Cyndi sent me the following picture the other day:
She said, “I took this picture the other day before we got too much snow. This convertible was at some apartments on 8th Ave S. I couldn’t help but laugh.” And by the way, Cyndi is now open for business – and blogging – over at Hungry Horse Studio.
If you’d like to help make the community ice rink a reality, check this out: Read more
If you, like me, were disappointed when the movie “Sweeney Todd” didn’t make it to Great Falls when it premiered in the rest of the country last month, you can now rejoice: it’s playing at the Carmike theater! I saw it tonight, and it was absolutely amazing.
Some changes to the hours of operation at the gates to Malmstrom Air Force Base, effective last week: The 2nd Avenue North gate is now open 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. The 10th Avenue North gate will be open only Mondays through Fridays, from 6:00 am until 10:00 pm; it will be closed on weekends, holidays, and Air Force Space Command family days.
This hits close to home – Luke Clinger is a friend of my daughter’s. If you can help by donating auction items, attending the “fun”-raiser, or giving money, it can make a world of difference to Luke and his family. Here’s information about the fundraiser for Luke and his family: Read more
Damn. Just found out that “Dave The Morning Guy” at Q-106 has passed away. I spoke with him a few times, when I won a contest or such…what a nice guy, and great on-air. I don’t know what happened – but he was way too young. The station has asked for fans and friends to send condolences to Dave’s family in care of the station at email@example.com. From the Tribune obituary:
Memorials are suggested to the Broadcasters Foundation of America, 7 Lincoln Ave., Greenwich, CT 06830, or the American Red Cross, 1300 28th St. S., Great Falls, MT 59405. If you can’t afford a donation, a fitting way to honor Dave would be to donate blood.
My condolences to his wife, children, and family. Dave, thanks for being part of what has made Great Falls so great.