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  At first glance, Netflix Streaming seems like such an incredible invention. If you have high-speed internet and a decent computer, you can stream movies online and watch them whenever you want and as many as you want without ever having to pay any late fees. That’s the central conceit, anyhow. …

If you’re the type of person who can’t ever get enough Dr. Frank-N-Furter in your life, and let’s be honest, aren’t we all kind of like that? the Lobby Bar has you covered. On Oct. 24, there will be a free showing of the cult classic “The Rocky Horror Picture …

With the recent zombie outbreak in Great Falls this past weekend, we here at Big Sky State Buzz felt it imperative to learn more about how one might go about stopping the next attacks when they resume in the near future. And believe us because we have inside information that …

Stand-up comedian Lisa Alvarado has a funny story to tell about her life. Several, in fact, and she’s coming to Great Falls on Friday to spill the beans. But, she says you need not be a woman to identify with them. Alvarado, the Latin Queen of Comedy, performs Friday along …

Facing insurmountable odds, Walter Kingsley has proven to be a true survivor in every sense of the word. A respected Air Force veteran, Walter was told by doctors in 2008 that at the age of 42 he had a 20 percent chance to live after being diagnosed with Stage-4 colon cancer. The …

Zombies fill the streets of Black Eagle on Saturday starting at 1 p.m. during the Zombie Walk presented by Act Normal. The walk begins at the Black Eagle Park and will proceed down the walking path next to Smelter Ave. to the Black Eagle Post Office. It should finish around …

Last night the Great Falls Symphony opened its new season with a few new tweaks, and a few familiar mainstays that made for a memorable and entertaining night. The evening started with a brief speech from GFSA Joan Schmidt welcoming the audience back and thanking everyone for their support. She …

The Great Falls Symphony opens its 2014-2015 season Saturday by serving the audience a supersized helping of love. Because when you put a piece by George Gershwin, one of the most beloved composers of all time, in the hands of pianist Charlie Albright, a performer who received such a large roar of …

Flathead native Kayla Adams, one of Nashville’s biggest up-and-coming new stars, might have burned her cheating boyfriend’s prized possessions in “Sober and Sorry,” but she admits in an interview with Big Sky State Buzz that’s a side of her that was exaggerated for the video. She’s never gotten revenge in quite …

Cory Smith, CEO of 221 Industries, announced today a few changes to the ICF 16 card with the termination of Roma Pawelek’s contract and the addition of Helena’s Sean O’Malley and Hannah Kempf from Los Angeles. Smith said Pawelek wished to pursue a contract with a national all-pro female MMA …