In a creative town like Missoula, it’s no surprise that Electronic Sound and Percussion has had steady business for 40 years on the Hip Strip.
Arts and entertainment
arts reporter for the Missoulian.
A black bear was tranquilized after letting himself into a Butler Creek residence.
One hundred ninety-seven varieties of peony are growing in the University of Montana’s new peony garden, planted and named in honor of Howard …
Iron pour at Free Cycles
Tiny Plastic Stars
Simeon Mills’ debut novel, “The Obsoletes,” has been a long time in the making.
Some musical highlights in the coming week.