I'd like to compliment The Billings Gazette for putting fine art on the front pages of the newspaper again. It's certainly a creative and enjoyable means of generating interest on a subjective subject and not just in the fine Friday Enjoy edition.
In response to Charlotte Trolinger’s letter on Aug. 11: Perspective is one-sided if you buy the occupiers' narrative. Ashkenazy Jews were grooming anywhere for a Jewish-only homeland since the late 1800s, and, after a few other opportunities to start a Jewish-only country, they zeroed in on …
As a Vietnam drafted combat veteran disabled during the Tet Offensive January-March 1968, I would not want to excoriate the bloody nightmares caused by the illegal, heinous, deliberate, rapacious actions of the U.S. State Department and the Pentagon on behalf of its citizens.
A Billings man who admitted to a reduced charge for killing a neighbor's cat has been sentenced.
Tonight's ArtWalk from 5 to 9 p.m. features Paul Whiting's black-and-white photographs of Billings at the Good Earth Market's Apple Gallery, a Valentine-themed show at Jens Gallery to benefit Angela's Piazza, and receptions and eats throughout the downtown galleries.
A Billings man accused of trapping and killing a neighbor's cat was charged Thursday in District Court with felony aggravated animal cruelty.
Downtown Billings will be decked out for the holidays Friday with a special ArtWalk, Christmas Stroll, and PechaKucha art happening above Ciao Mambo.