The Creative and Cultural Economy

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Dorsey & Whitney – Life in the New Digital World – Pitfalls and Opportunities – 9/29 – Online

Join us for a business and legal discussion on the acceleration of online use and consumption of digital content in the current environment, and its impact on areas such as iGaming, digital marketing and the metaverse.

Saving the Mansion on the Hill Overlooking Flathead Lake in Somers, Montana

“We want to keep the community informed of what’s happening with the mansion and we want to be transparent,” she said. “The community loves this building and we don’t want to just shut them out.”

Road Trip: Montana – Adventure Under a Big Sky

Montana can seem like a lifetime away. It’s an untamed place with landscapes grand enough to make you feel as insignificant as one of those dry flies getting eaten by a trout on the Gallatin River.

The 9 best podcasts to make you more creative

Get the creative juices flowing with podcasts on circular design, UX, and a lot more.

New Missoula-based podcast highlights local musicians

A Rhythm Runs Through It features artists in and around Montana

Waterton-Glacier National Park – Star Light, Star Bright

Waterton-Glacier receives full certification as International Dark Sky Park just in time for one of the most stunning nighttime displays

A Model for Truly Affordable Housing

With a new executive director, Northwest Montana Community Land Trust seeks partners to help expand its inventory of homes, typically priced for sale between $100,000 and $200,000

Glacier Park’s Dark Skies Illuminated Online – The first international transboundary night sky preserve in the world

New webcam at Dusty Star Observatory provides visitors rare glimpse of the first international transboundary night sky preserve in the world

Bozeman, Montana’s young entrepreneurs showcase businesses at Children’s Business Fair

The Acton Children’s Business Fair is not unique to Bozeman — it’s a global affair. The fair is a program developed by Acton Academy, a worldwide alternative model to schooling that’s based on a one-room school structure with a multi-age classroom. Acton schools have held 850 fairs across 16 countries — this fair was happening the same date as one in Romania.

Inclusive ‘Placemaking’ Leads to Civic Renewal

Cities across America are working to build more inclusive economies. A good way to start is by creating neighborhoods that are great places to live, work, and play, and are accessible, affordable, and welcoming to as many people as possible.