Andrew Hunt is known around town as “Cowboy Andy.” He’s the frontman for a fun-loving band called The Salamanders, whose songs, like “Pirate Santa” and “Matt Damon Magnetized Me,” have that special allure of simultaneously entertaining both kids and adults.
What is it about working with wood that offers so much satisfaction? Maybe it's the aroma of a fresh cut, or the individuality of each piece of wood and its own beautiful grain structure, or the tactile nature of a finished piece that begs for praise.
For twenty-two years, The Craig and Al Morning Show was as reliable as tap water. Then, in 2009, the Missoula radio institution that had called three different stations home finished its run at KYSS-FM. Allen K was retiring, but Craig had no plans to hang up his headphones any time soon. He’d just inked a five-year extension with the pop…
Chelsea: Nic, it's easy peasy to build a dream home, right? We close our eyes, we sketch it out in our mind's eye—white farm house, wraparound porch, yellow door, horse fencing in the background that fades into a grandiose view of steep mountains. I've got it done, right? Well, maybe it's a start!
I owe my love for storytelling to my father. In a way, he groomed me for such. Everything from his slacks to his boat shoes to his glasses to his clenched fists and cussing under his breath. The way his combover stood straight like the mast on a sailboat in fair winds, and the way he’d get to laughing … Continued
Community Discovery Day On Saturday, June 1 this 4-hour class will introduce you to the basics of fly fishing and naturalist knowledge to successfully explore the sport. Casting, trouble-shooting, knot tying, and information about the fish and insects will provide a rich learning experience. Instructor and fly fisherwoman Erin Geiges will keep you moving with … Continued
The Missoula Aging Services' 2019 Volunteer Recognition Party was full of smiles, laughs, and entertainment, all while celebrating generosity, friendships, and time well spent. Photography Missoula Aging Services
Local clay artist Ben Jordan believes that fingerprints are the evidence of culture. They are our mark, our symbol that tells the tale, we were here. And they’re of equal value to our turbulent journey to self-discovery.