On The Hi-Line: Volume 1

by Amy Pearson One of the phrases I heard most often while interviewing a handful of musicians from Montana’s Hi-Line this summer is that there is a lot of talent out there. Peyton Cole, a young [...]

Fairfield Paints Their History

by Amy Pearson One day the owner of The Fairfield Sun Times, Darryl Flowers was standing near the front of his building on Central Avenue looking at the blank walls in town when it occurred to [...]

Hit The Montana Bookstore Trail

by Amy Pearson According to a Publishers Weekly article in 2013, Montana has more bookstores per capita than any other state. It has also been noted that Montana has more breweries per capita [...]

Act Normal Theatre

by Amy Pearson Tianta Stevens remembers the first play she was cast in as a kid. She was playing Igor in a 4th grade production of Frankenstein when she got sick the morning of the performance [...]

IL MAESTRO! at the Paris Gibson Square

by Amy Pearson The Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art in Great Falls is presenting a special exhibition called IL MAESTRO! Works by Morton Levin: A Centennial Celebration, from June through [...]

Townsend Fall Fest

September 29-October 1, 2023 Each year, thousands of people converge on the small lake community of Townsend for an autumn celebration unlike any other in the state. A gigantic sandpile is filled [...]

Going Wild in Glasgow

Visit Glasgow from the west and you’ll be met with a metal menagerie. It’s impossible to miss; a whole hillside of animal sculptures welcomes you to town. Less obvious is the animal attraction at [...]

River’s Edge Trail

By Amy Pearson One of Montana’s most stunning and accessible landscapes sits right along the banks of the Missouri River in Great Falls. In 1989, the River’s Edge Trail was just an idea, but ever [...]