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Star Trek tells aliens to visit Bozeman, Montana first if (When!) they come to Earth

Star Trek’s official website had some fun with some video footage credited to Getty Images and the Bozeman Convention & Visitors Bureau to make a welcome video for any aliens looking to find a spot to land.

Up and over: Tram to Our Lady of the Rockies in Butte, Montana gets huge boost with OK to cross I-15

It’s been said for more than three decades: The Lady needs a tram.

Tenth annual Red Ants Pants Music Festival confirmed for July 22-25, 2021 in White Sulphur Springs, Montana

Red Ants Pants said in a press release the the festival is scheduled for July 22-25, and tickets are on sale now. The full lineup is expected to be released in May.

Envision Missoula’s West Broadway: Participate in the Virtual Master Plan April 5-9

The City of Missoula is undertaking a public engagement effort April 5-9th, 2021 for the redevelopment of the Westside Broadway corridor, from Russell to California between Broadway and the River, and the public is encouraged to provide input and participate in the process. 

Richard Dreyfuss Teams With Jerry K. Williams To Discover ‘Bozeman’ In Historical Drama TV Series

Allison Whitmer, Montana Film Commissioner, stated “we’re excited about the prospect of another Western series like Yellowstone coming to film in Montana and are looking forward to working with the filmmakers as they bring to life this important historical drama about the founding of Bozeman, Montana.”

14 Productions to Share $500,000 in Big Sky Film Grants to Film in Montana

“Film, television and commercial productions have a direct economic impact in Montana, creating good-paying jobs and infusing outside dollars into Montana communities,” Montana Film Commissioner Allison Whitmer said.

5 of the World’s Most Extraordinary Bars – A Bizarre Slice of Americana – Sip ’n Dip Lounge in Great Falls, Montana

Start with an old-school motor lodge, combine it with a tiki bar, add in a swimming pool and some mermaids, and you get one of the most unusual bars in the world.

Resources for Indigenous-owned natural products businesses

Here are several resources that lend support to Native American entrepreneurs specifically, from networking groups to grant opportunities.

It’s time to start designing for the future. How human-centered design is transforming our homes, work environment, and public spaces

The pandemic is already changing how people are using public and private spaces.

San Francisco rolls out a guaranteed income program giving artists $1,000 a month

More than 100 San Francisco artists will be guaranteed $1,000 a month for six months under a pilot program set to launch in May, following similar efforts by Stockton, Oakland and Marin County to support struggling residents during the pandemic.