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In 2011, the last time Iron & Wine came to town with openers The Head and the Heart, the show sold out. Comment?
Major Missoula spans classified as structurally deficient by Jessica Mayrer On a recent sunny morning, swallows dart above the Clark Fork River alongside the rusty steel girders that crisscross the Madison Street bridge's underbelly. Comment?
New businesses invigorate Missoula's Westside scene by Alex Sakariassen On a recent Friday afternoon Jared Robinson busies himself stocking shelves at Summer Sun Garden and Brew with bottled beers from as far off as Scotland, Belgium and New Zealand. Comment?
Utility accused of unsafe work by Jessica Mayrer In May 2010, former Missoula Electric Cooperative employee Jon Cruson was dismayed when he discovered allegedly substandard cable trenches and meter connections that violated safety standards at an MEC installation project for the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and ... (more) Comment?
Wormwood brings the literary to mixtape culture by Erika Fredrickson Taylor McAnally, a Missoula rapper known as Wormwood, is a massive fan of 'Game of Thrones.' Comment?
It should come as no surprise that we love lifting a glass, regardless what day of the week it is. Comment?
John Adam Smith folks it up by Jed Nussbaum John Adam Smith has spent most of his adult life performing around Missoula, both as a solo act and in various bands, with almost no recorded material to show for it. Comment?
Market rebounds, for now by Jessica Mayrer Missoula real estate experts are hopeful that the era of lackluster sales and flat property values that set in when the economy tanked six years ago seems to be ending. Comment?
Brooks Street under a canopy of old maples in full bloom comes immediately to mind, as does the smattering of colors throughout the University District during fall foliage season.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ] Comment?
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks lists on its website 17 river access sites on the Clark Fork between Drummond and St. Regis. Comment?
Typically you don't open up a paper like the Indy, or it's online presence, and see much of a formal charge to leave the Garden City for your arts/culture download. Comment?
Aging fleet by Alex Sakariassen The University of Montana in recent weeks has stressed ease of transportation as a key factor in its push to construct a new Missoula College facility. Comment?
Pov pitch shot down by Jessica Mayrer Future neighbors of the Poverello Center scratched their heads last week when the Missoula City Board of Adjustment killed a proposal that would have created more public parking and a larger courtyard for the new West Broadway homeless shelter. Comment?
Gender, perceptions complicate detective's sexual assault case by Jessica Mayrer Missoula Police Department Detective Chris Shermer says that he felt humiliated last spring when a female officer allegedly sexually assaulted him inside MPD's downtown headquarters in front of a civilian employee. Comment?
Viscosity Theatre enlists the audience to help make ThisIllusionment by Erika Fredrickson In January, Rebecca Schaffer met with Josh Wagner at McSorley's, the oldest pub in New York City. Comment?
Boys make it pop on Kamikaze by Brooks Johnson Sometimes I go on week-long spells of listening to acoustic music and start to think it's the only way songs can be made. Comment?
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A dark chapter for USA Swimming appeared to come to an end May 23 when a Hall of Fame coach was sentenced to seven years in prison after pleading guilty to child sexual abuse in a case that stretches back three decades. Comment?
There is regular "comfort food" and then there is food of such sublime unctuousness that a different term is necessary: let's just call it "fried." Two offerings at Missoula's Double Front Cafe fall into this elevated category, and they aren't chicken.Offering #1: Kids love macaroni and cheese. Comment?
In 1998, a Missoula band called the Sputniks went on tour with a writer from the New Yorker . Comment?