Friday, December 30, 2011

"Wyoming till I die"

New Year's resolution brought me back to this page after a year and change.

I am currently writing at the Wyoming Tribune Eagle in Cheyenne as their general assignment reporter.

As you can see this space hasn't been used in sometime and the formatting is all off, but feel free to take a look at what was, at it's heart, a very fun time in my writing career.

Josh Rhoten

P.S. Excuse they typos as well. Life is hard when you are a young writer with no editor and only a couple hundred people reading your stuff day to day.

Tuesday, December 01, 2009

New town, new places

I recently moved to Wyoming to fallow a career in Journalism.

Not that I have posted on this recently but for any of you straglers that want to fallow my stuff you should go to either: or if you want the local flavor of Buffalo Wyoming go to


Thursday, April 30, 2009

Tim Barry

Friday, April 10, 2009

Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band

HEY! Tonight Conor Oberst is in town at the Ogden! His new project is the Mystic Valley Band and it is quite delightful. Mixing the lyrics of Bright eyes with the easy feel of a Bob Dylan album and a dusty sun dried road, it is all i listened to during my last trip to the south west.

They are on tour for a few reasons, one of which is to promote a film called "One of A Kind", which documents the formation of the band. The movie is completlty free with the hope you donate to some charitys instead.

If you fallow that link you can also get a new song from him for cheep (read as free).

Ill see you at the show!

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Saturday, April 04, 2009

Chief Noc-A-Homa

"Chief Noc-A-Homa was the original mascot of the Milwaukee and Atlanta Braves from 1950s until 1986. The name was used for the "screaming Indian" sleeve patch worn on Braves jerseys. From at least the early 1960s, while still in Milwaukee County Stadium, until the early 1980s at Atlanta's Fulton County Stadium, this mascot "lived" in a tipi in an unoccupied section of the bleacher seats...The name was intended to be a playful variation of "Knock a Homer." The mascot's job was to exit his tipi and perform a dance whenever a Braves player would hit a home run."--Wiki

Wow that is quite possibly the strangest and most racist thing I have ever seen in my life. Here i was thinking the tomahawk thing they did was bad.

Autobiography of a Nation (live).mp3-Thursday

Monday, March 30, 2009

David Bazan

I got mine, and apparently there are only like 80 left.

See you there.

Harmless Sparks.mp3


Friday, March 27, 2009

oh, thats theory.

Hey, I forgot! Thursdays and the insuing fridays are for finding old friends.

How about a little Modest Mouse.

Also, If anyone knows how to get some Ugly Cassinova tracks i would be very thankful.

Breakthrough.mp3 -

"This is a Long Drive For Someone with Nothing to Think About"