More than 100 cars, trucks, motorcycles and other vehicles are expected to converge in Laramie’s West Side neighborhood this weekend as part of a Cinco de Mayo celebration at the Lincoln Community Center, 365 W. Grand Ave.
A bluegrass fairy tale complete with mistaken identity, hijinks and bawdy humor is set to close the University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance season starting next week.
A new short documentary filmed on the Wind River Reservation last fall aims to push back against negative stereotypes and showcase avenues by which tribal members find peace and healing.
Author Lillian Clark spent most of her 20s working in downtown Laramie at Second Story Bookstore, and now she’s returning to celebrate the release of her first novel.
The University of Wyoming Art Museum is celebrating its spring exhibitions with an opening reception this weekend, during which student artists will also be honored.
Stories are like belly buttons — everyone has one — and a new storytelling event offers women the chance to share theirs with the community, inspired by a changing theme.
An upcoming musical theater production at the University of Wyoming is set to feature students from the university on stage alongside students from Laramie High School, the first time for such a collaboration.
Relative Theatrics is set to continue its 2018-19 season next week with the Wyoming premiere of a two-woman play that explores feminism and evolution.
The Centennial community will be decked out in its holiday best this weekend for the mountain town’s annual Christmas celebration, and everyone’s invited.
The University of Wyoming Department of Theatre and Dance’s quadrennial production of “The Nutcracker” has been growing with every rendition, and this year is no exception.
If you’re hoping to survive Laramie’s oncoming winter with the help of a good book, three titles by authors with Laramie connections are brand-new this fall.
A November film series at Albany County Public Library aims to celebrate the cinematic accomplishments of Native American filmmakers and actors, starting with a screening this Sunday.
Halloween might be Wednesday, but in Laramie, the fun starts Saturday morning. This year’s calendar features a slew of events for children and families, so brace yourself for a sugar rush that lasts all weekend.
A comedy about the tension between faith and reason is now playing at the University of Wyoming as part of the UW Department of Theatre and Dance’s 2018-19 season.
A fall-themed party with contests, races, food, raffle prizes, vendors and flying pumpkins is coming to the Albany County Fairgrounds this weekend.
“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.
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.
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.
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.