Wyoming Brewers Festival presented by Midas is a benefit for The Cheyenne Depot Museum in the heart of downtown Cheyenne. Day 1 kicked off Friday and I realized my mistake on arrival. It was 88° and I didn’t wear my shorts. It’s been a lon
There's much more to Neptune than you know... for now. Some people actually like to learn more about our world, and beyond. Tonight, Friday, June 19th, is a good night for you to take in the Planet Series: Neptune The Mystic at the Harry C. Vuaghan Pl
The Cheyenne Depot Plaza will be jumping as we go into the final weekend of Spring. The Wyoming Brewers Festival, sponsored by Midas, will let you sample the best of what Wyoming craft brewers have been working on
When I posted the article on this, the 51st anniversary of Jimi Hendrix becoming a star, I saw the video of Jimi burning his guitar many times over the years and other shots on documentaries and stills of that seminal moment in music history that launched careers of musical heavyweights and changed a generation, the nation and eventually the world. No small feat, but music did that, and this was a critical spot, with 1967's Monterey Pop Fest
On June 18th of 1967, a then unknown group wowed the crowd with psychedelic music and a performance the likes of which had never been seen before, EVER. At the end of their music changing set, our star lit his guitar on fire
Wednesday, June 17th from 12p.m. to 1p.m. you can learn from another in the series of loose but wide ranging field of intelligent people who are well versed in a large array of subjects that cross many subject lines
The sun should shine for a while today and this Tuesday, June 16, should see a high in the upper 70s. If you're in Cheyenne, it might be a good time to visit The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens with the kids and their squirt guns.
It was the birth of major rock festivals, when about 50,000 people showed up for the live music. The Who, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin & Simon & Garfunkel become international stars overnight due to the media coverage. All artists performed for free except for Ravi Shankar.
Watch this for 14 seconds and witness a minor miracle.
A band called John Coffey was playing at a music festival in Holland over the weekend. While the lead singer was crowdsurfing, someone threw a cup of beer at him and he somehow caught it without spilling, and then chugged it
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