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Top 10 Best High School Mascots In Montana
Chances are, unless you were homeschooled, you remember your High School Mascot. I was a Tiger, which didn't make a whole lot of sense when you take into consideration that not only are Tigers not native to the United States, but the vast majority of them here in the country are found in zoos. Needless to say, I still have my black and gold Letterman's jacket as a proud member of the Class of 1992.
Experience Holiday Magic at This Spectacular Montana Event
A small town in Montana is preparing for its annual holiday celebrations, and one event has become more popular every year. To be honest, there isn't anything quite like it in the rest of the state. If you want to experience a one-of-a-kind Christmas celebration in Montana, you have to see it for yourself.
Popular Montana Burger Joint Makes The “Best List” In The Nation
Montana is known for a lot of things. It's beauty, the mountains, National Parks, outdoor life, and beef. In a state with more cattle than people, you would be hard-pressed to find beef better than what we have here in The Treasure State. All across Montana you will find wonderful steak houses and different restaurants that highlight delicious cuts of beef raised right here in Big Sky Country, so it shouldn't be a big surprise that we're getting some national recognition.
How Festive Is Montana? See What This Surprising New Survey Says
For many people Christmas is easily their favorite holiday. I'll admit, I like Christmas, but I wouldn't put it as my favorite holiday. I do like the holiday specials, I enjoy getting just the perfect gift for my friends and family, and I love the food. It's just the pressure around it all that makes me say "Bah Humbug."
With Luck, Southern MT Could Get 8″ Of Fantastic New Snow
After temperatures in the mid 50s this week, the southern mountains of Montana could get a welcomed blast of fresh snow by Friday night. The only downer is that significant winds will probably accompany this new storm front, so back country adventurists need to use caution. As of this writing,...
What You Need To Know To Cut Your Own Montana Christmas Tree
I LOVE Christmas! I also love the smell of real pine filling the air of my home as I get prepared to decorate the tree. We had real and fake Christmas trees growing up, but there is just something about a real tree that makes me get into the Holiday spirit. This year, we will venture out into the wild and pick the perfect tree and cut it down ourselves.
Montana’s Popular Holiday Gift Has A New Selling Spot
I was recently shopping at a local business here in Bozeman and as I was leaving I saw something that I wasn't really expecting but I also don't know exactly how I feel about it. And, this isn't the first time I have seen this. I guess I am wondering how you all feel about it.
How Jelly Roll Nearly Brawled With Rock Duo the Black Keys in Nashville
While Jelly Roll may seem like a genuinely nice guy, that didn't stop one rock act from backing down from a potential brawl with the popular artist. How Jelly Roll and the Black Keys Almost Fought Each Other. The Black Keys recently sat down for an interview with Audacy.com ahead...
5 ‘New Truths’ About Bozeman That Were Never True Before
Heraclitus must have had Montana in mind when he wrote, "everything changes and nothing remains still; and you cannot step twice into the same stream." Sounds about right, especially if you've lived in and around Bozeman for at least 20 years. As with anywhere, the longer you've been in Bozeman,...
Red Hot Chili Peppers Cancel Holiday Performance Due to Band Member Injury
On Tuesday (Dec. 5), Red Hot Chili Peppers said in a statement they were withdrawing from their scheduled performance at this weekend's 32nd Annual KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas on Saturday (Dec. 9) at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles due to an injury to a band member. They did not...
Warren Haynes Reveals Phil Lesh’s Post-Grateful Dead Rule
Guitarist Warren Haynes has revealed the rule Phil Lesh established following the demise of the Grateful Dead. Following the death of Jerry Garcia in 1995, surviving members of the Grateful Dead decided to retire the band. They still toured and performed the group’s material under various names, including a rotating assembly of musicians known as Phil Lesh and Friends.
39 Years Ago: Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson Record ‘Highwayman’
Talk about an anniversary to remember! Thirty-nine years ago today (Dec. 6, 1984), four of country music's reigning superstars -- Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson -- convened to record "Highwayman," a single that sparked an entire album, their name as a quartet and more than a decade of performing together.
Do You Know These Montana People In New Found Footage Photos?
Perhaps you may be able to help solve a mystery. Okay, maybe that's a bit dramatic, but you could still help out someone looking for help. I was scrolling through Reddit recently and came across an interesting post that I wanted to get a few more eyeballs on. It seems...
Montana’s Top 10 Places To Retire Are Very Interesting
Everyone would like their patch of land to retire and enjoy the scenery, but you should check this out if you want to afford it. Many folks wonder if they will ever be able to retire when they reach a certain age. That's the dream for many of us. With inflation, housing prices, and interest rates rising, acquiring a piece of this beautiful land is becoming difficult.
62 Women Who Broke Barriers in the Music Industry
The music industry is dominated by powerful women, whether that be the record-breaking albums coming from acts like Taylor Swift or glass-ceiling-shattering boardroom executives. Of course, the music industry was not always so welcoming to women recording artists. In the early 20th century, many women were barred from performing in certain venues. Others faced discrimination on the road, radio, and from record label executives and fellow male artists.
Surprised? Montana Ranks Top 2 For This In America
To finish high on any ranked list can be impressive, but who knew Montana would be almost number one?. Anytime a ranking list comes out, it's subjective and sometimes brutally wrong. The only time lists can get it right is when it comes to the most beautiful places in America. Montana will always land high on those lists because we have some of the best natural beauty in America.
Meta to Disconnect Key Facebook Messenger Feature For Some Users
Meta has announced plans to change a feature that will affect how users communicate across its platforms including Facebook and Instagram. Meta currently allows users message each other regardless of the platform they are using that is under the company's umbrella. For example, a Facebook user could see a message from Instagram without opening a second app.
It’s Here! Under the Big Sky Festival Reveals Massive 2024 Lineup
One of the biggest music festivals in Montana just released an incredible lineup for 2024. If you're a fan of Country and Americana music, you won't want to miss it. Check out the amazing lineup. The Under the Big Sky Festival hasn't been around for long, but in a few...
23andMe Data Hack: How to Find Out If Your DNA-Related Information Was Stolen
Are you registered with 23andMe? If so, your DNA-related information might be compromised. Fast Company reports an October data breach has impacted 6.9 million 23andMe users — nearly half of the entire user base for the popular online DNA and genetic testing registry. According to documents filed by the...
Paul McCartney Pays Tribute to ‘Great Talent’ Denny Laine
Paul McCartney has posted a personal tribute to Moody Blues and Wings co-founder Denny Laine, who died Tuesday at the age of 79. “I am very saddened to hear that my ex-bandmate, Denny Laine, has died,” McCartney wrote on social media. “I have many fond memories of my time with Denny: from the early days when the Beatles toured with the Moody Blues. Our two bands had a lot of respect for each other and a lot of fun together.”
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