Hey, it’s Jax! There’s not a ton you need to know about me besides the fact that I love to make life one big party. I hail from St. Louis, MO and am a die-hard Cardinals and Blues fan. My two passions in the world are music and sports. So you can usually either find me at a concert or sporting event, or watching a sporting event at a bar while I take over the Touch Tunes at said bar with my favorite jams. Aside from that, I watch more TV than anyone should ever be allowed to watch. I stream anything and everything and I speak in lots of movie quotes. I have a cat named Ariana Grande and that’s her name because her meow hits the same octave that AG can sing with her voice, seriously. You can usually catch me being brutally honest about music, movies, TV, and pop culture in general. Listen up and we’ll make a party happen!
Did You Know There’s 14 Cities in the U.S. That Share the Name ‘Wyoming’?
As much as we love our state, Wyoming isn't exactly a word that rolls off the tongue. In fact, if you ask people from out of states, especially not in the west, they barely remember the fact that we are a state. Some people don't even think that Wyoming exists! But you may or may not realize that we share our state name with several cities in the U.S.
Want to See the Fair Food on the Menu at Cheyenne Frontier Days?
One of the best things about any fair or festival is, of course, the food! Regardless of what festival it is, we always call it 'fair food' since a fair is pretty much the only place where you will find the eclectic food on the menu. While we always hear about the unique foods that are being served at Cheyenne Frontier Days and may see stock photos of what the menu items is, what do they look like up close when they're actually served?
11 Things to NOT Do at Cheyenne Frontier Days (or Any Festival)
It's all happening! The start of the 'Daddy of 'Em All'! The 126th Cheyenne Frontier Days is just about upon us and the excitement in the air is palpable. But as you're getting ready, as important as what you are planning to enjoy throughout the duration of the festival, maybe just as important is what NOT to do while you're attending Cheyenne Frontier Days, or any other festival for that matter.
Wyoming’s Jeffree Star Keeps 100 Guns and is ‘Waiting For Someone to Trespass’
Social media influencer Jeffree Starr has a yak ranch in Wyoming and has a 'love' for shooting, according to Insider.
What is the Most Popular Cheap Beer in Wyoming?
We all know that these next summer months will have plenty of beer festivals on the way. In fact, Gov. Gordon just signed a proclamation that declared next week as 'Wyoming Craft Beer Week'. But what if you drink beer and you're not much of a craft beer guy or girl? What if you're someone who likes a good domestic, which happens to be relative cheap in comparison to all the fancy schmancy craft beers out there. So which one of those 'cheap beers' is the most popular in Wyoming?
23 Things That Are Just So Wyoming!
Believe it or not, Wyoming has quite a few things about it that could be considered stereotypical of the Cowboy State. They might not be considered that by anyone that isn't from here necessarily, but if you have spent enough time in Wyoming, whether you are originally from the state, or if you have just happened to catch on after moving here and living here for a decent amount of time, you know that these things are definitely what you will experience throughout any and all parts of Wyoming.
Wyoming Ranks Right at the Top of the List in U.S. for Natural Beauty
Anyone that lives in Wyoming and gets to experience the scenery that we do everyday already knows just how scenic the Cowboy State can be. But it's definitely nice when we can get some public recognition for it. And when that public recognition happens to live on social media, plenty of others are certain to take notice and realize that Wyoming is that naturally beautiful.
Wyoming Gets Nicest Compliment Ever For Being Worst State for Music Lovers
When you're the worst at something, you never expect to receive any sort of compliment, unless of course someone says, "Hey, that participation trophy looks great!" But imagine being listed as the worst state for American music lovers. In fact, you don't have to imagine, because it's a reality. Wyoming was listed as just that. However, what if you still received some pretty high praise given our dead last ranking? That's an interesting twist!
Cheyenne Frontier Days Ranks on List of Best Things to Do in U.S. This Summer
The unofficial start of summer is here as Memorial Day Weekend is upon us! Not only that, but we are now less than two months away from the start of Cheyenne Frontier Days and the excitement level grows as each day gets closer. But it's not just locals in and around Cheyenne and the rest of Wyoming that's looking forward to the Daddy of 'Em All, so is the rest of the country. Especially since it's one of the 'Best Things to Do in the U.S.A. This Summer.'
Wyoming State Parks Sponsors ‘Every Kid in a Park’ For 7th Year
As Memorial Day weekend is about to hit us in the face, which unofficially kicks off the summer, travel plans are certainly on everyone's mind, including the kids. So is the concept of hitting up one of Wyoming's fantastic state parks. For a 7th consecutive year, Wyoming State Parks is sponsoring 'Every Kid in a Park'.
Good News, Boomers! Wyoming is a Really Bad State for Millennials
Millennials tend to not have the reputation. Every time something goes wrong, it seems like people want to blame the Millennials. And I'm not just saying that because I am one. Older generations like to stick us with the bill at the slightest inconvenience (metaphorically). It's as if the older generations don't realize there are generations after us (Millennials are born between 1981 and 1996). So maybe Boomers will be relieved to know that Wyoming has turned out to be a really bad state for Millennials.
Wyoming TikToker Shows How to Show School Pride with Cowboy Cookies
Given the fact that there are only so many of us in the Cowboy State, it's always important to show of your Wyoming pride when you can. And especially for all University of Cowboys fans, there's never a wrong way to show off your school pride. So how about one more way, like learning how to make 'Cowboy Cookies'.