Tanya Weinreis serves coffee to longtime customers Leigh and T.J. Smith at her new Mountain Mudd kiosk at 606 Bench Blvd. Leigh Smith has been her first customer at two other coffee stands she’s opened in the past decade.
Tanya Weinreis, wearing a Mountain Mudd fleece vest, is surrounded by family members, from left, grandmother Ann Lawrence, mother Peggy Ennenga and Tanya’s husband, Shane, at her new Mountain Mudd kiosk at 606 Bench Boulevard.
Skateboards are still taboo. But patrons of the Billings Public Library that opened on Monday can eat and drink, within reason, in the modernistic building.
Tanya Weinreis and her husband, Shane Weinreis, have opened a second location of their Sweet Cafe in the Billings Public Library, a first for the library.
The Bakken shale oil boom in western North Dakota and Eastern Montana could help make the United States the top oil-producing nation in the world, surpassing even Russia, in second place now, and the current leader, Saudi Arabia.
After teaching diving for two decades and running a nonprofit, Shane Weinreis and his wife, Tanya, decided to open their own scuba shop.
It seems 74 is the new 50.