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Stand-up comedy isn’t something that comedians are meant to do alone. Stand-up is done in small, dark bars and clubs with low ceilings and small tables. The audience shares the same air as the performer, and fuels her jokes with waves of rhythmic laughter — that is, as long she isn’t bombing.

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It’s been a rough year for the movies. Recent releases, all too content with lackluster plots and visuals, have had no problem hiding the fact that they weren’t meant for the big screen. That was to be expected from “Hubie Halloween,” but not from more ambitious works like “The Devil All the…

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It’s very rare that a music critic gets to go into a review with no preconceived notions. Most of the time, we gravitate toward a new record because we expect it will be really good and we can’t wait to listen to it, or it’s going to be so bad that tearing it apart will be a piece of cake.

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The intoxicating smells of ginger, garlic and simmering tomato sauce lazily crept throughout chef Zohair Bajwa’s kitchen. Bajwa, who moved from Pakistan to Missoula in 2006, is one of many chefs working with the non-profit United We Eat.

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Members of the Pacific Islanders Club walked single file from University Hall to the Oval’s center on the cold afternoon of Oct. 12, carrying with them the Hawaiian state flag. They planted the flag in the center of the Oval, and their chant filled the air as a crowd watched the ceremony commence.

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As two students started to perform in the Zootown Cabaret on the steps of the Prescott House on October 3rd, they were interrupted. Teresa Merriman’s and Ellie Caterisano’s singing hesitated as piercing feedback echoed from the loudspeakers. Merriman gestured to Caterisano and they descended…