Playwright Norm Foster is often called the Canadian Neil Simon because his works get to the heart and humor of what it is to be human.
As part of Alberta Bair Theater’s Valley Federal Credit Union Student Matinee Series, Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia brings to life Eric Carle’s story, "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" on Nov. 7 at 12:30 p.m.
Jason Boland and The Stragglers, with special guest Cody Canada, are booked for a Jan. 12, 2015, all-ages show at the Pub Station, 2502 First Ave. N.
The Toucan Gallery, 2505 Montana Ave., is hosting “A Little Art Show” featuring 100 small works by regional artists.
How can you resist a band whose drummer calls their music “electro thunder funk?”
The Milwaukee-based band Field Report is playing the Pub Station on Nov. 23.
Comedy, Cocktails and Cuisine is the theme for Friday night’s fundraiser, The Benefit 2014, which helps Family Service, Inc.
You might need to get the dentist on speed-dial after celebrating Halloween-themed events in Billings for a whole week.
The Montana Mint is proud to bring to you the greatest books ever written about Montana.
The late Grass Range artist Bill Stockton called himself a lone wolf in a 1970s interview because he hadn’t read an art magazine in 15 years and “had nothing to do with the art world.”
“Karl Bodmer’s America Revisited: Landscape Views Across Time”
Fiction: "High and Inside," by Russell Rowland; "Let Him Go," by Larry Watson; "Songs of Willow Frost," by Jamie Ford
For Marty Chan, being Canadian doesn’t inform his writing.