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Tony-nominated playwright and actor John Cariani almost never allows a play-in-progress to be performed, but he made an exception for Gerry Roe and his students at Rocky Mountain College.
Young Billings filmmaker Alex Laas found out how film changes lives.
Former Montana artist Molly Murphy-Adams once described humor as tragedy survived.
The Billings Symphony Orchestra concert was big Saturday night.
Anne Harrigan has held good on her promise from the very beginning to pair great visual imagery with symphonic masterpieces.
Lily Kershaw is perky for such an old soul.
Peggy Hough, Rainbow House clinical coordinator, helps hang artwork for a show opening at Q’s Art Shop and Gallery on Sept. 25 to benefit the Mental Health Center.
A table display at Q’s contains items included in the art show benefiting the Mental Health Center.
The sledgehammers will start swinging Saturday in a community effort to convert a former downtown bowling alley into an independent movie house.
The insight into relationships is so accurate in “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” it feels like playwright Christopher Durang has been spying on families for years.
For all the recent praise for morphing rockabilly with metal and writing songs with melody and meaning, Volbeat’s front man Michael Poulsen is remarkably down to earth.
Billings native Chad Gerber is a singer,songwriter and guitarist. But you might not realize that when you see him play live Saturday night at the Montana Made Music & Arts Festival in Shepherd.
Billings teacher and artist Edith Freeman is remembered as a gracious lady with talented hands.
From the tiny barbershop near Pemberton Lane on the north to the sprawling MetraPark complex on the south, Main Street in the Heights is often seen as a blur by up to 49,000 motorists a day.
No one could have predicted the comedic power of two coconut shells banging together.
A new series of sculpted women’s faces, created by Cornelia over the last year, receive seven to 10 layers of acrylic paint and patina to add depth to their features.
Cornelia’s neighbors in Sidney raise Belgium draft horses and these two often stop to watch the sunset from a hill in their pasture. Cornelia’s large oil painting is part of a new show at Catherine Louisa Gallery in Billings.
One of the challenges for Liz Harding on Friday was how to scatter a bag of LEGOs to look like the inside of a man’s chest spilling out.
Twenty dancers, instructors and a few parents involved with The Dance Factory performed a number from "Flashdance," and then dumped buckets of ice water on themselves for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on Monday. Dance Factory owner Tina Hirchkorn said everybody thought her dancers would perfo…
Twenty dancers, instructors and a few parents involved with The Dance Factory performed a number from "Flash Dance," and then dumped buckets of ice water on themselves for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on Monday. Dance Factory owner Tina Hirchkorn said everybody thought her dancers would perf…
Behind the statistics about teenage pregnancy are the young women who face this life-challenging situation, sometimes alone and almost always judged.
Just after World War II, the first murals went up at Senior High.
Writing, art, music. Arts Without Boundaries lives up to its name by providing assistance in all areas of the arts.
Longtime Montana State University Billings English professor Sue Hart, admired for her sharp eye and ability to bring people together, died Monday morning in Livingston. She was 78.
When Billings artist Jon Lodge speaks, a different language flows through him.
Before “American Idol” was trolling for young talent, there was LeAnn Rimes, the 13-year-old Mississippi girl with the Patsy Cline-sized voice.
Lindsey Jacobsen has been part of Billings’ singer-songwriter contingent for a number of years now, but these days she’s found the right vehicle for her talents with Broken Bow, the Americana band she’s put together with Brian Bondietti, Bill Dickman and Clinton Gramza, from left.
Lindsey Jacobsen has been part of Billings’ singer-songwriter contingent for a number of years now, but these days she’s found the right vehicle for her talents with Broken Bow, the Americana band she’s put together with lead guitarist Brian Bondietti, bassist Bill Dickman and drummer Clinto…
Aunt Bonnie’s Books & Gifts, downtown Helena
Peggy and Joel Gargaro celebrated the 10th anniversary of their coffee shop, Rock Creek Coffee Roasters, on Monday by serving — what else? — coffee and dessert to about 100 people.
Rock Creek Coffee Roasters manager Matt Pipinich, above, makes coffee at the downtown coffee shop’s new pour-over coffee bar during the 10th anniversary party. At left, owners Peggy and Joel Gargaro. celebrated the milestone on Monday by serving — what else? — coffee and dessert to about 100…
Goodies from Harper & Madison and Velvet Cravings, including coffee-cup cake pops, were part of the celebration Monday for Rock Creek Coffee’s 10th anniversary.
Things are buzzing over at the Audubon Conservation Education Center and it’s not just the flying insects.
It took 10 kids to beat Magic City Blues founder Tim Goodridge and his teammate Erin Hatzell of Cape Air at tug of war.
Finding a dozen unique local restaurants to feature at the Trailhead Brew & Chew was simpler this year.
Visitors watch the sun set over Flathead Lake at Wayfarers State Park last week. Of Flathead’s seven state parks, Wayfarers is the most popular, receiving 112,000 people a year.
Canyon Ferry Lake is the largest of the chain lakes on the Missouri River near Helena.
The backcountry campsite at Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park only has two campsites that fit up to four tents. The view of the lake and the mountain peaks is stunning and the fireweed around the site is chest-high.
Lake Elmo has its charms.
Bring your poem, bring your cash or just come ready for stories.
“Persephone Post Industrial,” a glass and metal piece by Billings artist Brian Scott is part of the Bozeman Sculpture Park.
From left, Danny Kraus’ 2011 work in stone and metal, “Three Ancient Harmonies,” and “Persephone Post Industrial,” a glass and metal piece by Billings artist Brian Scott, are part of the Bozeman Sculpture Park.
When Bently Spang pulls on the gold jumpsuit and white platform shoes to become “Indian of the Future,” it’s hard to understand his ancestors’ influence on the Northern Cheyenne artist.
Join The Billings Gazette in this series of places to stop along the way in Montana.
Jim and Heidi Duncan beam from their floor seats prior to Paul McCartney taking the stage for Tuesday’s concert at Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula. “It was bumper to bumper coming up from Billings,” Jim Duncan said.
Linda Gardner, of Alberton, shows off her sign before Paul McCartney’s concert at Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula.
Dressed in Beatles T-shirts, A.J. Miller and Mikayla Kovash, of Billings, hang out at a pre-concert party with other McCartney fans in Missoula’s Caras Park.
Train’s lead singer Pat Monahan said the new LP, “Bulletproof Picasso,” is a celebration of the band dodging bullets since 1994.
There were many surreal moments during the 2-1/2-hour concert Tuesday by Paul McCartney at the Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula.
For two days this month, thousands of people will enjoy an afternoon in South Park, perhaps for the first time.