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Once “Pomp and Circumstance” dies off and the caps make their inevitable return to the earth’s surface, most graduates can’t wait to burst out of their high school doors. In all the hustle of moving to college, making friends, studying for classes and redefining ourselves as adults, it’s eas…

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My musically-inclined, feathered friend, Moog, is back for one final round of the latest Spotify releases. For those who haven’t been following — first of all, how dare you? Moog is the arbiter of good taste you never knew you needed. He just happens to be covered in feathers and appreciates…

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A professional comedian stood before a crowd of at least 100 people in the UC Theater Friday, Nov. 7, to joke about her life as a Lebanese woman living in America. She said she hopes to use comedy to normalize human differences and experiences.

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The Friday night show at the Wilma featuring two up-and-coming midwestern bands attracted a line of music-lovers wrapped around the corner of Front St. Some jumped up and down to stay warm, others simply discussed their favorite songs while huddled together on the sidewalk.

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Few things trouble a songwriter more than the dreaded “writer’s block.” A collection of local musicians met at Break Espresso in downtown Missoula last week to brainstorm methods of breaking through and stimulating the art of songwriting.

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Meradeth Snow has been teaching molecular anthropology at UM for seven years. When she isn’t teaching students about DNA, she writes novels under the pen name of Meradeth Houston. The Kaimin sat down with her to discuss her newest book, “The Coincidence Makers,” releasing Nov. 13. 

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Students and actors practice their lines for the School of Theatre and Dance’s production of “The Twelfth Night” on the stage of the Globe, the famous set where William Shakespeare’s plays were originally performed. Except this “Globe” wasn’t built at the end of the 16th century on the banks…

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Listening to Big Wild feels like a party. You come alive, ready to dance and laugh and exist in a moment of recalibration. On Big Wild’s new album,“Superdream,” the level of production and vocals are so high that all you care about is how you feel in this very moment.

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