The postponement of the “Wonder Woman” sequel, which had been scheduled to hit theaters Oct. 2, comes on the heels of Hollywood’s strongest attempt to lure moviegoers back to theaters during the pandemic.
If you still haven’t made plans for this weekend, today kicked off Fremont County’s first Labor Day Rendezvous at the original site. It may be one of the few places left that when you walk in, you can take a step back in time.
To many kids, Chadwick Boseman's passing was a life event, driven by the change-makers he portrayed but also by his heartfelt comments in awards speeches and interviews about the need for more opportunities for people of color.
Janet Winslow, owner of the artisan-focused clothing and more boutique, Belles and Beaus, said that if it weren’t for the changes brought about from COVID, she wouldn’t have had this surprising opportunity to move her store front from Lander to Riverton.
A Riverton teacher has been gracefully navigating through the interesting waters of teaching online this school year, but that’s not the only thing that’s different for her lately. She was just crowned Miss Wyoming for America.
When the summer months begin people flock to outdoor concerts. With COVID-19 many venues are saying bye-bye-bye to those events. However, Blue Pig Productions is curing our summer time sadness, by utilizing a section of Terry Bison Ranch for a Drive-in.
The Cheyenne Youth Short Film Festival presents the Fear Film Fest on November 17, 2018 at the Atlas Theatre in downtown Cheyenne, WY. Fear Film Fest is another opportunity for youth around Wyoming to create their own suspense/thriller films to compete for prizes and watch their films on the big screen.
The Pancake Breakfasts bring many to Cheyenne, not just for the free pancakes but the entertainment in the historic Depot Plaza. We talked to a young group named The Wyldflowers about performing at Frontier Days and what they look forward to the most about CFD.
The Friends of the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens is excited to announce our 2018 Summer concert series; June, July and Jalan.
Whippoorwill will take the stage on Thursday, July 12th. Tickets are $5.00 in advance and $10 at the door.
Cheyenne Youth Short Film Festival will premiere the top ten movies on Sunday, May 27 at 6:00pm at the Atlas Theatre. It is open to the public, however if you didn't participate in the contest it will cost $5.
Cheyenne Youth Short Film Festival is excited to present its sixth annual premier and award ceremony on May 27th at the historic Atlas theatre in Cheyenne. Films are due May 11th, 2018 by 5:00 PM. Entries will be accepted in person at the Laramie County Library on this date. Arrangements for online submission can also be made by sending Cheyenne Youth Short Film Festival a message through their Facebook page or website.