I thoroughly enjoy living here in our Golden Triangle. Life here on the Hi-Line seems "just right". I do think that when asked to name Montana's most colorful city, I'd have to say that the old mining city, Butte, takes that honor
That's what the late Charlie Russell said about the "little woman", Nancy Cooper Russell & we're currently enjoying a book about Charlie & the missus up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. I'll b
Today is Tuesday, & that means it's "Montana History" reading this evening at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. I'll be there at six to continue with the book we're currently enjoying, "Behind Every Man-The Story of Nancy Cooper Russell", Charlie's wife AND boss! Joan Stauffer, who's performed her one-woman stage presentation of the life & times of Nancy Cooper Russell more than a hundred times before enthusiastic audiences across the country, has penned quite an engaging tome. Nancy &
Make that "weird" with a capital W! Ripley's gigantic new book, "Ripley's Believe It or Not-Download The Weird" was just released the 12th of THIS month, & Monday afternoon at 4:35, I'll talk to one of my favorite (& most weird) guests, Edward Meyer. Edward
She's Monica Lewis, the diminutive, dimpled singer & actress. Stylish she was! Monica was the wife of one of Hollywood's legendary studio chiefs-the late Jennings Lang. In her book (available from Cable Publishing, www.cab
Celebrated national author Christy Leskovar will be joining me this afternoon (Thursday) at 4:35 on the Puffman Show. I met this Butte native some year back when she was giving a presentation at the Conrad Library on her 1st book, "One Night in a Bad Inn"
I'm heading back to the Marias Heritage Center this evening (Tuesday) for more "Montana History" reading at 6 o'clock. I'm looking forward to it this week more than ever...I missed last week when I was back east
If you dig jazz, you'll dig "Joined At The Hip". This fascinating read by Jay Goetting keeps the beat from beginning to finish. From the early days through Prohibition & the swing era, then to bebop & beyond, Jay's tome is the story of jazz music, musicians, & venues in Minneapolis & St. Paul, Minnesot
If you want to impress your co-workers mention that this Friday will be a "blue moon", but don’t be surprised if the office know-it-all begs to differ. Turns out there are two definitions for this lunar rarity, and according to earthsky
Of course, it was Tuesday & I was reading "Montana History" up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. We're currently reading the Nancy Russell book, "Behind Every Man". I always hope the members of my reading group are enjoying this Montana history as much as I am. I
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