Referred to as "Sully" throughout my youth, I contemplated using it as an "on-air" name. Needless to say this never happened, but it's still fun to mention and there's still time! As a graduate of the University of Montana, I first ventured my way onto the air waves as a television reporter. Not long after, I dove into the radio industry. I enjoy media as a career and the potential it has to inform and support the community. Other than consume comfort food nightly, I do have some hobbies. I'm a huge fan of forensic documentaries, chick flicks and mobster movies (I don't understand the combination, either) Plus, I love concerts! Rock, country, jazz, classical, reggae, alternative, electronic, R&B, hip-hop, rap, folk...pick the genre and I'm there! I especially love outdoor concerts and another great love I have of the outdoors, involves long walks with my incredible dog and the occasional human. For many years now, I have tested the waters as a performer in live, local theatre, and whether it be studio artwork, ballet, jazz or modern dance, I'm a big supporter of the arts. As for sports and no matter the level, I'm a huge fan of basketball, track & field and baseball. Any or all of the above, of course, is only important and possible with the bond of family and friends. Here's to those special bonds for everyone.
Irish Road Bowling: Making its Way Across the Pond to Butte
So, what exactly is Irish road bowling? Many residents in the surrounding area have been familiar with this historic and interesting event for some time now. As illustrated on the websites All Events and Irish Around The World, Irish road bowling dates back to the 1600s, and traditionally involved the hurling of an iron ball in Ireland's countryside. The fewest throws of the dense ball along country roads and landscape is the way to win.
Montana’s Link To La La Land…Featured This Week: Lucille Ball
To this day, fans of sitcom TV, young and old alike, are glued to their television sets to watch reruns of 1950's favorites. So many comedies have made their way to our living rooms to include the hilarious and iconic
African American Homesteading in Butte Discussed
One can only imagine what it was truly like for these homesteaders. From the Irish to the Italians, many descendents have been researched along the way. Well, now a group of archeologists hope to bring to light new findings of African-American homesteading in Butte during a Brown Bag Lunch Series, presented by the Butte Archives, Wednesday, August 24th at noon.
3-Day Concert Slated to Rock Montana
Decades in the making, Rockin' The Rivers is set to rock Big Sky Country, August 11th through the 13th outside Cardwell, Montana. Like most everything in the world pandemic related, the 3-day event took a hiatus for a short period of time. However, beginning last year, this premiere outdoor concert event was able to get back on track and better than ever.
Facelift Underway For Historic Butte Annex
The times they are a changin' and so are some very historic places in Butte, America. In the mining city, you can still invest in a piece of Butte History. According to the Butte Realty Group, open concept condos are coming to life in the Historic O'Rourke Annex building in Uptown Butte. The structure originally built in 1900, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Remembering the Conflict as Eight Men are Honored
It wasn't until I was 7 years old, that I realized visions of this all consuming matter, filled our black & white portable television set. It was there where I saw, on 1 of the 3 channels we possessed, reporters and anchormen talking about some kind of war in a place called Vietnam. According to the Anaconda Local Development Counsel, Vietnam veteran Mickie Nazer is credited for spearheading the Memorial project in Anaconda. Through the help of grants and donations, the Anaconda Vietnam Era Veterans Memorial Association was able to effectively raise funds needed for the project.