Bozeman’s renovated Rialto theater reopens in January 2018, launching the historic theater’s first winter season in more than 10 years with a lineup of talent from around the country. Originally built in 1908 as a two-story storefront, then converted into a theater in 1924, the...

The Western Design Conference Exhibit + Sale (WDC), based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, celebrated 25 years this fall, featuring cutting-edge, handcrafted designs in areas ranging from Western fashion and jewelry to furnishings, saddles, and home accessories. WDC executive director Allison Merritt works closely with conference...

Pairing wine with food is an art of sorts, and one that’s sometimes best left to the experts. With hunting season in full swing and freezers filling, wild game — from birds to deer, antelope to elk — will soon grace tables throughout the Northern...

It was June 11, 1864, and the Confederate cavalry under General Thomas Rosser, a native of Texas and General George Custer’s former West Point classmate, surrounded Custer and his men at Trevilian Station, Virginia. After the ensuing, six-hour battle, Custer’s wagon was captured, and his...