Winds Of Montana concert

Got an email from Sharon Mueller asking if I could help get the word out: The 70-piece adult all-state band, “Winds of Montana,” will perform Superbowl Sunday at 1:30 in the Great Falls High School Auditorium. The early afternoon February 3rd concert will allow football fans to take in both the concert and their favorite tailgate events. “Winter Dances” is the concert’s theme, and the band will perform a variety of symphonic dances from a…


Lobsty

We made a sort of last-minute decision to try LobsterFest at the Montana Club last night – and holy cow, are we glad we did! We knew it would be crazy-busy – when I drove by at about 7:15 not only was the parking lot packed, but there were cars parked in the grass along the side of the road! So we waited until about 9 pm to show up – and (whew!) didn’t have…


*wince*

Strolling through Albertsons earlier and saw this…I’m not a fan of hot/spicy anything in general, but holy cow…with a name like that…yikes! …and of course you can’t look at that without thinking of the classic “…damn near killed ’em!” line.


Nephropidae Festival

If you enjoy eating lobster, the Montana Club has something amazing on Friday and Saturday night: LobsterFest 2013. Here’s a partial listing of what’s available; click here to see the full menu chock-full of lobstery goodness. (H/T to Michelle) APPETIZERS Hot Lobster, Spinach and Artichoke Dip Fresh Lobster meat and artichoke hearts and spinach simmered in a creamy seafood sauce topped with parmesan, served with Garlic toasted medallions. 11.99 Tempura Lobster Succulent Lobster meat gourmet…


Bagels!

It’s open! The Bagel Co. of Great Falls opened on Sunday, and I stopped in today and picked up a few, along with some cream cheese. Verdict: the sesame bagel I had was the best bagel I’ve eaten since 1997 in Mountain View, California. It’s located right next to Target, and they have many types of bagels, of course, and at least seven different types of cream cheese that I counted. Coffee and cola available,…


Paywall TV?

Romenesko reports that a reality TV series is in the works: More than 70 editors and publishers have responded to NBC Peacock Production’s casting call for a reality series about a small-town newspaper. Producer Cara Biega “noted that she was impressed with how amazing their stories are,” says Stan Schwartz of the National Newspaper Association, which is helping NBC Peacock find a paper to put on TV. Hmmmm…if the series does wind up being made…


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