Historical Landmarks

 Western Heritage Center  While browsing shops and enjoying downtown dining, residents also have a chance to immerse themselves in the rich history of Montana.  “The Western Heritage Center is an interpretative center and is one of Billing’s premier historical museums,” says Amy Elmer, museum assistant at the WHC. “It has organized its collection to standards of the American Alliance of…

Back Stage

Summer is the time to follow your bliss. Sunshine, fresh air and additional downtime harmonize, creating a season that is bursting with activity. Concerts are a perfect outlet, pairing summertime energy with the allure of music. 

Faces of Billings

"I am happiest when I’m hanging out with friends and family, talking and having a good laugh,” says Jeff Hudiburgh, husband, father and business owner. He recalls the quote he put in his high school yearbook.

Fun and Sun!

Summertime is a magical season. The kids are out of school, the sunshine seems never-ending and there’s no shortage of adventures that await. For many, summer evokes fond memories of childhood—sleepaway camp, family vacations and swimming until your fingers shriveled like prunes. We also celebrate our nation’s independence, host parties for our friends and family … Continued

July 2019 Around Town

Montana’s 2019 Small Business Person of the Year The U.S. Small Business Administration has announced this year’s Small Business Persons of the Year winners from the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Guam. Devon Davidson, the owner of MARS of Billings, has been selected as Montana’s Small Business Person of the Year for 2019. … Continued

1st Annual Billings Derby Party

Billings Lifestyle hosted the 1st Annual Billings Derby Party May 4 at the Swift River Ranch. The event raised more than $5,000 for this year's beneficiary, the YBGR Foundation, thanks to event sponsors Trisha Kalfell, Granite Health & Fitness, Spitfire Financial Group, MARS of Billings and Campbell Horses. Sound & video provided by ComTech Auction called by Reno Babcock … Continued

I’ll Be Your Huckleberry

Thriving in high mountainous areas where they can grow wild, huckleberries share the independent spirit of native Montanans. While similar to a blueberry, this undomesticated blue-black berry has a much thicker skin and packs more of a punch. The flavor is generally sweet with a dash of tartness.

Driver’s Notebook

 —Three-wheeled Touring Motorcycle  —Six-speed semi-automatic with reverse  —115 horsepower