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Show and tell: Our July/Aug. events calendar
It’s prime festival time all across the U.S. In Montana, that means there are more than a few awesome weekends of fun coming up. We compiled a set of great Montana festival in our Show and Tell Events Calendar for July and August. We even previewed a couple in our stories (here and here). Check it out – and if you make it to one or more, send us your […]
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Beautiful Connection: An intimate glimpse of the Crow Nation
Photography of Erika Haight Erika Haight is often asked why she makes her photographs – including a sweeping set of portraits of people from Montana’s Crow Nation – in black and white. In a world full of Instagram filtered and digitally altered images exploding with colors, Haight’s answer is simple. “You actually are forced to see the person,” she said. The Montana native and Roundup resident has long photographed Western […]
The Sherburne family creates home away from home for Glacier guests
Updated Depot: Historic Billings Depot thriving as events center
Red Ants Pants Music Festival quickly becoming a Montana summertime favorite
Berry lovers find paradise in ‘Huckleberry Capitol of the Montana’
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Love Letters to Montana
Submitted by Amy Engbretson May and it’s a full moon night. We pull 9in with the trailer loaded, all the way from Ohio. We’ve been married for a week. Under the great blue sky, the love of my life has spent four months building a house. The first dirt has moved while we were both there, dreaming as new lovers do about our life together. Before that, before we disturbed […]
Montana Book Review: Bookshelf gems
By Doug Mitchell A pair of outside-the-box mysteries by a veteran writer and local newcomer. The story of one man’s lifelong quest to find Sasquatch – who ran off with his mom. A superhero picture book perfect for bedtime, the story of a boxing warrior, a historical look at Montana roadways and great gardening tips. Montana Magazine contributor Doug Mitchell reviews a versatile set of books that should be on […]