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Hurricanes in the Heart

by Kris Drummond  |  Thursday Nov. 1

“We do not see that what we devalue and destroy is part of ourselves. We do not see that we aren’t merely conditionally dependent on the oceans, rainforests, and every living system on Earth for survival; that something more…

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The ‘Chunch’ Lady Gina Albini

by Jerry Schuster  |  Thursday Nov. 1

If you shop for groceries in Bozeman, you have probably seen Gina Albini in action. She is the volunteer head of the free student lunch ministry sponsored by Resurrection Catholic Parish in Bozeman. The home-style meal is served at midday on…

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House Hacking Bozeman

by Tim Ford  |  Thursday Nov. 1

As Bozeman looks to attract new talent and to retain MSU grads, finding housing for those new to the work force can be a challenge. Affordable housing is a hot topic in Bozeman. One solution can be house hacking.House hacking is a term often…

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Sixteen Names on a Plaque

The Mortal Toll of the First World War at Montana State College

Thursday Nov. 1

Just inside the main west entry of the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse is a plaque at the top of which is the text:  “THESE STUDENTS OF MONTANA STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS GAVE THEIR LIVES IN DEFENSE OF HUMANITY IN THE…

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Let Slip the Dogs of War

Julius Caesar at the Ellen

Kevin Brustuen  |  Thursday Nov. 1

"Beware the Ides of March!” Thus spoke the soothsayer to Julius Caesar a few days before he was murdered on March 15, 44 B.C. Shakespeare in the Schools now brings the history and the tragedy of Julius Caesar back to life for a brief…

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Greg Owens in Montana

Thursday Nov. 1

Bozeman Magazine spoke with playwright Greg Owens, who has lived and written in Bozeman for nearly 20 years, about an upcoming milestone in his career and how he’s gathering with friends and family at Verge Theater to…

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Dash Out To See Dash

by Angie Ripple  |  Thursday Nov. 1

Bozeman band DASH was formed out of a love for light-a-fire-under-your-ass rockin’ soul music and a desire for honest and entertaining lyrics. DASH began writing songs together in early 2018 with a passion for getting people out on the…

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Painted Hills Gap Complete

Main Street now Connected to the Mountains with Trails

Thursday Nov. 1

We’ll be more than a little proud on that summer day in the not-too-distant future when we’re able to walk the nearly ten miles of trail from Lindley Park to public land in the Hyalites and say ‘Main Street to Mountains- We…

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Ski MT

by Angie Ripple  |  Thursday Nov. 1

For me skiing began before I could talk—on the back of my father, cross-country skiing through the wilderness of Montana. It took until I was sixteen to meet a friend excited enough about downhill skiing to volunteer to teach me. Her…

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When Things Get Tough Get Outdoors

Montana Grant  |  Thursday Nov. 1

Most sad, mean, hateful, and miserable people have few hobbies or outdoor interests! They stew in their own lonely and sorrowful swill while searching for ways to lower the bar to their level. Instead of using their energy and resources to do…

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November Cover Artist: Gabe Priestley

Thursday Nov. 1

Gabe Priestley is a landscape, lifestyle, and action sports photographer and cinematographer. His main objective is to capture the feelings he loves to surround himself with: that chilly sunrise that took all energy to get out of the sleeping…

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What's Your Beef? You’re So Brave!

Thursday Nov. 1

"You’re So Brave!" That was the comment I heard over and over after a girlfriend and I decided to head straight into the belly of the beast and attend the September MAGA rally at Billings’ MetraPark Arena. We decided not to…

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Bozeman Real Estate Report: October

by Tim Ford  |  Monday Oct. 1

As cooler nights move into the valley, one can feel it; fall is in the air. Some welcome the change as they look towards hunting season and the return of MSU students. Others lament how fast the summer went. Fall is a great time of the year…

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Is TheTruth Out There?

by Pat Hill  |  Monday Oct. 1

Some Paradise Valley residents have noticed a few quirks in the skies above the beautiful Paradise Valley this year. “I’d seen some odd lights over Hyalite while out walking the dogs in the mornings before, but didn’t really…

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Symbolism in Bozeman’s Sunset Hills Cemetery

Monday Oct. 1

As the leaves begin to change, the days shorten, and fall approaches, it is a perfect time to pay a visit to Sunset Hills Cemetery located at the south side of Lindley Park. The historic section of the cemetery is a perfect place to take a…

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