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Musician's Spotlight
2:04 pm
Wed September 4, 2013

Nathalie Pires

Musician's Spotlight, September 3rd, 2013: Nathalie Pires

Her father named her after a Julio Iglesias song, but it was the mysterious sounds of Fado music, from her family's homeland of Portugal, that captivated young "Jersey girl" Nathalie Pires and inspired her musical career, bringing Fado's soaring melodies and dramatic stories to audiences across the globe.

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Fiction
1:07 pm
Wed September 4, 2013

Rick Bass Conjures an Elephant that Walks Across West Texas

All The Land To Hold Us, a novel by Rick Bass

During this program, Rick Bass talks with TWQ producer Chérie Newman about his novel All the Land to Hold Us. He also reads a passage from the book.

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Smuin Ballet
11:12 am
Wed September 4, 2013

Missoula native Michael Smuin’s ballet legacy alive and well

Smuin Ballet company performing work based on the music of Patsy Cline
Credit David DeSilva

The Smuin Ballet will celebrate its 20th anniversary with performances in Missoula and Great Falls this month.

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Glacier National Park
10:42 am
Wed September 4, 2013

93 year old ranger celebrates 22 years at Glacier Park

Park Ranger Lyle Ruterbories on one of the final days of his 22nd season as a Glacier National Park Ranger.
Credit Katrin Frye

Glacier as a National Park was only 10-years-old when Lyle Ruterbories was born. When the first cars drove over the completed Going-to-the-Sun-Highway Ruterbories was 13.

In his 70’s he became a ranger, and his wife Marge a campground host at the remote Kintla Lake campground.

Now, at the age of 93-and-a-half he’s still the camp ranger.

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Commentary - August 30th, 2013
2:24 pm
Tue September 3, 2013

In Montana, We Don’t Let Our Neighbors Go Hungry

This week, children across the state headed back to school after another beautiful Montana summer. And while there are many kids who wished summer would last forever, there are also kids in every community in the state, who are excited to get back to the classroom - because back to school means getting enough to eat.

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Healthy Snacks
1:39 pm
Tue September 3, 2013

Healthy snacks not an oxymoron for this new Missoula company

Credit Sally Mauk

You get that craving say mid-afternoon, when the computer is down, and dinner is still hours away; you go to the vending machine and punch the Cheetos button.

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West Nile Virus
1:12 pm
Mon September 2, 2013

West Nile strikes more Montana horses

The Montana Department of Livestock has confirmed several new cases of West Nile virus in Montana horses over the past week.

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In Other Words
8:00 am
Mon September 2, 2013

Ending Child Hunger in Montana

Credit Montana Food Bank Network

"In Other Words," Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013: "Ending Child Hunger in Montana."

Producer: Beth Judy, with Bonnie Buckingham, Executive Director of the  Community Food and Agriculture Coalition of Missoula, and guests Minke Medora and Lorianne Burhop of the Montana Food Bank Network.

"In Other Words:"  http://inotherwordsradio.wordpress.com/

The Montana Food Bank Network: http://mfbn.org/

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Front Row Center
9:03 pm
Fri August 30, 2013

The Irish Are Coming: Irish Music in Missoula and Butte

"Front Row Center," Sunday, September 1st, 2013: Michael Marsolek talks with Traolach O'Riordain, Director of the Irish Studies Program at The University of Montana, about the Fall 2013 Irish Music Concert Series hosted by the Friends of Irish Studies of the West.

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MTPR Music
5:05 pm
Fri August 30, 2013

Parliament-Funkadelic Mothership Lands in the Smithsonian

In the "Old-News-Is-Good-News" Department: The Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture has acquired The Mothership. Starting in 2015, you'll be able to admire the spacecraft that, amid a blaze of stagecraft and cannabis smoke, brought funkadelic to the people. Actually, it's a replica Mothership, built in the 1990s; the whereabouts of the original are unknown.

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