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What's Your Beef: The Christmas Gift ~ Bozeman Style ~

by Jerry Schuster  |  Fri. Dec. 1st, 2017

Have you been thinking about your Christmas gift ideas for family and friends? Okay, it’s a dumb question, of course you have. Just checking to see if your mind is alert.Here are some gift ideas for you, the good and faithful readers of…

West Yellowstone A Surprising Backcountry Ski Destination

Fri. Dec. 1st, 2017

Bridger and Hyalite canyons offer backcountry skiing in Bozeman’s backyard with plenty of options to keep a skier busy all winter. Some might question why a Bozemanite would go anywhere else. Every so often wanderlust or boredom…

Top 5 Fitness Tips for 2018

by Campbell Gerrish  |  Fri. Dec. 1st, 2017

Here are a few tips for your sports, ski, health maintenance, or tool-for-self-discovery fitness training in the New Year! 1 Decide on your “Why.”  This is an obvious tip at first, but take a look deeper, and there’s…

A ‘Hockey’ League of Their Own

Fri. Dec. 1st, 2017

Gordie Howe (aka Mr. Hockey) was the oldest person to ever play in the NHL, retiring at the ripe age of 52, proving to the world that even in the demanding sport that is ice hockey, age is but a number. It is well-known that hockey is a…

The Long Winter’s Nap

by Phil Cameron  |  Fri. Dec. 1st, 2017

If I had to choose a “spirit animal,” I’m pretty sure it would be a bear. Not only do they enjoy the spring, summer and fall outside; they get to enjoy fishing, hunting, and eating huckleberries, getting fat to sleep it off…

A Winter’s Madrigal - ONE WEEKEND ONLY!

Fri. Dec. 1st, 2017

Just imagine… A room dimly lit by candles and sparkling lights on a Christmas tree forest. Music begins and glittering fairies swirl out from pines to dance around guests’ tables bringing magic to awake an old castle asleep for…

Bozeman Real Estate - Market Report

by Tim Ford  |  Fri. Dec. 1st, 2017

As we get into the fall and winter months, I often chat with people that think winter is not a good time to buy or sell a home. For the past few years, I’ve been analyzing the number of contracts versus the number of new listings during…

Dean’s Zesty Booch

Jessica Lewis  |  Fri. Dec. 1st, 2017

From the moment I walked in, I could see and smell the quality and feel the good vibes that were rolling out of Dean’s Zesty Booch. I was hit with the welcoming smell of incense and with a warm bell tone produced by the singing bowl…

Red Chair Café and Bar

Jessica Lewis  |  Fri. Dec. 1st, 2017

Whether you are looking for some coffee, breakfast, lunch, a sweet treat, a happy hour cocktail or dinner, you can find it at Red Chair Café and Bar. Located on the west end of Bozeman, Red Chair offer’s fresh, locally sourced…

Montana Homegrown Radio

Seth Ward  |  Fri. Dec. 1st, 2017

Dirk Alan is on a mission to connect Montana’s musicians with local audiences. After spending years as a working musician and talent scout in large cities on the West Coast, he returned home to Bozeman to find himself “blown away…

Bozeman Symphony Makes History at 50

Resounding Jubilation

by Kathleen Melee   |  Fri. Dec. 1st, 2017

The Bozeman Symphony was founded in 1968 as a college community orchestra, giving both music faculty at Montana State University and community members an ensemble in which they could perform the great symphonic masterworks. The early years…

December Cover Artist: David Janssen

Fri. Dec. 1st, 2017

David Janssen is a Bozeman resident who immerses himself in a variety of creative endeavors stemming from his love for the outdoors and fascination with the human connection to the environment. Born and raised in Lakewood, CO, he moved to…