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Emma Bright

Cover artist for the March 2014 Issue

There is a photo of me taken when I was four years old with me holding my first camera. It was a colorful plastic toy, but a real camera, none the less.

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Fresh Eyes: Jellied Moose Nose

The amazing thing about food is that unlike a traditional history lesson that will give you facts, food will tell you a story about people, a place and a time, that involves all of your senses.

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Buying Season Ahead

Bozeman's Real Estate Market

Meeting with a lender may not seem like a lot of fun, but it is vitally important to tackle this obstacle before a buyer starts touring properties. With the current low interest rates, many buyers may be pleasantly surprised to learn they can afford.

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Planting the Seeds of Spring

“Spring is coming!” I know that’s a bit over zealous for Bozeman, Montana in early January, but the arrival of my seed catalogs always triggers happy thoughts of warm soil and fresh vegetables.

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Expanding the Definition: The Poets’ Congress

On Saturday, March 8, Montana Poet Laureate Tami Haaland will join other writers as they host a Poets’ Congress in Big Sky, Montana.

The Poets’ Congress is described as a “perspective-shifting talk” on the WMPAC website and Haaland hopes the event “will not only expand the audience’s sense of what poetry is, but also how they experience it.”

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New and Improved Eagles

is Worth a Second, and Third, and Fourth Look

The Eagles Club has been a Bozeman landmark for decades, this we know, but did you know that the FOE (Fraternal Order of Eagles)

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Music

Leftover Salmon

An interview with bassist Greg Garrison

Bozeman Magazine recently caught up with Bassist, Greg Garrison just prior to kicking off the new tour....

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New and Improved Eagles

is Worth a Second, and Third, and Fourth Look

The Eagles Club has been a Bozeman landmark for decades, this we know, but did you know that the FOE (Fraternal Order of Eagles)

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Rebelution

a front-runner for grassroots, independent and tour driven music groups

According to their website, Rebelution has developed into a front-runner for grassroots, independent and tour driven music groups. Originally formed in 2004, members Eric Rachmany (vocals / guitar), Rory Carey (keyboards), Wesley Finley…

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Wellness
Real Estate

Buying Season Ahead

Bozeman's Real Estate Market

Meeting with a lender may not seem like a lot of fun, but it is vitally important to tackle this obstacle before a buyer starts touring properties. With the current low interest rates, many buyers may be pleasantly surprised to learn they can afford.

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Fresh Eyes

Fresh Eyes: Jellied Moose Nose

The amazing thing about food is that unlike a traditional history lesson that will give you facts, food will tell you a story about people, a place and a time, that involves all of your senses.

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