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Athin strip of light in Russell Chatham’s work “Fall Twilight” drew 20 fourth-graders to the large oil painting last week at the Yellowstone Art Museum.
The last time the Morning Star Marimba Band from Lame Deer Junior High performed in public, the crowd held just a few more dignitaries than the ones gathered Sunday at the Yellowstone Art Museum.
For every parent who dreads the first squawks from a fifth-grader’s trumpet, there's a proud parent whose kid made honor band or stayed in school because music mattered.
After taking some time to study at the Art Institute of Chicago after graduating from Central High in 2013, Robinson is back in Billings — and painting fervently. This piece is titled “Yuri.”
Artist Chance Robinson has been working on what he calls “my reinterpetation of the West,” with newly created depictions of bison and horses.
For many, a holiday season isn’t complete without watching Jimmy Stewart as the small-town hero in the classic film, “It’s a Wonderful Life.”
A new title for Billings proves what many residents already knew — Billings brews great beer.
Magic City Blues is partnering with Montana Brewing Co. to present the Last Best Country Fest on July 10 and 11 at South Park.
If she weren’t so cheeky, Mary Poppins could be dismissed as a goody two shoes, too perfect to be relatable.
It’s still dark outside at Riverside Middle School when three dozen students enter the back door near the gym.
With a pitch so true and a sound so precise, the King’s Singers have become one of the most celebrated vocal ensembles since the six-man group was founded in 1968.
Her eyes were piercing and her hands were weathered from standing in the freezing cold to paint or feed cattle.
Twirling ballerinas and cavaliers leaped in front of man-size candy canes and slices of cake large enough to fill a VW at the Alberta Bair Theater. “The Nutcracker” fulfilled its annual promise of serving the sweetest of treats without the calories.
It takes a musician to put together a sound and light system to make the performers look and sound good, a businessman to keep a music promotion business running smoothly for more than a decade, and a music fan to carve out a venue that suits the audience.
The Pub Station will not open Tuesday and the live show, featuring soul singer Har Mar Superstar and The Pizza Underground featuring former child actor Macaulay Culkin, has been moved to the Railyard Ale House.
Of all the holiday traditions in Billings, the annual performances of “The Nutcracker” top the list for many families.
What country musician Jason DeShaw didn’t know about himself almost killed him four years ago.
Justin Moore is coming to Billings to perform at MetraPark’s Rimrock Auto Arena at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday night. He also plays the Adams Center in Missoula on Sunday.
Ted Waddell will tell you that for many years his cattle paid for his art. When the situation flipped and his raw paintings began to pay for feeding his cattle, it never changed Waddell.
You might cringe at your friend’s Facebook photo. Daniel Charon might choreograph a dance piece about it.
Raising voices in song is a way to keep the memory of Ashli Kae Brown alive.
The old Styx lineup is gone, but former lead vocalist and one of the band’s primary songwriters, Dennis DeYoung, is still singing hits like “Babe” and “Lady,” with an amazingly strong tenor for a 67-year-old.
Elliott Eaton takes a break from creating artwork to give a pet to studio dog Annie.
Elliott Eaton works on a Santa drawing in his studio below the Rims in Billings. Eaton created the space from an old mechanic’s garage.
To say that Joe Mutchler has settled in over at Rocky Mountain College is an understatement of impressive proportions.
Back in the 1970s, Elliott Eaton and his late father converted a sandstone block icehouse in Park City into an art studio.
Internationally acclaimed artist Deborah Butterfield has done more to bring attention to art in Montana than any other Montana artist since C.M. Russell.
Remember Tom Green — the comedian who wrote and starred in “Freddy Got Fingered” and was married to Drew Barrymore for a year?
What’s black and white and Verdi all over?
Former Missoulian reporter Gwen Florio said it took her 20 years from the time she first published a short story to publish her first novel.
Billings opera fans will get a treat next week with the staging of “La Traviata” at the Alberta Bair Theater.
The Moss Mansion has stepped up its Halloween-themed activities in recent years, and why not? The historic house has features that lend itself to the holiday.
Halloween-season visitors will see the Moss Mansion transformed into ‘the Bender Inn,” hearing tales of the murderous family’s horrifying spree.
Billings’ own Roller Derby Dames Vaness Browning (Erin Go Brawl) and Cheryl Leggett (Hemotomama) will help out at this year’s Haunted House Maze at the Moss Mansion as volunteer ‘scarers.’
Visitors during the Halloween season will see the Moss Mansion transformed into ‘The Bender Inn,” hearing tales of the murderous family killing guests at the dinner table and hiding their loot in the cellar.
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.
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.
The late Grass Range artist Bill Stockton called himself a lone wolf in a 1970s interview because he hadn’t read an art magazine in 15 years and “had nothing to do with the art world.”
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National Book Award-winning author Sherman Alexie doesn’t mind bothering people. He likes stirring up what he describes as “small-town, white conservatives.”
Be playful and curious — or, in other words, act like a kid.
Tasey talks about her photography at the PIY exhibit at Rocky Mountain College, where she won several awards.
If there are two things the Northern Hotel’s new chef Tim Freeman knows, it’s babies and fine cuisine.
Wendy Carlin, director of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” couldn’t resist another round of the musical comedy.
Molt artist Tracy Linder’s home and studio are six miles from the nearest paved road, and a passing vehicle is a rarity.
St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation president and CEO Dave Irion is proud of the way the younger generation is rallying behind community causes, including Tuxedos & Tiaras: Saints 2014.
Linder looks at the resin wings in her series “Wings,” which were styled after pigeons’ wings.
Molt artist Tracy Linder looks at a clay newborn calf in her Molt studio that will soon be cast in bronze.
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.