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June Cover Artist: Franklin Hessler

Monday Jun. 3

Franklin Hessler is originally from Minnesota and ended up in Montana via Yellowstone National Park like many other savages (as concessionaire employees are referred to in the park). Just out of college he got a job working in the park and…

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Bozeman Real Estate Report: May

by Tim Ford  |  Wednesday May. 1

As the spring thaw slowly takes place, bears are coming out of hibernation and so are many buyers and sellers of real estate. Buyers have actually been out and about all winter, but inventory levels have been low, so there hasn’t been…

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Top 10 Bozeman Happy Hour Spots

Kate Springer  |  Wednesday May. 1

The days are getting longer meaning rather than heading home at the end of the workday to hunker down from the cold, everyone is more likely to participate in happy hour! Luckily in Bozeman, there are many great places to choose from and…

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Featured Bozemanite: Dr. Deborah McCauley

Global Wildlife Veterinarian & Bozeman Social Entrepreneur

Vandana Sood-Giddings  |  Wednesday May. 1

VIEW (Veterinary Initiative for Endangered Wildlife) is the ONLY wildlife conservation organization focused solely on addressing the health threats of endangered wildlife as part of a comprehensive strategy, and it is participating in Give…

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A Streetcar Named Desire

Kevin Brustuen  |  Wednesday May. 1

Big Sky Community Theater is offering a production of Tennessee Williams’s A Streetcar Named Desire. Streetcar will be performed for one day only, May 16, at the Warren Miller Center for the Performing Arts in Big Sky.  Directed by…

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Symphony at the Shane

Wednesday May. 1

Bozeman Symphony musicians will be featured as part of the concert series, Symphony at the Shane, presented by the Bozeman Symphony, at the Shane Lalani Center for the Arts – 415 East Lewis Street, Livingston, MT – on Thursday,…

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Wild Crumb Bakery

by Angie Ripple  |  Wednesday May. 1

Mix the ingredients of creative and dynamic twin sisters and magical Montana and you get Wild Crumb Bakery, Bozeman’s Choice Bakery for four years running. Caroline Schweitzer and Lauren Heemstra have created a light, bright, warm…

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May Cover Artist: Mitchell Sander

Wednesday May. 1

Artist Mitch Sander, originally from Bismarck, ND, moved to Bozeman, MT, in 2010 to follow his passion in art. He began to paint & sell his work at local art events and coffee shops. In 2014, Mitch picked up a pair of pliers and began to…

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Bozeman Real Estate

Earth Day Improvements For Your Home

by Tim Ford  |  Monday Apr. 1

Being the month of Earth Day, April is a great time of the year to look at some ways to make a home more energy efficient. This has been an unusually cold winter in Bozeman, and I’m sure many are looking for ways to reduce their…

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Earth Day, Every Day

by Angie Ripple  |  Monday Apr. 1

You’ve probably seen Jan Schweitzer with her large yellow trash bag along a Bozeman city street or Huffine Lane at least once. For the past three years, Jan has been walking the streets and roadways of Bozeman picking up trash along the…

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The Compassion Project

Spreading Compassion Through Education And Art

Monday Apr. 1

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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Gallatin Wilderness: Don’t be Fooled by the Noise

Monday Apr. 1

The Custer Gallatin National Forest has just released its draft environmental impact statement concerning the revised forest plan. There has been much in the paper recently about the best way forward. Everyone seems to have an opinion as if…

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