I discovered rock music when my older brother brought home a mix-tape with AC/DC and Maiden. Twisted Sister was my favorite band in the fourth grade. My Top 5 Concerts are: Pink Floyd at Mile High Stadium, Tool at Coachella (Madonna was there too), Peter Gabriel, KISS Reunion Tour 97, and the Fleetwood Mac Reunion 97. The person I most admire is George Carlin. My favorite hobby is consumption. It’s always cool to hear from listeners, so feel free to send me your questions, comments, criticisms and suggestions : email@example.com
Cheyenne Frontier Days Concerts In The 1990s
The '90s were a big decade for concerts at the Daddy of 'Em All.
The University of Wyoming Paid $500k For Oklahoma State Slogan
The University of Wyoming is facing criticism after paying an out of state marketing firm $500,000 for a new advertising campaign centered around a slogan already in use by Oklahoma State University.
Siberia Was Warmer Than Cheyenne Last Week
On July 4th, it was actually warmer in northern Siberia than Cheyenne's high temperature of 85.
Happy 128th Birthday, Wyoming
The Cowboy State turns 128 years old this week. Like many great events in American history, it would have never happened without a dishonest politician.
The Coolest Wyoming-Themed Tattoos [PHOTO GALLERY]
To celebrate the 4-ever West Tattoo Festival this weekend, check out our gallery of cool designs inspired by the Cowboy State.
Fun Fact: The World’s First Saloon Was In Western Wyoming
Brown's Saloon was established in 1822 to serve thirsty fur trappers at the Brown's Hole trading fort along the Green River. It was the first tavern to ever call itself a saloon.
Wyoming Ranked The 9th Most Dangerous State For 4th of July
According to a new study, Wyoming is one of the most dangerous states to celebrate Independence Day.
30 Years Ago: UFO Sightings Terrify Cheyenne [VIDEO]
In honor of World UFO Day, here's a look back at one of Cheyenne's most infamous encounters.
Happy 151st Birthday, Cheyenne
July 4, 1867, Union Pacific surveyor General Greenville Dodge named the city of Cheyenne and plotted the area.
Remembering Wyatt Earp’s Bare-Knuckle Boxing Brawl In Cheyenne
July 4, 1869, Wyatt Earp promoted a boxing match at the Cheyenne Depot. Several years later, one of the fighters introduced Earp to "Doc" Holliday.
Cheyenne Frontier Days Visitors Will Drink 1.5 Million Beers
CFD visitors consume the equivalent of 9,090 kegs or 145,455 gallons; enough beer to fill the pool at the Cheyenne Aquatic Center.
How Polygamy Helped Create The University of Wyoming
Abraham Lincoln didn't know it when he signed the Anti-Bigamy Act into the law, but the statute would later create the University of Wyoming.