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September Cover Artist: Callie Albrecht

Tuesday Sep. 1

Callie Albrecht was born and raised in the Gallatin Valley in the early ‘90s. Shortly after graduating high school, she embarked on a journey abroad to Central America. There she spent four years for Bible education work and was able to…

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Q&A With a COVID-19 Survivor

Cassie Pfannenstiel  |  Tuesday Sep. 1

America has been facing the global COVID-19 pandemic for several months now, and though it may seem like things are returning to normal again, the threat of the virus is still very real. Even in Montana, local businesses and residents are…

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Tips for Visitors to National & State Parks

How To Enjoy The Outdoors With COVID-19

Tuesday Sep. 1

When it comes to planning your visit, you’re going to want to cover all the usual bases: where you’re going, what you’ll need to bring, what the conditions are like, and who you’re traveling with. With COVID-19 in…

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Every Picture Tells A Story

Montana Grant  |  Tuesday Sep. 1

A picture is worth a thousand words. How you take a picture is worth the time. You need to only look at the piles of old family fish pictures from years ago to agree with this statement. They are out of focus, fuzzy, unframed, and lousy.…

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Riding For Science

by Kris Drummond  |  Tuesday Sep. 1

August 8th, 2020, 7:00 am. That morning, like a single sudden morning every summer, I woke up reminded that seasons exist just when I was starting to consider a bedroom air conditioner. The first clue of the shift comes as an abrupt and…

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Verge Theatre Curtain Call for 2304 N. 7th

Tuesday Sep. 1

What I’m about to tell you is very difficult, but it is done with great gratitude and optimism for the future: It’s time to move on from our beloved strip mall.This theater has been our home for 22 years. While no one person has…

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Baroque Music Montana

Kevin Brustuen  |  Tuesday Sep. 1

Alessandro Stradella was one of the 17th century’s finest Baroque composers—and one of its most threatened composers due to his passion for wine, women, and song. Stradella lived in Venice, played the lute, composed music, and…

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Local & Fresh: Brando's Wing Co.

by Angie Ripple  |  Tuesday Sep. 1

Brandon Hale is a fifth-generation restaurant owner who, after losing his mother to Alzheimer’s realized his dream of opening his own restaurant and got to living. Brandon and his wife Stephanie opened Brando’s Wing Co. on June…

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Belgrade Real Estate Market Report

by Tim Ford  |  Tuesday Sep. 1

While this column generally focuses on Bozeman’s real estate market, the community of Belgrade is also an integral part of the Gallatin Valley. This month, we’ll look at how the Real Estate Market has fared there.From the first of…

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20th Anniversary for NE Neighborhood’s Parade of Sheds

The Parade of Sheds is a self-guided tour taking place on Saturday, September 12

Tuesday Sep. 1

This year the novel coronavirus has rained on quite a few parades, but that isn’t stopping Bozeman’s Northeast Neighborhood from celebrating the 20th Anniversary of its infamous Parade of Sheds. While there won’t be an…

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August Cover Artist: Rod Benson

Saturday Aug. 1

Rod Benson was born and raised on the Montana Hi-Line. He taught high school science for 37 years, serving as an Earth Science teacher at Helena High from 1994-2019. After a brief retirement, Rod started teaching again at Hays-Lodge Pole High…

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Bozeman Real Estate Market Report

by Tim Ford  |  Saturday Aug. 1

The first 6 months of 2020 are behind us, and what a crazy 6 months it has been. Sitting at the halfway point, I thought it appropriate to look back and see how the local real estate market has fared over these tumultuous months.  A…

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Local Artist Brown Bags It

Saturday Aug. 1

During stay-at-home times, many of us found restaurant take-out bags piling up in our “reuse-it-someday” supplies. One Bozeman local, illustrator Marla Goodman, has plenty of ideas for what to do with all that brown paper. While…

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Tiny Libraries

Seth Ward  |  Saturday Aug. 1

Earlier this year, when stay-at-home became a way of life, many of us found ourselves with excess time on our hands. This kind of mandated free time, not unlike the kind imposed by winter storms, is nothing new to Montanans. It is a…

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