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Indigenous photographer gives window into everyday life, with family or outdoors

Stephen Hunt's art exhibition took a drastic amount of whittling. Read more

At the Roxy: Lee Chang-dong's 'Burning' is a mesmerizing drama

Early on in "Burning," Lee Chang-dong's masterpiece of psychological unease, Hae-mi (Jeon Jong-seo), a young woman teaching herself the art… Read more

String Orchestra of the Rockies presents 'Montana Seasons'

Missoula’s String Orchestra of the Rockies has plenty of experience playing pieces that feature uncommon instruments — the basset horn, lut… Read more

'White Christmas': Holiday musical gives UM students 'triple threat' practice

Diego Kjelland is a Halloween person, but this year that holiday ripped past as he prepared for another. Read more

Arts in Missoula: Dance, dystopian comedic theater, 'White Christmas'

A cheat sheet to some arts and cultural events around Missoula in the next week. Read more

Sean Kirkpatrick's new play is metaphorical, literally

Don’t take the title of Sean Kirkpatrick’s new play, “A Literal Garbage Fire” seriously. There will be no live flames on the stage of the D… Read more

Live in Missoula: Jeffrey Foucault’s storytelling seizes the stage

A number of singer-songwriters maintain far too much confidence, but have nothing new to add or say. Wisconsin-born troubadour Jeffrey Fouc… Read more

At the Roxy: Melissa McCarthy shines as a con artist in ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’

The surprising pleasure of “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” comes from watching two of the film industry’s best comic actors play off against eac… Read more