The movie “See You Then” makes the top 50…Internationally published photographer Audrey Hall has been chosen as a finalist in the 2009 Nikon Film Festival. Her short film “See You Then” was selected from over 1200 submissions nationwide. Filmed exclusively in Livingston Montana’s Paradise Valley, the independently produced movie combines art, music and the rugged beauty of the West.
While we all have plenty to celebrate as the new year begins, Montanans have extra reason to count our blessings. As it turns out, Montanans are officially happy. A recent study from two colleges compared the level of happiness by state, from Alabama to Wyoming. Montana cracked the top 10, and is the 7th happiest among the 50 states.
Housing Market Headed For Recovery?
BANOVICH FINE ART PUBLISHING ANNOUNCES RELEASE OF
BEAST: THE COLLECTED WORKS OF JOHN BANOVICH
The recent economic turmoil has cause some speculation about the traditional contribution and income limit increases for IRAs and 401(k)s. Would there be an increase this year or would we actually see a decrease in the limits? The IRS recently set minds at ease by announcing the contribution and income limits for 2010. Find out what they did and how it will affect you in the coming year.
The Bozeman Symphony Society established in 1968 presents a repertoire of symphonic and choral music performed for the benefit of audiences, students, and musicians residing in south -central Montana. The Symphony has a history of artistic excellence and their future is dependent on maintaining a skilled and motivated orchestra whose members bring the music to life.