The residents of Helena's Rodney Street area refuse to be defined by a statement of blight, and The Myrna Loy has launched a 12-month artist r…
Former Helena city commissioner, educator and arts advocate Ed Noonan died Monday at age 70.
What other nuggets must there be from towns across Montana, large and small, thriving or shrinking? Who are the Treasure State’s other Larry Duffs?
Garrett Oljar is living proof that Helena's Project for Alternative Learning works.
The Myrna Loy’s Jailhouse Gallery this month features oil paintings by Andy White that explore Montana's landscapes and scenery, and the artis…
The Myrna Loy promises a production of “Jesus Christ Superstar” that “will be like no other version people have seen” at 7:30 p.m. through April 20.
Join a light-hearted celebration of America’s immigrant story, the resettlement of refugees in Montana, and World Montana’s continued hosting …
The Myrna Loy rolls out its first Brew & View of the new year -- the Coen Brothers’ cult classic, “Fargo,” 7:30 p.m. tonight, Jan. 24.
The Myrna Loy rolls out its first Brew & View of the new year -- the Coen Brothers’ cult classic, “Fargo,” 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24.
When actress Myrna Loy visited her hometown of Helena in 1981, her second cousin, Jim Williams, chauffeured the Hollywood star and her biograp…
Raku and porcelain pots.
Thursday night is a homecoming for Max Hatt and Edda Glass.
We are reminded early on that just because a man is blind doesn’t make him a saint.
Helena audiences get two very special treats Aug. 16 and 17.