Saturday, June 25, 2022


For the latest news in entertainment, see our articles and headlines below.

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Mizutani’s next concert plays on patriotic theme

Master violinist Wai Mizutani and Impact continue The Lord of the String concert series with Opus 6 “Echoes of A...

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Glacier Chorale holds auditions for its 40th season

After successfully taking to the stage again this past season, the Glacier Chorale is looking forward to the upcoming 40th season of the Glacier Symphony and...

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‘We Burn Like This’ film premieres in Flathead

Film "We Burn Like This" makes its Flathead Valley premier at the Northwest Montana History Museum at 7 p.m. June 12.

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New artists join Paint, Metal and Mud

In conjunction with Father’s Day weekend, the Paint, Metal and Mud artist cooperative will host a reception to welcome three new artists, from 4 to 7 p.m. Fr...

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Exhibit explores artistic connection between writer and painter

This June, the Hockaday Museum of Art presents a timely and unique collaborative art exhibition between two artists spanning two continents.

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Bigfork jewelry artist shows new collection at Phillips Studio

Artist and designer Bonnie Nickel is releasing her new summer collection of jewelry at Phillips Studio & Gallery during the “Saturday Afternoon at the Mall” ...

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Nashville artist and former GNP wilderness ranger releases debut album

Singer/songwriter Michael Shaw’s debut album “He Rode On” became available June 4 to stream or purchase.

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Bigfork Indie Film Fest placed on hiatus

After many successful years, the Bigfork Independent Film Festival (BIFF) is now on permanent hiatus.

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Ronan Musicians Co-op hosts open mics and jams

The Western Montana Musicians Cooperative (WMMC) focuses on bringing songwriters, musicians and performing artists together through a shared love of music, while providing a place to rehearse, grow and connect wi...

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Movie Review: Chaos reigns in ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’

“Jurassic World: Dominion,” a Universal Pictures release in theaters Thursday, is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America for, “language, in...

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Movie Review: Adam Sandler basketball drama, ‘Hustle,’ has game

“Hustle,” a Netflix release, is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America for language. Running time: 117 minutes. Three stars out of four.

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‘Top Gun’ stays aloft with $86M in its second weekend

The Paramount Pictures release, with Tom Cruise reprising his role from the 1986 original, is holding steadier than any film of its kind has before. Its modest drop — 50-65% is more typical for blockbusters — is ...

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Reiss paintings on display at Browning museum

Windold Reiss portraits of the Blackfeet people are almost universally recognized, most commonly through the use of the powerful calendar images in the inter...

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KALICO seeks artist for North Valley Food Bank mural

KALICO Art Center and North Valley Food Bank are seeking a mural artist to design and complete a mural inside the new free grocery store at North Valley Food Bank in Whitefish.

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Bigfork Summer Playhouse opens with two favorite musicals

The Bigfork Summer Playhouse opens its 63rd season Saturday, June 4, with the fan favorite and dazzling new production of the award-winning classic “Guys and...

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Artist shares Afghani heritage in 'Azra' series at Phillips Studio

Deborah Quynn shares her “Azra” paintings series and her joyful animal paintings at a new exhibit titled “Awakening” at Phillips Studio & Art Gallery. Meet t...