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April 2017

Taco Montes

Cassi Miller

Personality and charm. Bozeman has it in spades. Each neighborhood you cruise through and each street you walk down possesses its own sense of place. The Willson Avenue area is steeped in history and gorgeous, old architecture. The North…

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March 2017

Five On Black

photos by Zach Hoffman, by Cassi Miller

When we think about food and Montana, there are some traditional staples that always come to mind: steak, buffalo burgers, and huckleberries just to name a few. It is cowboy, old west, chuck wagon fare. Montana food is hearty, rich, and…

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February 2017

The Haufbrau: A Bozeman Icon

Cassi Miller

Locals and transplants alike know there are certain things one must do as rites of passage when you become a citizen of Bozeman. You have to hike the M. In the summertime, you have to float the Madison. You have to attend a Farmer’s…

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December 2016

Exude Love: Cateye Cafe

Cassi Miller

Do you know that feeling when you just instantly click with someone you’ve never met before? There’s trepidation in going to a new place or meeting someone new, and if they are able to help in some way by cutting through that…

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November 2016

Ted's Montana Grill

photos by Zach Hoffman, by Cassi Miller

Part of the allure of the West is our celebration and desire for hearty, delicious food. Looking at our heritage and history, food is what brings people together for nourishment, both in body and in soul. It’s easy to imagine a group of…

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September 2016

Biankini’s

photos by Zach Hoffman, by Cassi Miller

To look at North 19th Avenue in Bozeman is to look at what seems like an endless array of chains. Don’t get me wrong, I do think chain and big box stores serve a very valuable purpose to a community (employing local people, namely), but…

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