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Laramie’s artists are ready to take over the downtown district for the next week during the Pop-Up Art Walk, a late-summer tradition that’s set to continue for the fifth time.

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The downtown district will be open for exploration this Saturday during Taste of Laramie, a fundraising event organized by Laramie Sunrise Rotary Club.

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Live music is taking to the Laramie streets this summer, and you can still catch a weekly performance during the next few weeks.

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The Albany County Fair, a two-week summer fixture, got underway Monday and is set to continue through Aug. 1 with livestock shows, indoor exhibits and a livestock sale.

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The Laramie public is invited to contribute to an aquifer-inspired mural at ArtConnect Gallery this month as the gallery displays water-themed art by local and regional artists.

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DOUGLAS — The new Wyoming State Fair leadership had drafted some changes they wanted, then COVID-19 happened so they adjusted plans to meet the latest rules or obstacle . . . but one they didn’t really count on was the long-time carnival vendor pulling out at the last minute nearly two weeks…

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One summer tradition in Laramie that’s set to continue this month is the outdoor movie screening, albeit with a few COVID-19-inspired changes.

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If this summer’s COVID-19 cancellations have left you searching for a live music fix, Centennial’s got you covered next weekend.

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The University of Wyoming’s Snowy Range Summer Theatre program was curtailed by the COVID-19 pandemic and the closure of the UW campus, but one play will be brought to the virtual stage next week.

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Wyoming musicians are bringing live music to homes around the state during weekly concerts that are set to run through the spring.

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Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, events are on hold, parties scuttled and get-togethers verboten, while “Zoom” has become a noun, verb, adjective and perhaps expletive. But some Laramie residents are finding ways to check in with neighbors and connect with friends in person while still adher…

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A 2,500-year-old play about rebellion, revolution and the role of government in private life has fresh relevance in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic, and an online staged reading is set for today.

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Laramie’s social calendar came to a screeching halt over the weekend and for the foreseeable future, leaving those with spring events on the calendar devising contingency plans and looking ahead to summer and beyond.

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Local tunes and local brews are on tap this weekend as a fundraiser for locally grown food.

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The University of Wyoming Harry C. Vaughan Planetarium has a full line-up of shows this month, including a Valentine’s Day-themed show tonight.

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The University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance is reimagining the tragic love story of Orpheus and Eurydice from the perspective of its Hades-bound heroine during a production next week.

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Novelists Andrew Grant and Tasha Alexander, who moved to the Laramie area several years ago, have both continued their respective fiction series with new releases this month.

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Sunday evenings are going to take on an international flavor this spring as the annual Sundries of the World Film Series is set to kick off this weekend.

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Christmas events in the Laramie area are winding down this weekend, but Santa still has one more chance to burn off a little stress before he hunkers down in the North Pole next week under deadline pressure.

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As the second weekend of December approaches, the busy slate of holiday events continues. The weekend includes shopping, stars, art and music. If you get hungry, there’s cookies, beer and breakfast.

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The coming weekend might be the busiest of the year, as the Gem City will be bursting at the seams with Christmas events all over town.

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A brand-new play from University of Wyoming playwright William Missouri Downs tackles the tension that can arise between family members in close confines during the holiday season.

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The University of Wyoming Symphony Orchestra’s 2019-20 season is set to continue with “Brazilian Surprises,” a concert of Brazilian music.

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The Laramie High School Musical Theatre program is taking audiences from frigid Wyoming to an idyllic Greek island this weekend.

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Surf rock, “doom surf” and “nerd-thrash punk jazz” are coming to Laramie this weekend as a trio of locals share the stage with two bands from Denver.

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The University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance is set to open the 2019-2020 theater season with a comedy by playwright Noel Coward.

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An insect that once wreaked havoc across the Great Plains before its mysterious extinction is the subject of an opera set to be performed next weekend in Laramie.

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There’s not much better on a glorious Laramie autumn afternoon than to kick around town in search of live music. That’s the vision behind the inaugural Front Porch Music Festival, set for Sunday.

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Laramie’s creative community will be out in full force this weekend, transforming the downtown district into an art space filled with galleries, performances and demonstrations.