The Billings Public Library can't keep children's books on the shelves. Here are the most checked-out kids' books, in no particular order.
POWELL, Wyo. ─ Valerie Hemingway, daughter-in-law of Ernest Hemingway, will share her insights and memoir in Powell and Cody, Wyo., on March 4 and 5.
A mother upset by the selection of a young-adult novel that deals frankly with life on an American Indian reservation is asking School District 2 for a second time to remove the novel from its required reading list.
Senior High School Poetry Club members, from left, Ben Burdick, Kenny Painter and Kendra Anderson, will join the Poetry Out Loud competition in Helena on Saturday.
Deborah Horton, second from right, leads a meeting of the Senior High School Poetry Club before the start of regular classes on Wednesday.
More Gus, less gender bending. That’s the mantra to make Venture Theatre’s Black Box production of Shakespeare’s bloodiest and shortest tragedy even stronger.
Lorna Stremcha, author of "Lose the Baggage, Lose the Weight," will be signing copies of her book at the Billings Hastings on Saturday.
“Are you going to Pamplona? You have to go to Pamplona.”
The Montana State University Drama Committee and the Children’s Theatre is presenting “The Emperor’s New Clothes” March 29 through March 31 at Petro Theatre.
HELENA — Attorneys who accuse Greg Mortenson of defrauding readers in his best-selling "Three Cups of Tea" say his case is no different from that of James Frey, who admitted on the "Oprah Winfrey Show" that he lied in his memoir "A Million Little Pieces."
The Walking Dead Poetry Slam tonight at 2606 Montana Ave. is a mix of art, music, poetry, booze and food.
An anthology co-edited by Billings novelist Russell Rowland, called "West of 98: Living and Writing the New American West," is now available. It is published by the University of Texas Press.
High school graduation robes took on a second life as quickie costumes for dozens of teenagers at the debut early Friday morning of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2” at Shiloh 14.
Ivan Doig’s latest novel, “Work Song,” set in post-World War II Butte, is now available in paperback. The book, published by Riverhead, retails for $15.
A "Writing Café" is set for each Wednesday in July from 1 to 3 p.m. Each week will feature discussion about poetry, literature and language.
BOSTON — Best-selling author and philanthropist Greg Mortenson, hospitalized for heart surgery, canceled a scheduled appearance in Massachusetts, a group sponsoring the event says.
When Venture Theater's Robert Wood introduced "The Lieutenant of Inishmore" on opening night last Friday, he joked about something many theater folks may have already observed.