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Travel Journalism: The “Write” Class to take

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Travel Journalism: The “Write” Class to take

by Kelly Logie   Ever since I was little, I loved to write. I knew I wasn’t the best writer out there, but it was something that I could do to express how I was truly feeling about a certain subject. Writing essays though? Not my thing. I loved creating short stories, and making the…

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Manito or Manit-SNOW? Spokane’s Best Winter Wedding and Engagement Spot

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Manito or Manit-SNOW? Spokane’s Best Winter Wedding and Engagement Spot

by, Kelly Logie   On my first trip to the iconic Spokane park, I looked outside my car window at the snow-covered fields, while my car stumbled along the icy road.   If you have ever been to Manito Park before, I know what you’re thinking. Why did you visit the park for the first…

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The Selfie Syndrome: Why You Need to Put Your Phone Down on Vacation

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The Selfie Syndrome: Why You Need to Put Your Phone Down on Vacation

by, Kelly Logie   Imagine. You’ve been looking forward to your winter vacation for months. The plane ride is long and boring, but you look out the window and see the beautiful trees and fresh snow you’ve been fantasizing about. You get to your hotel, head to a stunning lookout point on the mountain, and it’s not…

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Winter BrewFest in Missoula

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Winter BrewFest in Missoula

by, Kelly Logie   Want to shake off those winter blues? Come to downtown Missoula’s Winter BrewFest and enjoy some local beer. At its sixth annual event, be able to taste beer from over a dozen of different breweries. Some of the festivities include sampling over forty local Montana taps, and eating food from vendors…

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Is Spokane’s Davenport Hotel Collection still ‘grand’ over 100 years later?

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Is Spokane’s Davenport Hotel Collection still ‘grand’ over 100 years later?

by, Kelly Logie   As you’re driving through downtown Spokane, you don’t expect to find anything too glamorous. Spokane is beautiful in its own way, but let’s face it. It isn’t a Paris, London, or New York.   You see the big buildings out of your car window, along with the river and evergreen trees surrounding…

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Annual Family Concert from the Missoula Symphony Orchestra

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Annual Family Concert from the Missoula Symphony Orchestra

by, Kelly Logie   Want to play games with the family while listening to some great music? Come to Missoula Symphony Orchestra’s annual family concert, where you can experience classical music and fun for the whole family. The educational concert will introduce your kids to orchestra instruments, as well as music from Ravel, Rimsky-Korsakov, Strauss,…

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Tango at the Missoula Winery

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Tango at the Missoula Winery

by, Kelly Logie   The growing Missoula tango community is offering an exceptional dance event on Saturday, January 30th from 8 p.m. to midnight. The Argentine Tango event is being held at the Missoula Winery, which includes a beginning dance lesson for those who are new to tango. Throughout the evening, there will be raffles,…

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The Fly Fishing Film Tour coming to Missoula

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The Fly Fishing Film Tour coming to Missoula

by Kelly Logie   On Saturday, January 30th,  The Fly Fishing Film Tour is coming to Missoula at The Wilma. As the first and most prominent demonstration of fly fishing film, The Fly Fishing Film Tour is unlike anything else. In its tenth anniversary, viewers are exposed to fly fishing stories from British Columbia to…

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Visit Radius Gallery’s Art Exhibition in Missoula

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Visit Radius Gallery’s Art Exhibition in Missoula

by, Kelly Logie   If you’re looking to observe fine art in the Missoula area, make sure to stop by the Radius Gallery. From January 12th through February 20th, the Radius Gallery will be exhibiting work from local Missoula artists. The featured artists include photographer Lucy Capehart, ceramic sculptor Randi O’Brien, and kinetic assemblage artist…

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Tribal Seeds coming to Missoula

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Tribal Seeds coming to Missoula

by Kelly Logie   Tribal Seeds, an award-winning musical group from San Diego, is coming soon to Missoula. The group is known for combining reggae, rock, and spiritual sounds in their music. Tribal Seeds was started by two brothers, Tony-Ray Jacobo (keyboard player, producer, back up vocals) and Steven Rene Jacobo (guitar, lyrics, vocals). The…

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