April 2019

The Compassion Project

Spreading Compassion Through Education And Art

Two years of grassroots fundraising and organizing are coming to an exciting and celebratory finale for The Compassion Project (TCP), an arts-based educational outreach program managed by MSU’s College of Education, Health & Human…

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March 2019

Bozeman from the Heart

To open a book is to enter a conversation. If it’s fiction, the reader becomes a character, reacting to the behaviors and thoughts of those whose world she has been introduced to. If it’s nonfiction, she enters a dialogue with the…

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July 2018

Sweet Pea & SLAM Festivals Rock

Get As Much Art & Culture As You Can

by Angie Ripple

The Sweet Pea Festival isn’t just packed into the first weekend of August, it actually begins in July with the annual juried art show running from July 13-August 6 at ERA Landmark on Main Street, followed by Chalk on the Walk on July…

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February 2018

Reinvented RIALTO Reopens for Business

by Angie Ripple, photos by Zach Hoffman

With nearly a dozen events under its belt since opening night January 17, 2018, the newly renovated Rialto Theatre in downtown Bozeman is breaking its way as a new hub for culture and entertainment, as is their vision. From peanut stand to…

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August 2016

Capturing the Homesteaders’ Spirit

by Sarah Cairoli

When I look around at Bozeman now, it is hard to imagine what it was like a century ago. However, the minute I venture to the mountains or plains, I can sense the overwhelming immensity that must have greeted early Montana homesteaders. The…

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August 2016

Bozeman - The Sweet Pea City

revised from August 2014 article

by Angie Ripple

Bozeman and the Gallatin Valley have been known as the valley of the flowers since only native Americans roamed the area. In the early 1900’s over 17,000 acres of the valley were planted in edible peas harvested both for canning and…

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