The Gallatin Art Crossing is home to many unique artists hailing from numerous Rocky Mountain towns. Dana Kuglin has been a contributor from early on in the installation and his pieces have become mainstays for the collection. ‘Against the Current’ has been in several locations across i
How do? This summer has had its share of righteous musical acts coming live and direct to your face at Music On Main, El Zebra and The Emerson. The brass presence has been particularly delightful with March Forth and so forth, which got your buddy Riley to thinking: brass music is just too damn awesome to ignore
What a glorious summer it has been. Just enough rain to keep it green and wonderful followed by balmy nights that crackle with fresh air. Biking in and around Bozeman, the summer breeze is undeniable in its allure and reminds me of a personal tirade that has been rattling about my skull since childhood
So, something that happens fairly often in this town is a mighty source of frustration to yours truly. I am speaking of course, about the nights when an incredible act rolls through town on a supposed "off night", Sunday for example
In our age of modern technology, it has become apparent that we will not know the robots are taking over until it is too late. Since no one seems to be too worried about the coming revolution we may as well enjoy it for the positive side of technotronic world dominati
YES my friends, oh yes. Anyone who shares my condition as a nerdy man-child is probably just as excited and fearful as I. Look back over the last six years and one thing is evident: we Transformer fans have had a mixed bag of wins and losses
Who does not love a little soul every now and then? Some of us listen to soul every day. As a heavy user myself, I prefer a constant drip directly to the vein around 20-22 hours a day. The new album by Raphael Saadiq, Stone Rollin' helps me
Some updating is needed for yesterday's post concerning Flood Aid 2011. It goes like this: June 25th at the Sacagawea bandshell in Livingston, MT. Music starts at 11 AM and goes through the day to 9 PM featuring t
So the waters are rising across the country, displacing communities and destroying property. None of us like this. But channeling our distaste for natural disasters into something positive is one of those unique human tricks separating us from the beasts and depraved
Book nerds rejoice, they have not yet become obsolete. Whilst languishing in my Sunday hangover I have the chance to finish a quite delightful read. When I say 'delightful' it must be noted that my personal taste has a tendency to be slightly morbid
So, when Summer finally arrives, we are going to need to cool the hell down. What could be more American than a good old fashioned dip? Ha ha, Chuck Norris jokes are officially old, smartass. I have collected our best spots for local dunking.
Oh my, how classy. On Tuesday this week there was a show of music at Peach Street Studios. Some might call it a performance. Sallie Ford and The Sound Outside played an intimate set promoting their new album Dirty Radio. Something like surf rockish-indie awesome is
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