Where is it? Take Blue Creek Road south 13 miles out of Billings then turn southwest onto Pryor Road for another 13 miles and watch for signs.
Magic City Blues is celebrating its 13th year with shows over four days at three venues.
Huey Lewis is not simply known as a hit maker from the 1980s, but as a pop culture icon.
Friday, August 1, 2 p.m.: Topsy Chapman and the Jim Cullum Jazz Band explore the feminine mystique through the songs of sophisticated ladies and red-hot mammas on “Riverwalk Jazz.”
Seventy-five years have gone by since Judy Garland tucked Toto under her arm and headed for Oz.
The Red Ants Pants Festival last week near White Sulphur Springs drew thousands of music fans to a mowed field. Among the record crowd were 600 children ages 12 and younger who came with their parents and two women over 90 years old who turne…
Former Billings resident Robert Elder is bringing his latest book, “The Film That Changed My Life,” to the Babcock Theatre on Sunday for a reading.
The Montana Dance Center, 131 Moore Lane, is holding its fall open house from 4 to 7 p.m. on Aug. 14.
Photographer Ken Jarecke is holding a one-night sale of his prints on Friday at Bin 119.
A cabaret featuring mother and daughter, Susan and Amber Sommerfeld, and featuring accompanist Kathy Honaker will be performed Sunday, Aug. 3 at 7:30 p.m. at NOVA Center for the Performing Arts, 2317 Montana Ave.
Midsummer Miniature Show at Q's Art & Framing, 1511 Sixth Ave. N., opens Thursday with a reception from 5 to 9 p.m.
Billings band Repeat Offenders is ready to light up ears with three shows.
After a free preview Friday during ArtWalk, “The Tug of War” will be fully staged at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Billings Open Studio, 2814 Second Ave. N.