Monday, our nation will remember the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. And while all who have served displayed courage and valor, some extraordinary men went above and beyond the call of duty
I just got back from my first visit to Washington DC. What an awesome town. If you've never been to our nation's capital, you owe it to yourself to go at least once. The entire city is poignant reminder that, in spite of the vitriol, we are lucky to live in a democracy, with checks in balances in place to assure that no one person or group can hoard the power
Movoto.com, a real estate website, just released a new blog titled "50 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Montana". Although, you probably do know some of these obscure facts, there are some good ones on their list
When Brad Halsten opened up the Burger Dive in downtown Billings a few years ago, he noticed some strange things. After paranormal experts confirmed his suspicions, he investigated the history of the building on 27th Street
Mike LaCoss spent 14 years in the majors with the Reds, Royals, Astros and Giants. But before he made it the show, he started out with the Billings Mustangs. We recently had the chance to catch up with Mike, who now lives in California and runs a great website called iBaseballChannel.com
Unless you work for the federal government, chances are you'll be working on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Despite the fact it was officially recognized as a national holiday nearly three decades only, only 33% of employers r
This Thursday marks the 30th anniversary of the classic Van Halen album 1984. Has it really been 3 decades since Diamond Dave reached down between his legs and eased the seat back? These days, when we "Jump", we might hurt ourselves
These storys on Erick Clapton are quite interesting. I enjoy them and I hope that you do too. This is part two and next week I will give the next in the series. If you are a guitar player or not these are great peaces if you are into music
Maybe I’m wrong, or misremembering, but didn’t there used to be a ton of bands that played shows in this town? When I moved from Billings to Seattle in ’99 there seemed to me to be a wealth of options if I wanted to go see a show here. I move back in 2010 and there’s nothing. What happened to all the music?
Ah nostalgia. The times, they were different back then. The Grunge scene, both extremely popular and some would argue innovative, had been pushed back underground by ’97. Heavily marketed Pop stars and boy bands were starting to get heavy rotations on radio stations and MTV, seemingly slugging it out with the Ska-influenced Rock bands at the time
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