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Recreation

Bobcat Football: On the Defense

September was a pretty up and down month for the Montana State football program, starting with their game on September 1 versus the mountain west conference Idaho Vandals. A couple late mistakes in that game left Montana State falling…

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Fly Fishing in Pirate Territory

Confluence Films Presents Providence

Our little corner of Montana is considered by many to be the hub of fly fishing. Ardent anglers from all over the world make their pilgrimage to Bozeman for a shot at hooking the fish of their dreams. With an abundance of fishable water…

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Artist Bio

Cover Artist: Augustus Koch

19th century cartographer

Augustus Koch was a 19th century cartographer who traveled the country for decades creating bird’s-eye views of towns and cities. He traveled to over twenty-three states producing fantastic aerial views of cities from Jacksonville,…

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Dining
Living Local

All You Need Is Metta

When I understand myself, I understand you, and out of that understanding comes love. Love is the missing factor; there is a lack of affection, of warmth of relationship; and because we lack that love, that tenderness, that generosity, that…

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Economy

Treasure Hunting For The Best Customers

Treasure hunters are an interesting breed. They don’t just hit the woods and start looking under rocks or pick a stream and start panning for gold.They look for the signs and clues of where treasure is likely to be. They might use…

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Music
Wellness

Wagons Don’t Have Seatbelts

Have you ever started a diet, a new workout routine, a yoga practice and been doing so well but then got sidetracked and let your new diet, routine or practice fall by the wayside? I heard it best from a professor of mine in college,…

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Real Estate

October Bozeman Real Estate Report

As we move into fall, 2016 remains one of the biggest years ever for the Bozeman Real Estate market. Year to date, 723 single family homes have sold in the Bozeman area, which makes this the highest volume year on record thus far. This is the…

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Historic Bozeman

Historic Preservation in Bozeman?

There are many fascinations with travelling abroad, including various languages, cultures, culinary food, and diverse architecture. Often times the architecture distinguishes a location through its old age. When thinking of Europe, the first…

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Legendary Locals of Bozeman: Spooky Tales

From its inception as a supply town during Montana’s gold rush in the 1860s, Bozeman has attracted visionaries, leaders, and pioneering thinkers. Now one of Montana’s fastest growing cities, Bozeman still retains elements of the…

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The Demon Douglass and the War Widow

In 1965, after years of AMC Sullivan Photo Company employees working around, and stumbling over, a bump in the basement floor of their business at 115 E Main St in Downtown Bozeman, they removed the protruding stone. When the stone was turned…

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Screen & Stage

Verge Theatre

Talking With, by Jane Martin Directed by Stephanie Campbell, Talking With is a play composed of eleven ten-minute monologues, each featuring a different woman who talks about her life. The play includes the pieces, "Fifteen Minutes,"…

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Fly Fishing in Pirate Territory

Confluence Films Presents Providence

Our little corner of Montana is considered by many to be the hub of fly fishing. Ardent anglers from all over the world make their pilgrimage to Bozeman for a shot at hooking the fish of their dreams. With an abundance of fishable water…

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