Thanks for letting us know. The online version has been corrected to the ZACC Below. Our biggest apologies.
I'm putting on this show AND I did the copy editing on this issue of the Indy. I totally missed that the venue is listed as VFW. It is in fact at the ZACC.
It's actually at the ZACC basement!
You'd be surprised at the stuff that comes up when you enter the words "butch trucks" into a Google search.
Thanks. We have made the correction to our online story.
Derek is butch trucks' nephew... A simple Google search would have uncovered this.
Go David! Keep up the work. You're not done yet.
Thanks, for the correction, Shaun. We have updated the cutline online.
The baby in the photo in this article is McCarthy's godson, Missoulian Max Smith.
Awesome article written by a former student! So proud! And Ziegler sounds like an up and coming force in the Missoula art scene! Congrats to both journalist and her subject!
All of which is a long way of saying, "The usual Disney crap."
I hope it comes to Kalispell...would love to see it!
"Ever since Bush lit the fuse on our two overlong wars"
For the record, explanation of the law and policy, fact basis for Operation Iraqi Freedom:
Excellent review of an excellent book.
One clarification: Krakauer did not rush the book. The book was complete early this year, and was slated for fall release. Rather, Doubleday rushed publication in response to Rolling Stone retracting its story about an alleged gang rape at a University of Virginia fraternity.
(He talked about this in an interview, possibly with Charlie Rose.)
great well written article...feel like I could have read this in vanity fair...can't wait to see this woman's art in the upcoming Radius show and congrats to Lisa for showing her work...now let's get her art out of Montana and to the big cities!!!!
I am just finishing up this book and I love that Gary remained voiceless throughout the book. It felt like a really powerful response and inversion of the power dynamic present in abusive families.
I had a problem with it too.I also have problems with Pynchon's novels so I wasn't surprised.V is the only one I've read straight through.Twice as a matter of fact.Your review didn't help me much either. I guess Pynchon just isn't for me even though I envy him down to my little toe for studying with Nabokov at Cornell when I might have audited a lecture now and then.Just jealousy I suppose.
I did love The Master beyond belief.So here's a link to my review of it for you.Hope it goes through.http://moviesandfilm.blogspot.com/2013/03/… Read the comments as my friend from Bosnia wrote most of the insightful ones.
Turner has a long slow contemplative sense of time.It is that moment in history where industrialization - capitalism - is just beginning.Turner is acutely aware of this as he watches the smoke from a ship among smaller ones with sails. When we see him seeing the train, the smoke, the lovely undulations in it and a smoke ring as a touch of aesthetic humor, we see the paradox of the destruction of the landscape it will make in the future, and also the beauty if you allow yourself time to contemplate, an experience that is leaving humans very quickly.I guess this is what I like so much about your writing Molly, your determination to continue to contemplate and write from that perception.It is a lovely gift to your readers and one worth keeping for yourself.
I studied with John McCoubrey at one time. An art historian of the 20th century who was the recognized Turner specialist.You might want to find his book at the library. It is a gem.He himself was a romantic in his perception and a generous man with his mind, a perfect biographer for Turner, an often crude man.
I hope you are collecting your movie reviews as you are so original and personal with them.
Does finnegan ridge have an album out?
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