Billings Lifestyle Signature Event

The first Saturday in May is steeped in tradition—tradition that spans across two centuries and culminates in an event referred to as “the most exciting two minutes in sports:” the Kentucky Derby. There is an undeniable appeal to the Derby, as it embodies so much of what we love about this season: freshly picked roses and newly awakened greenery; bright, crisp…

Spring Fever

Do you hear that? It’s the sound of nature springing to life after a long winter’s nap. Birds are chirping, flowers are blooming and children are playing outside as the weather gets warmer and the days grow longer. This month at Billings Lifestyle, we have spring fever and can barely contain our excitement for our … Continued

Crafted by Hand

 What inspires your work?  I’ve always had a passion for products and treatments. I love being able to watch a client’s face light up when they look in the mirror feeling confident in their healthy skin. It is extremely rewarding. As I progressed into my career, I became more and more curious about different products and what made them effective.…

April 2019 Around Town

REVEL at the Taste of Billings Billings’ first experiential event. REVEL will stimulate all five senses through an intersection of flavor, art, music, culture and entertainment. Get a taste of everything Billings has to offer. The most luxurious, spectacular event of the year! REVEL is the first of its kind allowing each REVELer to create their own … Continued

Swanky Roots

While Montana is rich in many natural resources, it isn’t exactly conducive to year-round agriculture. Climate-sensitive greens and other veggies need warmth and sunshine to thrive, commodities that are hard to come by for much of the year.

Faces of Billings

 TO BE USED IN THE MAGAZINE  "Jeff, a photographer by night, has a keen eye for modern vibes that can be felt throughout his business, making MoAV Coffee one of the most popular coffee houses within the city."  For more on Jeff Hosa and additional Faces of Billings, visit

The Legacy of Moss Mansion

Before the turn of the 20th century, a young man from a prominent Missouri family brought his bride to the emergent city of Billings, Montana, in order to establish himself as a banker and entrepreneur. Drawn by the city’s flourishing energy and its proximity to the railroad, Preston Boyd “P.B.” Moss visualized a lucrative potential for economic and community growth. He would…