Music: Cults- When musical nostalgia doesn’t pay off
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The indie rock band Cults dominated the soundscape of high school girls who hoped to be “manic pixie dream girls” and high school boys who idolized girls who dyed their hair and wore black. But now that these Tumblr-loving teens have grown up, do Cults still hold up? Or is it just nostalgia that makes fans come back for more? Read more

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Between choking smoke and the ongoing pandemic, going outside is becoming less appealing than ever before. It seems like the sun doesn’t even want to show up anymore

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Displaying her cumin and coriander, two of several ingredients, Chef Farida Khinjani kicked off teaching Missoula community members how to make Afghanistan's national dish, Kabuli Palaw, in an effort to share her country’s culture.

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Elijah Jalil’s eyes closed as he sang. Gold streamers stirred softly behind him as a breeze drifted through the tiny, lime green room in Imagine Nation Brewing Company in downtown Missoula. His face tightened as he sang louder and louder, so loud that the microphone in front of him briefly c…

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The week in singles is a round-up of the latest releases from the past week. For better or worse, these songs happened. Find out which ones are worth a listen, and which songs should never have been made.

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It was hard to keep my walk from becoming a run as the smell of overpriced popcorn filled the air. My “BoJack Horseman” binge had kept me content for the last five months, but the craving for moderately comfy cushioned seats was getting harder to ignore.

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The day of the most recent full moon, Peter and Sarah Schaefgen set up drums of all shapes and sizes. They sat on a grassy knoll in Silver Park, exposed to the strong wind and bright evening sun. Sarah removed her shoes. Peter closed his eyes and began to drum quietly, listening to his own r…