be challenging in a deeply divided world, but the University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance’s first play of the academic year aims to do just that.
When novelist Tasha Alexander thinks about her first stint as a Laramie resident many years ago, she remembers feeling wistful about leaving even before she was gone.
With the University of Wyoming Cowboys on a bye week, O’Dwyers Public House plans to fill Saturday with a contest that promises to be challenging for participants and entertaining for spectators.
Marc Berger — the New York guitarist who plans to perform songs from his album “Ride” throughout the weekend in Rock Springs and Centennial — was almost a lawyer.
A celebration of rural life is coming to Laramie this weekend, complete with music, food, demonstrations, vendors, activities for children and more.
Following a two-week U.S. tour in 1990, Australian blues guitarist and songwriter Michael Charles — an accomplished musician in his own country — said he decided to try his luck in America.
Spiders — the eight-legged creatures who inspire fear and disgust in the hearts of many — are actually wildly important to the ecosystems they call home.