Tiny Dancer, Dancing in the Sand


Bill T. Jones The “Story/Time” Interview with Kam Williams Tiny Dancer, Dancing in the Sand Williams Tass Jones is an accomplished artist, choreographer, dancer, theater director and writer. The world-renowned Renaissance man was born in Bunnell, Florida on February 15, 1952, but raised in upstate New York from an early age. Bill began his dance […]

There Is Nothing Like a Damon


Damon Wayans, Jr. The “Let’s Be Cops” Interview with Kam Williams There Is Nothing Like a Damon   Damon Wayans, Jr. is a member of the famed Wayans family, creators of the groundbreaking television series In Living Color, the Scary Movie franchise, and much more. Damon made his film debut in Blankman, a superhero comedy that […]

Code of the New West


  CODE OF THE NEW WEST   As good citizens of Montana, we promise to: 1. Appreciate the splendor of Montana’s natural beauty; the opportunity to live here; the quality of life we enjoy. 2. Be a good steward of the land; take personal responsibility for keeping our land weed and trash free; promote recycling. […]

Gentleman Jim Clyburn


Congressman James Clyburn The “Blessed Experiences” Interview with Kam Williams Gentleman Jim Clyburn James Enos Clyburn made history in 1993 when he became the first African-American to represent South Carolina in the House of Representatives since Reconstruction. Over the course of his tenure, he has served as Majority Whip and as Chairman of the Congressional […]

Laugh Until You Cry


Laugh Until You Cry ~ Amy Lignor I was a kid. I had the best family imaginable, yet I felt out of place. The only thing I could really do well was make up jokes when others weren’t feeling all that good. Even today, as my Mom struggles with retirement and getting older, she’ll cry […]

Yipes, it’s Snipes!


Wesley Snipes “The Expendables 3” Interview with Kam Williams Yipes, it’s Snipes!   Wesley T. Snipes is a globally celebrated actor, film producer, master in various martial arts, and a loving father and husband. Born in Orlando, Florida on July 31, 1962, he spent his childhood between Orlando, Florida and Bronx, New York while attending […]

Wild & Scenic Film Festival

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Wild & Scenic Film Festival 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 12 Babcock Theatre Downtown Billings $10 at door ($8 advance)   Sixth annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival features locally produced work   BILLINGS, Mont. — A video about oil and gas development in Montana and produced by Billings videographer Eric Warren has caught the attention […]

Cold Turkey Expose Examines Internet Addiction in China


Web Junkie Film Review by Kam Williams  Cold Turkey Expose Examines Internet Addiction in China   How long do you think you could you survive without access to a cell phone or computer? A few hours? A day? A week? How about three months? That’s the degree of deprivation awaiting adolescents diagnosed as addicted to […]