Growing up, my parents were always told: "Your son is going to grow-up to be either a Senator or a Radio DJ." Well, they were right. I hate politics and I love music. I reckon the reason my 'rents always heard this was my non-stop chatter. I never shut up. One day they gave me a microphone and put that talent to good use. I believe that music is the only thing that separates us from the animals... Well, that and opposable thumbs. I have always had a love for all types of music and I am blessed to be working a career that involves listening to music all day. "No Regrets" is my motto. That, and "Everybody Wang Chung tonight!"
Montana Campgrounds Set to Re-Open May 1st
Now that Spring weather is here, and many Montanans are ready to get outside, why havent the campgrounds re-opened?
How to Practice Social Distancing and Drink Beer with Friends
some tips and tricks (more tricks than tips) on how to properly pass a beer while remaining socially distant.
Imagine Trying to Explain Today to Your Past Self
Lets say you can send a message to yourself on New Years day of 2020. How would you describe what has happened so far in the year?
Montana Police and FD Making Stay at Home Birthday Parties Special
Montana Police and Fire departments have been spreading birthday cheer for kids and even BIG kids around the state.
Kettlehouse to Release ‘Tiger King’ Inspired ‘Exotic’ Ale
the creators of Bongwater and Coldsmoke are jumping on the "Joe Exotic" TIGER TRAIN, and releasing a new breed of beer at Kettlehouse.
Western MT Communities Host Teddy Bear Hunts for Kids
Cooped up kids can then get out and stretch their legs as they wander the neighborhoods in search of elusive teddy bears.
BBQ Must Have Recipe – The SwineApple
Pork loin, stuffed in a hollowed out pineapple, wrapped in bacon and smoked. YUMMMM!!
Top Hat Offering 50% OFF to Service Industry Workers
the Top Hat is looking to help service industry employees stretch their budget with 50% off their meals.
Young Kid Writes Thank You Note to Grocery Store Employees
He wanted them to know that their help during this crisis was appreciated.
Remember Missoula’s Tommy the Leprechaun?
"Tommy the Leprechaun was a legend in Montana. Street cat, made ends meet entertaining."