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After far more many months than we may have planned, gatherings for art cohorts are appearing on our calendars. Hello laughter and applause and goodbye Zoom! [...]

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The spatula really is the all star of the kitchen, Doug Sanders asserts, especially at breakfast time. [...]

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A working cattle ranch 20 miles southeast of Sheridan in the Lower Piney Creek Valley welcomes four visual artists and two writers to the Jentel Artist Residency Saturday. [...]

On Jan. 27, 2021, I published the first episode of "Euripides, Eumenides: A Theatre History Podcast." I pledged to do a new episode every two weeks, and on Jan. 12, 2022, I published by 26th e… [...]

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Yesterday was my son’s 4th birthday. They are slowly ramping up in intensity and celebration as he gets older. They used to just be sliding a slice of cake in front of him and letting him go t… [...]

Pull on your boots and wear your best cowboy hat for a night of heel-stomping fun at the WYO Performing Arts and Education Center. [...]

It’s so exciting to share some new changes in the new year with our local community. We don’t yet know what 2022 will bring, but one thing is certain: thanks to you and your support, the WYO w… [...]

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Ah, the doldrums of the holiday hangover. So many events to attend, presents to open, cookies to eat and people to see. Even during these dark times of COVID-19, people seemed to be braving th… [...]

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Sheridan-raised author Darla Worden published her first novel, "Cockeyed Happy," September 2021. The biography details Ernest Hemingway’s adventures in her home state, Wyoming. [...]

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Many people are lifelong readers, finding every moment they can to curl up with a good book and a cup of tea or perhaps — at this time of year — hot cocoa. But as we get older, sometimes it’s … [...]

Saturday night, those three boys and I will be playing a sold-out show in our hometown. They asked me why I chose Liberty for our closing number. I just plucked on my strings and smiled.Libert… [...]

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Recently we have become hard core charcuterie people. [...]

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If you don’t bake, December has got to be the worst month for cooking. That Thanksgiving hangover is still hanging around, the nearly week-old leftovers have lost any sort of appeal and you ar… [...]

A piano gifted to the local organization will be a central part of the ninth annual Ucross Community Christmas Celebration on Saturday, Dec. 11. [...]

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Sheridan College students performed in a stage adaptation of Cheryl Strayed's best-seller, "Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on Love and Life from Dear Sugar." The production's goal, director Sus… [...]

Hunter Quarterman, owner of co-op art gallery Fear and Loathing Where the Buffalo Roam, said he hopes to give budding and established artists a low commission rate to help them make a profit f… [...]

The recent show at SAGE Community Arts exhibition gallery was truly a unique and fascinating display of talent, Jill Benson said.  [...]