Watch Wyoming Skies

The solar eclipse on August 21, 2017, had everyone focusing on the daytime skies. Thermopolis was dead-center for “totality” — seeing the complete solar eclipse. But don’t let the fact that the 2017 eclipse is past keep  you from watching the skies in Wyoming. In our wide-open spaces area of Wyoming, it is easy to […]

Worland Woodturners Featured in State Publications

Worland Wyoming Woodturners is being featured in two state publications. Wyoming Lifestyle Magazine includes a two-page story (p. 24-25) on “Finding Creative Connections in Wyoming.” Sam Angelo, Worland, who started the Woodturners organization, is interviewed, along with Barrie Lynn Bryant, Kirby. Read it at http://www.wyolifestyle.com/currentissue.html Angelo’s specialty is fine art pieces, as well as how-to videos […]

What Difference Does the Arts Make?

Forget about the “soft” quality-of-life values of the arts — creativity, critical thinking, improved physical and mental health and skills — the usual things advocates say about the value of the arts. The arts and culture industry is also big business and a major economic driver in states and communities of all sizes. The U.S. nonprofit arts […]

Lessons from Heart Mountain Internment Camp

Japanese-American boys, Raphael Weill grammar school, taken by Dorothea Lange in 1942 just before they were sent to American imprisonment camps with their families. UPDATE – September 2017 – Now when our nation is being torn by racial divisions and a swelling in hatred and misunderstanding, it is especially important that we remember what happened when […]

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