Sunday Sinnings

by Kelly Hartman  |  Friday Nov. 1

When one digs back into the history of the “Wild West,” one too often finds that culture predominated and most places were not as “wild” as we would probably hope to find. Even Cooke City, located at the Northeast…

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Do I need to work out before ski season?

I’m not an Olympian

Sarah May  |  Friday Nov. 1

As fresh snow blankets the Bridgers and Big Sky comes to life, we break out our skis with eager anticipation of fresh powder and days spent skiing down the mountains we call home. For most of us, skiing is a seasonal recreation and we…

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Howl! A Montana Love Story

Kevin Brustuen  |  Friday Nov. 1

In 1995, wolves were successfully reintroduced into the Yellowstone National Park region after an absence of 70 years. Before long, the wolves formed into several viable packs, expanding their ranges to create their own territories.…

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Cosmic Pizza Belgrade & Bozeman

by Angie Ripple  |  Friday Nov. 1

Truth be told, Ken Burger and I have known each other for nearly twenty years. Both Brian and I have worked for Ken, he at West Coast Gourmet Pizza as a delivery driver, and I as an assistant manager at Cosmic Pizza in Bozeman while I…

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Bar 3 BBQ

Elizabeth Anderson  |  Friday Nov. 1

Find here the true makings of southern soul food with Big Sky country style Bozemanites have known Bar 3 for nearly two decades, but the restaurant recently gained new ground right down the road off of East Main in Belgrade. There’s no…

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November Cover Artist: Matt C. Jackson

Friday Nov. 1

Matt C. Jackson is a Ph.D. student in environmental engineering at Montana State University where his research focuses on sustainable wastewater treatment and algal cultivation. He has lived in Bozeman for the past five years where he has…

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150th Issue

by Angie Ripple  |  Friday Nov. 1

Welcome to the November 2019 issue of Bozeman Magazine, our 150th issue! Each month when I take the time to write an editor’s note, I try to impart something of value and encourage readers to explore the pages of the magazine with…

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October Cover Artist: Josh Maierle

Tuesday Oct. 1

Josh Maierle is a third generation Montanan living in Bozeman. Josh wonders if you can relate to how Montana gets under your skin, in a good way, in a way that never leaves once it’s there. This place, the colors, landscapes, wildlife…

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A House to Clean

Andrew Jefferis  |  Tuesday Oct. 1

Would you like to hear a ghost story? To begin, I should make it very clear that ghosts do not exist. Feel free to have your own opinions about this, but a human soul cannot be bound to the world after death. Demons, however, roam the world…

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Home Fall Prep

by Tim Ford  |  Tuesday Oct. 1

Summer seemed a little shorter this year than some others. However, the reprieve from smoke was welcomed in comparison to the past few summers. As our nights get cooler and we move into fall, it’s a great time of year to look around the…

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Bozeman’s Week of Horror

Tuesday Oct. 1

It was a somber winter Sunday in the burgeoning town of Bozeman. The date was February 2, 1873, and a small procession accompanied a tiny coffin along the muddy streets toward the graveyard on the hill.   If not for a crowd gathering…

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Aunt Dofe’s Hall of Recent Memory

by Keith Martinez  |  Tuesday Oct. 1

The Montana art community suffered a gigantic loss in 2016 when Dave Kirk passed away. Dave was an artist, a friend, and the owner and curator of Aunt Dofe’s Hall of Recent Memory, a beloved art gallery in Willow Creek, Montana.Aunt…

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