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Safe, traditional western art dominates our local market, leaving little to no opportunity for “outsider” or contemporary... MORE
The Open Space Program I: March 3, 5, and 7 at 7:30P Program II: March 4 and 6 at 7:30P; March 7 at 2P Dance New Works... MORE
Masquer Theatre A layered and lyrical play about love, loss, national identity, and the sublimation forced on individuals by... MORE
Kyle Ploehn is an artist, illustrator and writer living in Billings Montana. He likes to spend the few hours he isn't painting hiking the mountains of Montana. Fading is the second painting from the lost buffalo series, in which I explore the tragic tale of the great american buffalo and their... MORE
SuzAnne Miller is the owner of Dunrovin Ranch. A fourth-generation Montanan, SuzAnne grew up roaming the mountains and fishing the streams of western Montana. Fresh out of high school, SuzAnne became one of the first women to “man” a Forest Service fire lookout by herself. Beginnings do not always... MORE
Toothbrush Altercation; Mystery Tires; Long Story; Neighbor Back From the Dead; Diaper Bag Blocks Traffic;
Police Report from The Flathead 7:16 p.m. A sibling argument over a toothbrush was overheard during an accidental, or not so... MORE
The universe may seem a terrifying vastness with hundreds of billions of stars, but Neil deGrasse Tyson makes it all feel a... MORE
On a Thursday morning in the heat of July 2007, I packed my cowboy boots and set out for Madison County’s beautiful Ruby valley. The challenge to live in the West as it was—and still is—drew me to...
From her top floor attic/studio window Jennifer Lowe watches magpies swooping through dangled limbs, and keeps an eye on the changing seasons’ set against a mountainous backdrop. Before she can start...
Our guide saw it first: a hunk of silvery hair caught in the bark of the tall spruce where our food, toiletries, and everything else with a fragrance that might attract a bear had been hung the...