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Montana work with national appeal: A Charlie Russell refresher
There’s a new book out about perhaps the most famous cowboy artist in U.S. history and the Yellowstone Art Museum that is home to a varied collection of Charlie Russell’s work and letters is celebrating it’s 50th anniversary. That gives a good excuse for us to take a look back at the life of Russell, who Billings Gazette reporter Jaci Webb describes in her recent piece about the icon as […]
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Treasure State Hidden Gem: Monture Cabin
Story and photos by BILL CUNNINGHAM Murphy’s Law had suddenly kicked into overdrive. My old friend, Al Luebeck, and I were cross country skiing north of the picturesque Monture Guard Station cabin – a beautifully restored vintage 1920s ranger station in the Blackfoot Valley that we rent from the U.S. Forest Service – when the baskets on my new ski poles continuously kept popping off, making the trek through the […]
Antique beacons remain lit across Montana’s skies
Riding the white Swan: Yurts providing skiers new places to stay
Community devotion to Missoula’s symphony remains strong
Woodpecker Men keep unique tradition alive in Ryegate
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Love Letters to Montana
A poem for the Big Sky State
Submitted by John Hartlieb, Whitefish Photo by John Harwood Photography VAH -YAY Always dreaming of a better life, one lifted by the soaring mountains capped eternally with snow in time and photos, I had to go. I believed those that came before me, drawn down the long road to the west. Fool I was, thinking I would find peace everlasting in the Montana. Who also the fool, bequeathing […]
Montana Book Reviews: Novels and nonfiction
By Doug Mitchell A complex novel that introduces readers to an interesting set of characters trying to solve the mystery surrounding the death of their family member and a tech-focused book that aims to predict the influence gadgets will have on our lives in the future. Montana Magazine contributor Doug Mitchell reviews a debut novel by a Billings author and a best seller by a very approachable professor. The […]