Sunday, August 09, 2020
Patricia Frolander never expected to run a ranch. But the Boston native moved to Denver as a teenager, and that’s where her life changed forever. She met her husband, Robert, in the Mile High City, and they lived there for several years before moving to his family ranch in Sundance, Wyoming.
Saturday, August 08, 2020
It’s time for a reprise of the basics of drip irrigation for everyone tired of hauling hoses this summer or who wants to save on their water bill.
Friday, August 07, 2020
Despite William Shakespeare’s singular position at the peak of Western literature, we know vanishingly little about the man himself.
Philosopher and writer George Santayana coined the aphorism “those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it.” Although we are living in “unprecedented” times, the phrase seems to have been rattling around the collective American consciousness this summer, as President Donald Trum…
Nothing can replace the feeling of walking in memory of a loved one alongside others who lost someone the same way, just like nothing can replace the feeling of joyfully gathering with others to donate to a cause you’re all passionate about. But this year, nonprofits were forced to find inno…
The American West was built on a sense of adventure. So, naturally, adventure-seeking tourists started heading out from the East Coast for an exciting experience in the unspoiled wilderness – and dude ranching was born.
It’s time to enjoy some live music again, Cheyenne.
Filmmaker Jessica Swale makes her directorial debut with the poignant “Summerland,” a tale of love and loss, motherhood and myth, set against the sweeping backdrop of Kent, England, and the White Cliffs of Dover during World War II. Gemma Arterton delivers one of her best performances as pri…
The Cheyenne Civic Center is about to open its doors again after what’s been a long four – nearly five – months for local performing arts fans.
After the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, a blue-ribbon commission and congressional committees uniformly blamed the U.S. national security apparatus for failing to “connect the dots” of evidence that might have exposed Osama bin Laden’s plot.
August is one of my favorite times of year to observe the stars, mostly because it’s warm! High overhead is Hercules, which contains a wonderful globular star cluster known as M13. To the west of Hercules you’ll find Corona Borealis and Bootes. Corona Borelais resembles a crown and Bootes lo…
The night of Feb. 7, 2016, started off as a joyous one for Cheyenne native Brian Scott. His beloved Denver Broncos had just defeated the Carolina Panthers 24-10 to win Super Bowl 50, and he was watching 350-some miles south of Levi’s Stadium in his new Los Angeles home.
We accommodate all sorts of sadism and bloodshed in period crime stories, as long as we get the right sort of eyeful along with it – “atmosphere,” as it’s generally described. Seductive production design, bamboozling digital recreations of vanished eras of American life, the clip-clop of hor…
Humans crave connection, and lately that hasn’t been readily available. With so many people across the world avoiding social gatherings, more are connecting in another way: through storytelling.
When former Army Ranger Quinn Colson came back to his hometown of Jericho in northern Mississippi a decade ago, he was a man with a mission: to clean up corruption and crime.