By GENEVIEVE JESSOP MARSH — Paul and Christiane von Reichert are some of the most dedicated urban farmers you’ll meet. They’ve convinced landlords to let them dig up apartment courtyards. They’ve grown veggies in community garden plots from Missoula to Kiel, Germany. They’ve traveled to friends’ yards in the Bitterroot to scratch out a little growing space. They’ve transported chickens in bicycle baskets to community gardens to fertilize in the fall (they also raised meat chickens in an apartment that didn’t allow pets). They’ve cured their onions on the porch of their third floor apartment.
By AARON PARRETT — When you hear Chrysti the Wordsmith’s signature greeting on MTPR or Yellowstone public radio, you know you’re in for an etymological treat.
By BERNICE KARNOP For those who are weary of hearing about building a wall, I have good news. Montana’s wall was finished in 1893,
Forget eating healthy, exercise, and whatever else doctors say about how to maintain youth. The real secret to vitality is Poetry.
Printmaker James Todd brings flexibility to his art through line drawing, wood cutting, engraving, and painting.
There was no doubt whose name should appear on the door of the new Archie Bray library,
Alfred Mathews’ Work From 1868—Pencil Sketches of Montana—on Display at Free Ceramics in Helena