April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
No community is immune to the threat of sexual assault, and the first step toward protecting ourselves and our neighbors is having an open conversation about what's really going on.
Will Banning Cellphone Use While Driving Lead to a Safer Missoula?
A growing number of people believe there is one place where you should never press your talk button: behind the wheel.
10 Things You Didn’t Know About “Titanic”
We dug up some "Titanic" movie facts that are probably new to even the most hardcore Leonardo Dicaprio fans.
Saving Daylight, Losing Sleep
If daylight saving time has thrown off your sleep schedule, you're not alone. But it is possible to get back on track.
UM Food Fest this Weekend
UM's International Food Festival features a smorgasbord of authentic foreign food and prices so low that you can try them all.
New Routes for Missoula Buses
Mountain Line will present its proposals for alternative bus routes at public workshops this week. Find out how to voice your opinion on the matter.
Yoga as an Olympic Sport?
Should stretching enthusiasts have the chance to go for the gold at the Olympic Games? The founder of USA Yoga thinks so.
Community Fights to Save UM Golf Course
The University of Montana’s plans to develop the area known as South Campus has a lot of people seeing red over the possible loss of green.
Basketball Brackets: Is There a Secret to the Madness?
There's always plenty of buzz about NCAA tournament brackets this time of year. But is there really a winning strategy?
Running for Luck
Missoula's annual Irish-themed road race gave local runners a reason to celebrate St. Patrick's Day a little early.