An Interview with ‘Suckers Guitarist, Dan’Thunder’ Bolton

Fri. Sep. 2nd, 2011

Bo: The Supersuckers have been around since most college-aged kids have been alive…since 1988. What does it feel like now to still be doing shows in 2011? Did you ever think you guys would still be existing today? DB: Well, that’s one…

Keller Williams Interview w/Kenny T

Fri. Sep. 2nd, 2011

KT: We’re joined with Keller Williams today, Keller Williams and well it’s not a band, it’s just Keller Williams, he’s comin’ to the Emerson Cultural Center on September 16th, Keller thanks so much for joining us today. You said you…

Rebirth of the Rockin’ R Bar

Fri. Sep. 2nd, 2011

On July 26th, 2011 873 days after a natural gas explosion literally rocked downtown Bozeman at its core The Rockin R Bar returned in all its glory to 211 East Main Street, much better than ever. The Rocking R Bar originally opened in the late…

The Alternative Wellness Epicurean: All’s Well with Ayurveda

Thu. Sep. 1st, 2011

I had my first consultation with an Ayurvedic doctor when I lived in LA in the ‘90s. Deepak Chopra’s bestseller “Perfect Health” had popularized the ancient medical tradition, and being a wellness geek, I read the book…

So You Want to Learn to Fly Fish…

Thu. Sep. 1st, 2011

I figured with the beautiful summer weather we’re experiencing in Montana (after 8 plus months of winter that it seems like we just got done with) it might be nice to pen a little article for all of the residents of the Bozeman area who…

Real Estate Market Update: January 1st-August 1st, 2011

Thu. Sep. 1st, 2011

Fall is on its way to the Gallatin Valley. MSU students are starting to roll back into town and Cats fans are getting excited for the first home game at the newly expanded stadium. Residential Real Estate sales have been chugging along at a…

College Days

Thu. Sep. 1st, 2011

Ah the car is packed – road trip – destination is Montana State University. Coming from a small town in Montana, knowing most of the town residents, being somewhat popular and feeling like life is pretty easy, college is the next step…

Made in Montana: The Gentle Scent of Success

Thu. Sep. 1st, 2011

Combining a love of dogs with a love of gardening may seem an unlikely mix, but the result of Nancy Tanner’s unique brand of alchemy is a line of canine aromatherapy products designed to enhance training, support desired behavior and bring…

Stuff-A-Bus and Help Keep Children Warm This Winter

Thu. Sep. 1st, 2011

The nights are getting colder, signaling that fall is just around the corner, and we will soon be relishing the crisp breezes and frosty mornings as we think about the winter ahead. Skiing, snowboarding, sledding, ice skating, and building…

MSU Fall Student-Led Events

Thu. Sep. 1st, 2011

Montana State University has over 200 student-led organizations. Some of these clubs are academic, some are athletic-based, some are focused on helping the community and some are just for fun. Many MSU clubs have interesting events going on…

D.R.E.A.M Buddy Walk

Thu. Sep. 1st, 2011

In 2009, several local parents who have children with Down syndrome created the group D.R.E.A.M. (Down syndrome research, education and advocacy in Montana). The D.R.E.A.M team originally organized to give support to each other and to…

What’s Your “Fab Five?”

Thu. Sep. 1st, 2011

The Beatles used to be known as the “fab four” during their heyday in the early to mid sixties. Four musicians working together that changed the face of music and influenced others for generations to come. Due to today’s shaky economy…

Learning Really Reaches Beyond the Classroom

Thu. Sep. 1st, 2011

High school. The two word society that dominates every teenagers’ life, whether they know it or not. Right now I am driving through Yankee Jim Canyon on my way to Yellowstone, and I can’t help but realize that school starts in a mere…

MSU Campus and Buildings Convey History

Thu. Sep. 1st, 2011

Montana State University’s campus in Bozeman is an undeniably special place. Scenic vistas, proximity to outdoor recreation and access to outstanding higher learning create a strong sense of place found on few collegiate campuses. In their…

A Rose Blooms in Belgrade

Thu. Sep. 1st, 2011

One of Belgrade’s brightest dining gems is the Desert Rose Restaurant. Located on the corner of 213 West Main (on the corner of Main and Hoffman) it is owned and operated by Scott and Cindy Brown. Recently, my husband Tim and I ate dinner…

Of Livingston, Gods, Men, and Malt Barley Beverages

Thu. Sep. 1st, 2011

The Greek God Poseidon was described as the “earth shaker” who created islands and ruled the seas. He kept the seas calm, but when angered, he would strike the ground with the trident he carried and cause earthquakes, storms, and…

Napping Artist

Thu. Sep. 1st, 2011

When everyone is reaching for their first cup of coffee of the day, I’m reaching for my first paint brush or colored pencil or whatever I can get my hands on to satisfy this craving in my soul to create art. Art is my drug and my life…

Bridging the Gap: Bozeman to Mexico

Tue. Aug. 23rd, 2011

How do you define the place you call home? Some people call a place home because that is where they grew up with family and friends who still remain. Others define home as the place they searched for and finally found because their heart…