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Rock ‘n’ Roll Will Never Die

Rock ‘n’ Roll Will Never Die

His uncle Roger was a musician in Missoula who taught him his first guitar chords, but he also instilled in his young nephew a deep love of classic country and rock ‘n’ roll.

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Montana Baroque

Baroque Music in Montana

Many of us are familiar with Pachelbel’s “Canon” or the “Four Seasons” of Vivaldi or, especially, the beloved “Messiah” by George Frideric Handel. But add Johann Sebastian Bach, Arcangelo Corelli, Francesca Caccini, Barbara Strozzi, and Claudio Monteverdi, and you have only a few of the great composers of the Baroque period.

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Jan Youren

Life at Six Seconds: Iconic Woman Rodeo Champion Career

Jan Youren, 79, has won five world championships in bareback bronc riding, with 17 reserve championships (“first loser,” she dubs them), and 13 reserve championships in bull riding. Her career ended in 2005, when she finished third overall in the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association circuit and kept a promise.

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Desk Initials

The Initials on the Desk

On top of this desk are initials and names carved into the wood, and as I gazed at them, I thought about who these people were and speculated what their lives must’ve been like…

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