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Updated: January 19, 2020 @ 3:23 am
English speakers are lavishly equipped with colorful slang locutions referring to “everything, all, the total amount.” The whole shebang, the whole magilleh, whole kit and caboodle, the whole enchilada.
"The Academy is frustratingly hung up on stories about men by men."
You’ve seen “Little Women.” Louisa May Alcott’s book, published in 1868 and 1869, has been adapted to film seven times, and to theater and television more times than that. And even if you’ve missed out, you’ve seen this story. “Little Women” is a genre unto itself. Alcott’s novel, about the …
FRIDAY, JAN. 17
Nirvana’s platinum record for the album Bleach is so shiny you can almost see your reflection in it. Normally, that platinum record lives at the Sub Pop Records’ Seattle headquarters. But right now, it’s here in Bozeman, part of an exhibit alongside posters, skateboard decks and magazines in…
On Tuesday, January 14th at 7pm, Director Russell Lewis will hold open auditions for BIG FISH at the Shane Lalani Center for the Arts.
Referring to someone who is a stranger, we might say, “I don’t know him from Adam.” This idiom, like dozens of English expressions, has Biblical inspiration.
You might have seen the Golden Globes last weekend. Around 18 million people watched it live. Even if you didn’t watch the show, you probably saw Ricky Gervais’ opening monologue, because it was basically designed in a lab to go viral, which it’s done.
FRIDAY, JAN. 10
“Cats” is the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen. I’m not just talking movies. I’m talking anything. This thing is absolutely deranged, a cacophony of absurdity and meaninglessness that Dante himself couldn’t have thought of. It’s the most ambitiously awful disaster we’ve seen at the movies for a…
1. "Ernest Hemingway in the Yellowstone High Country" by Chris Warren, $19.95
1. "In the Distance" by Hernan Diaz, $16.95
Gladys Considine remembers the smell as smoke plumed over the small hill before her mom’s sheep ranch in Southeastern Montana.
1. "Educated" by Tara Westover, $28