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From small spaces that host underground bands like Tomb Toad to Washington-Grizzly Stadium's epic Pearl Jam concerts, Missoula has a number of spots to enjoy all genres of live music.

The Museum of Mountain Flying includes vintage aircraft, artifacts, photos, smokejumping displays and a gift shop. Find it at the east end of the Missoula International Airport.

According to Lucy Tompkin's article in the Missoulian, the Montana Natural History Center's newest addition, a "Magic Planet," is a large digital globe loaded with "100 different data sets, showing not only Earth’s systems, but also NASA images of planets in our solar system, as well as the …

With more than a million acres burned in the 2017 fire season, the forecast for morel mushroom hunting in Montana couldn’t be any brighter.

The Missoula City Band announces its summer series for 2018. For way over a hundred years, we have been playing fine band music for the public in our open-air concerts. We continue this grand tradition with renewed spirit.

Check out the Missoulian newspaper's "Missoula's Choice" 2018 readers' poll results. You'll discover the best Missoula has to offer in dining, entertainment, shopping and services.

There's something about Missoula that makes peoples' hearts sing, so it's only logical that it would inspire touring musicians (or in one case, a local) to include our town in their lyrics.  

Live in Missoula long enough, and you'll start to notice the work of a regular cadre of illustrators. Their work appears not only on sketch paper, but on t-shirts, note cards, posters, jewelry, comics, bookmarks, local product labels...the list goes on. 

A century ago, two major events greatly impacted the lives of everyday Missoulians: World War I and the Spanish Flu epidemic.  “Supporting the War Effort: Missoula’s Homefront During WWI”, an exhibit at the Historical Museum, gives visitors insight into what life was like in the Garden City …

As part of its mission to serve the community year-round, the Missoula County Fairgrounds and Glacier Ice Rink will host the first annual Western Montana Winter Fair, scheduled for Saturday and Sunday afternoons: December 16 and 17, 2017. This new event will be free admission for all and off…

Have you taken photos of a Griz game in Missoula and posted them on Instagram? If so, your images might have made it onto our list of 21 Griz Game Day Photos. 

Do you sport a Montana-themed tattoo? If you or your artist posted it on Instagram, then you might have made it into our "Missoula Ink" Instagram roundup below.

Home ReSource is a nonprofit business in Missoula, Montana with a mission to reduce waste and build a more vibrant and sustainable local economy. We collect and sell reusable building materials. We channel materials to those in need. We provide job training to those seeking barriers to emplo…

There's all sorts of reasons to celebrate fall: the colorful leaves, hot apple cider, pumpkins carved into jack-o-lanterns, brisk air, Halloween, and the Festival of the Dead. All of those things and more have inspired Missoulians to throw parties, organize festivals, construct mazes and bui…

Out in Target Range, there's a one-acre maze crafted out of corn stalks and hay bales. That's over a mile of confusing passageways and about a half-hour's worth of wondering if you'll ever find the exit. Sound too easy? Try it in the dark. 

Walk the peaceful grounds of the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula and step into Western Montana History, featuring 32 park-like acres and 19 historic structures. The Museum’s grounds offer something for everyone, take a selfie in front of Engine #7 or at the top of the Sliderock Fire Looko…

What other city is famous because of a novella? For many people, Missoula's reputation still rotates around a piece of literature written in 1976 about events that happened half a century earlier. That's the power of good writing.

Filmed while Daniel Mazza and his brother were making their yearly pilgrimage to Stuart Peak in Missoula's Rattlesnake Wilderness. Mazza shot this footage on a Garmin Verb at 1080p 60fps.

There is no better place to wake up than on the banks of the Blackfoot River with the never-ending sound of water flowing and the shrill call of a bald eagle perched overhead.