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State of the Market

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

The New Year is upon us. 2011 is here. It’s time to take a look back at 2010 and see how Real Estate sales faired compared to previous years. By now, most everyone knows that Real Estate sales have suffered a down turn. But are things…

Cultivating a New Year

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

The holidays are behind us and a new year has begun. Field Day Farms sent me a newsletter letting me know that they are planting seeds in their greenhouse in preparation for the coming spring, followed closely by the Farmers’ Market. The…

A Valentine Sampler

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

There are certain comestibles that tickle tastebuds, flutter eyelids, and cause some of us to fairly swoon. They are our favorite foods–waistband and nutritional constraints be hanged. For the devout they are in a category so prized…

Cherlyn Wilcox

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

Cherlyn Wilcox, a 4-year resident of Bozeman is grateful to be immersed in art. As an Emerson employee directing Marketing and Membership, creativity is something she treasures about her job. “I am so lucky to have the freedom to be…

Seneca Boards Interview

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

I recently talked with Seneca Boards owner, Eric Newman to talk skiing, manufacturing, and all about Montana’s only custom ski company. What I got back was more than what I asked for, he reminded me why we ski and what skiing really…

How to Boost Profits in 2011 with a Print Newsletter

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

Despite the popularity of the web one of the most profitable marketing tools is a good, old-fashioned print newsletter that arrives inyour customer’s mailbox once a month. Is it more expensive than sending an email? Yep. But, because…

Four Business Builders Your Company Must Know About

Mon. Jan. 31st, 2011

Chances are you’ve never heard of H. Igor Ansoff. That’s OK, for many years I hadn’t heard of him either. He is commonly known as the “father of Strategic Management.” If you implement his business theories, it just might make the…

Exhibit: Main Street Building Names

Mon. Jan. 24th, 2011

What’s in a name?  Come to the Pioneer Museum and see some of the Main Street buildings with a name emblazoned along the roof line.  Find out the “who” and “what” of the buildings.  The Pioneer Museum, 317 W. Main, has mounted…

Seeking Nominations for the 3rd annual Cornerstone Award

Sat. Jan. 15th, 2011

The Bozeman Public Library Foundation is seeking nominations for the 3rd annual Cornerstone Award.  This award is presented annually to an individual who has made a significant contribution to literature, libraries, and learning in the…

Pint Sized Play has started!

Sat. Jan. 15th, 2011

Please join us as you can, it could be one or many! Hope to see you! Pint-Sized Play, (PSP) is a parent-child group, available for parents and their children 0-5 years of age, in the listed school attendance area. This is a 10-week series…

Winners: 1st Downtown Bozeman Facebook Photography Contest

Mon. Jan. 10th, 2011

The Downtown Bozeman Association (DBA) is excited to announce the winners of the 1st Downtown Bozeman Facebook Photography Contest. The contest was the first of its kind for the Downtown Bozeman Association. The contest was held December 13,…

Camp Equinox Registration

Fri. Jan. 7th, 2011

Camp Equinox is now accepting registration and scholarship applications for its 16th year of the Summer Theatre Day Camp! The camp is held at Learning Circle Montessori, at 3001 West Villard, in Bozeman. Camp Equinox offers two separate…

Kid’s Coloring Page

Wed. Jan. 5th, 2011

Send your colored page to info@bozemanmagazine.com and we will post it here for you and your family and friends to enjoy! We live in Estes Park, Colorado and just visited Bozeman for our son’s wedding on 1/1/11.  During a wait at…

A sit down with One Leaf Clover

Fri. Dec. 31st, 2010

Walking into their rehearsal space, one thing becomes apparent. One Leaf Clover likes what they do. With the temperature in the “studio” hovering about 38 degrees, it is cold. “Do you guys maybe wanna reschedule this for a warmer day”…

Lost Trail: Great Terrain, Fun for Families & Powder Thursdays

Fri. Dec. 31st, 2010

Sitting atop the Continental Divide, on Highway 93 where Montana and Idaho meet is Lost Trail Powder Mountain. The base lodge is located in Montana, but from there you can ski to Chair #2 where the loading area is located in Idaho. With 1800…

The ‘New’ Bridger Bowl

Fri. Dec. 31st, 2010

It’s not the first time that Bridger Bowl has changed the location or configuration of their Bridger Lift, but it is the biggest change to the way the terrain it services will be skiied since the midway loading station was removed from the…

Health Care: Prevention

Thu. Dec. 30th, 2010

Prevention: avoidance, deterrence, preclusion, hindrance; most often when we think of the concept of prevention, in general we associate the word with the thought of stopping the actions of another, or someone attempting to hinder our…

A Knock on the Door

Thu. Dec. 30th, 2010

Ah, the beginning of a new year. What gifts do we seek? What virtues can we claim in these troubled times? I find myself trying to simplify as one year winds down and the next revs up. It seems pretty apparent that I’m not going to…

Resolutions

Thu. Dec. 30th, 2010

When you reach a certain age—as in, over sixty–you recognize that some New Year’s resolutions are just plain stupid. Not all, mind you, but—especially in the diet department–personal history (also known as flop and failure,…