The Ultimate Rise

To embark on new waters is the meaning of the Lakota word: Watanopa. It’s also the third chosen name for the camp that lies snug in the shadows of the Pintler Mountains and on the shore of Georgetown Lake. 

My Tiny Pet by Jessie Hartland

Most parents are familiar with the negotiations involved in choosing a new pet, but Jessie Hartland puts a clever spin on the situation with a child’s very unique pet choice. When one girl’s personal pet menagerie grows out of control (6 poodles, 10 cats, a tarantula, 2 snakes, 3 hedgehogs, 10 mice, countless birds, hundreds of fish, an octopus, 3…

An Exotic Education

At a recent birthday party in a quiet Missoula neighborhood, more than a dozen 5- to 7-year-olds gathered in front of a table on which a very old porcupine named Kemosabe sat eating a banana.

Lint Roller Productions

In a recent nationwide survey, 7 out of 10 pet owners admitted that their favorite family member is the dog. Given our immense (and totally justified) love for dogs and the fact that Americans are spending more money than ever on our pets, it should come as no surprise that professional pet photography is a growing niche. 

For Pet’s Sake.

As I write this letter to you (and most likely as you’re reading it), an English Toy Terrier named Piper is snuggled up next to me, paws twitching in harmony with her slow, sleepy breaths. Her other notable position in life is racing across her farm at full speed, legs crossed beneath her, dust billowing … Continued

August 2019 Around Town

Tell Us Something! Youth Edition Monday, August 5 through Friday, August 9 between the hours of 1 and 4 p.m., Missoula’s expert story curator Marc Moss will guide youth campers in putting on their own Tell Us Something event. Campers will select a theme for their Tell Us Something event, do stage prep, and workshop … Continued

Bar(re)’s Open for Business

Barre 406 celebrated their grand opening at 2404 Washburn Avenue with their first class led by Barretender Neiman. A fueling mix of ballet, dance, pilates, yoga, and functional training. What could be more fun for staying fit? Photography Mary Kanter

The Cure is Care

 Karyn Moltzen loves cats.  You’re thinking it and she’ll say it: She’s a crazy cat lady.  When she talks about the cats she’s known and loved, her eyes twinkle. She might tell you about Tiger, once aggressive, who now lives a “happy, happy life” or introduce you to Chunk, a (you guessed it) chubby yellow cat who drapes himself over a…

Just Ask the Genie

The Wrinklegenie™ has come to Missoula and unlike the genie of Aladdin fame, she grants more than three wishes.