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Arts & Culture

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The seven pieces of local exhibition “Lost in Translation,” the University Center Gallery’s new exhibit, are reminiscent of signs at a roadside bar, in that almost every work is spelled in varying shades of neon. Thistles, masks and other objects cast in clay surround neon lights spelling di…

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Spooky season is upon us, at least in Hollywood’s heart and wallet. With Halloween creeping up (pun intended) in a little less than two months, the timing of James Wan’s nutty new horror movie “Malignant” could not be more strange...or silly. 

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Growing up on the Chicago Southside had its ups and downs. The pizza was pretty good, but the Mary Jane was too expensive. I never ran out of things to do, but I had to live in constant fear of being gutted by a man from the mirror. That’s just life in the city.

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The Bard of Ovan hath returned not to the park but UM’s Oval for Montana Shakespeare in the Park’s last two plays of its 49th season. Crowds gathered on campus with lawn chairs, blankets and full glasses of wine to watch Shakespearan tragedy, romance and a man wearing a makeshift donkey mask…

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After enduring a global pandemic, many pop-star artists have felt inclined to forego the moody tones of their previous music in favor of happier, lighter tracks. But none have taken quite as drastic of a turn as 24-year-old indie artist Lorde. 

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The University of Montana’s Gallery of Visual Arts hosts its annual BFA Senior Thesis Exhibition, which houses the works of eight BFA students at UM. The show runs until April 30.  

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