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December Cover Artist: Jacob Raab

Saturday Dec. 1

Jacob Raab is a freelance photographer and musician who has spent the last two-plus years living out of a Toyota Camry, driving back and forth across the USA and Canada in search of alpine playgrounds. He has been climbing for over a decade,…

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Fermentana Beer Maven

by Angie Ripple  |  Saturday Dec. 1

Fermentana is excited to kick off the second round of Beer Maven in 2019. As Montana’s first-ever, female-only beer event series celebrating women and beer, Beer Maven offers women the opportunity to expand and develop their beer…

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What's Your Beef? The Housing-Anxiety Blues

Seth Ward  |  Saturday Dec. 1

It’s 5:13AM on a Tuesday and I really should be sleeping. Yesterday the Gallatin Association of Realtors reported that Bozeman home prices rose an eye-watering twenty percent in just the last year. Half of homes now sell for over…

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9 Months of Winter

Saturday Dec. 1

The menacing groan of steel against asphalt stirs me from my slumber. The noise is familiar and reliable, but always wakes me with the same thought...I wonder how much snow we got? It’s 6 a.m., the precise time the dedicated…

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Meeting the Mountains Meeting Myself

How One Moment Of Online Bravery Changed My Life In The Real World

Saturday Dec. 1

I shuffled my feet in the snow, watching the small glow of a headlamp move up a wall of ice, illuminating a few round feet at a time in the quiet dark of Hyalite Canyon. I’d never ice climbed before. My sum lifetime experiences…

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Campfire Stories Living Intestines

Grant Soukop  |  Saturday Dec. 1

Campfire stories can be great fun. Here are some tips and tricks to help you spin a great yarn at your next campfire. It is okay to think out of the box, but you do need to use themes that are a unique to get the listeners’ attention.…

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On The Slopes Again

by Jerry Schuster  |  Saturday Dec. 1

Preparing for the upcoming winter snow sports season is exciting for me this year. Sure, go ahead and ask why. Well, since you insist, let me tell you about my new robot. It all started when I was getting our summer gear put away and the…

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A Chambers-Fisher Company Christmas

by Rachel Phillips   |  Saturday Dec. 1

In November and December of 1955, the local newspapers were filled with large advertisements from Chambers-Fisher Company. Sometimes comprising an entire page, these ads featured illustrations of popular Christmas gifts and catchy phrases…

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Bozeman Real Estate Report: December

by Tim Ford  |  Saturday Dec. 1

As we move into the winter months; skiers are sharpening their edges, some folks are attempting to untangle their huge knot of Christmas lights, and many children have already lost at least one mitten that was supposed to last until March.…

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That1Guy New Years Eve

Saturday Dec. 1

With an amazing track record of unique and imaginative performances featuringhis curious instrument and copious amounts of originality, Mike Silverman aka That1Guy has set himself apart as a true one-of-a-kind talent that rivals any other…

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Once Upon A Child

Saturday Dec. 1

Kids look so great in stylish outfits, but who wants to pay high-end prices when clothes are outgrown so quickly? Once Upon A Child offers the perfect solution: the latest in gently used brand name clothes, shoes, toys, books, equipment, and…

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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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