Billings opera fans will get a treat next week with the staging of “La Traviata” at the Alberta Bair Theater.
The three-story Moss Mansion, with its dark windows and castlelike appearance, doesn’t have to do much to look spooky.
The Billings Pops Orchestra is presenting a fall concert in the community room at the Billings Public Library on Thursday starting at 7:30 p.m.
Editor’s note: Features and show times are subject to change without notice. Carmike Cinemas in Billings (Shiloh 14 and Wynnsong 10) also offers a movie line at 255-7676 and real-time updates are available online at fandango.com. Vue and Brew…
Friday, Oct. 24, 8 p.m.: Two nationally known rock critics examine the latest news in popular music with commentary, interviews and performance on “Sound Opinions.”
Masturbation, alarm-clock sex, and a multicultural Pendleton bunny were among the topics award-winning author Sherman Alexie covered Thursday during a public talk at Rocky Mountain College.
What do you call two clarinets, three saxophones of various sizes, a horn, a trumpet, and a piano? That would be the variety of instruments to be played on Sunday at 3 p.m. when the Yellowstone Chamber Players perform at Cisel Hall at Montana…
Here is a roundup of Halloween events happening in the Billings area:
Red Lodge attorney Lynn Boughey came up with a novel way to delve more deeply into the Harry Potter series, which he began reading with his daughters when they were toddlers.
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?”