Sunday, January 10, 2021
For Lynette St. Clair, the key to preserving a culture is through its language. And as a Shoshone linguist, cultural preservationist and education consultant on the Wind River Reservation, she works to keep her culture alive every day.
Corn Nuts. Fotomat. A Truckasaurus rally.
Saturday, January 09, 2021
There are many variables affecting the number of birds and bird species seen on the Christmas Bird Count. Weather is a big one. Dec. 19, the Cheyenne counters met up with strong winds that put a damper on small bird numbers. None of us were mean enough to shake them out of the bushes.
Russ Brown is ready to party.
Friday, January 08, 2021
January is always a strange time for new movie releases, which are usually eclipsed by the crush of awards season. Although the Oscars aren’t planned for several more months, it’s still a slow month for new movies, especially after the flurry of qualifying runs and best of the year lists tha…
You try and you try and you try.
Showing his artwork in Jackson would be an honor at any point of his career, but during this pandemic, Cheyenne painter Steve Knox is particularly grateful for exposure.
Sunday, January 03, 2021
Prince Harry and Meghan are now podcast hosts. They teased listeners Tuesday with a sample of their upcoming Archewell podcast, and they're already getting a lot of flack for it.
If you’ve watched even a few minutes of “Bridgerton,” Netflix’s dishy new period piece, you probably noticed something a little familiar on the soundtrack.
A few months ago, Courtney Casner didn’t believe she’d ever be able to perform onstage again. Her multiple sclerosis had flared up for six months straight, her treatments weren’t working, and she was only able to dabble on the piano with her right hand.
Since January is often a very cold month, it’s nice that the sky has a lot of bright stars and constellations because it makes for quicker viewing.
Pixar’s “Soul” is full of heart.
The stockings were hung by the chimney with haste.
It might be the unique circumstances in which we are living, but it feels like every movie released in 2020 turns out to be about subsistence. Right until the final light is extinguished (or the final fade to black), it’s all about getting by as best we can, for as long as that might be.
Capping a year filled with horrendous headlines, former president Barack Obama is sharing his annual list of favorite films and TV shows offering inspiration – or just a desperately needed escape.
Instead of simply forgetting 2020 happened, join the Wyoming Tribune Eagle in celebrating the most memorable moments of the past 12 months. From shots of neighbors helping one another to others showcasing southern Laramie County wildlife, take one final look at 2020 before saying “bye forever.”
“Fort Laramie Strawberries are from the ‘ice-box’ section of our nation, Cheyenne, Wyoming. This is a super hardy, wonderfully producing ever-bearing strawberry. You’ll harvest your first berries this very summer! And what berries – HUGE, bright, scarlet-red berries ...”
Sitting down to write a “best of” article for 2020 feels downright ridiculous. We’ve all suffered so much this past year – particularly those on the front lines who risked their health keeping our society running – and we lost more than 322,000 Americans to COVID-19.
Sometimes, you can’t worry about other people’s thoughts.
If you are going to watch only one Christmas special this year, please let it be "Christmas Special 2012" from the British series "Call the Midwife."