In a college town, music can live and die on the tide of an ever-rotating student crowd. But in Missoula, a handful of mainstay musicians somehow keep the familiarity afloat. Big names like Tom Catmull and the Clerics have been rooted in local culture for years — but even when a band sounds new or unfamiliar, there’s a good chance one of its members is not.
Pastor Christian Cryder thinks Jesus would have liked beer. Cryder himself likes the beverage, and so do the people who go to his church, All Souls Missoula, as well as those who volunteer with local non-profit Imagine Missoula.
Missoulians looking to escape cabin fever with a glass of microbrew may find their solution at the city's first annual Winter BrewFest.
It's said newspapers publish accusations bold on the front page and acquittals small on the back. Your hate crime charge attracts more readers than news of your not-guilty verdict, and the media victimizes many accused by not valuing their later innocence with the same weight as their alleged crime. Innocent or guilty, most accused people just want to move on and have their tribulations forgotten. Google makes that impossible. The digitization of human knowledge and the creation of near magical search technology means it's impossible to escape your past. Not that people aren't fruitlessly trying.
1.) You don't do anything on the days you don't have class. You think you will but you won't. I don't have any classes on Tuesday and Thursday and I sleep until 9:30 a.m. every time. Oppss.