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Recreation

Getting Plugged in to Bozeman

One Newcomer’s Quest to Call Bozeman Home

After making the three-day cross-country move, I stared wide-eyed at the Bridger Mountain range eager to make Bozeman feel like home. Moving from Georgia to Montana meant over 3,000 feet in elevation gain, limiting my ability to see…

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The Headwaters Three Ways

Montana has almost 170,000 miles of river, but the 18 miles leading into the Missouri River’s headwaters are some of the most scenic in the Bozeman area. Although not considered the best fishing waters, the final stretches of the…

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Soak City

Montana Hot Springs

Montanans love to soak! Once the summer heats up, herds of Montanans flow to the lakes, rivers, spas, and hot springs. Their goal is to soak away their stress and problems. The minerals in the waters can also be beneficial.Native nomadic…

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Artist Bio

August Cover Artist: Glenda Weaver

Glenda Rainie Vinson Weaver is a professional hair designer and venue owner who loves the outdoors and found happiness through an old lens and cell phone camera. Glenda was born and raised in Montana; she’s stomped a few trails, kissed…

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Dining

Getting Plugged in to Bozeman

One Newcomer’s Quest to Call Bozeman Home

After making the three-day cross-country move, I stared wide-eyed at the Bridger Mountain range eager to make Bozeman feel like home. Moving from Georgia to Montana meant over 3,000 feet in elevation gain, limiting my ability to see…

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Cafe Zydeco: A Little South In Your Mouth

Over 1,800 miles from Bozeman, Gumbo is cooking on many stove tops in the heart of  Cajun Country, spices over shrimp, chicken, sausage and vegetables steaming in the sticky summer heat of Louisiana. Kevin Carloss brought with him his…

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Living Local

Getting Plugged in to Bozeman

One Newcomer’s Quest to Call Bozeman Home

After making the three-day cross-country move, I stared wide-eyed at the Bridger Mountain range eager to make Bozeman feel like home. Moving from Georgia to Montana meant over 3,000 feet in elevation gain, limiting my ability to see…

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Montana’s Car Culture

It is a beautiful, summer, Montana morning. You hop into your classic 1960s era Mustang. You start it up and hear that engine come alive. To any car enthusiast, cold-starting your car is the best sound in the world. Americans love their cars…

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Music

Getting Plugged in to Bozeman

One Newcomer’s Quest to Call Bozeman Home

After making the three-day cross-country move, I stared wide-eyed at the Bridger Mountain range eager to make Bozeman feel like home. Moving from Georgia to Montana meant over 3,000 feet in elevation gain, limiting my ability to see…

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Real Estate

Bozeman Real Estate Report: August

We’re now over halfway through the year, and I thought it was a good time to look back at the first 6 months of 2019 and see how the real estate market faired. From the first of the year through July 1st, 457 single family homes…

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Historic Bozeman
Screen & Stage

Getting Plugged in to Bozeman

One Newcomer’s Quest to Call Bozeman Home

After making the three-day cross-country move, I stared wide-eyed at the Bridger Mountain range eager to make Bozeman feel like home. Moving from Georgia to Montana meant over 3,000 feet in elevation gain, limiting my ability to see…

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Bozeman’s 2019-2020 Theater Season

Bozeman is growing quickly, and the Bozeman-area theater scene is growing dramatically (pun intended) as well. As recently as ten years ago, people would scan bulletin boards, magazines and newspapers eagerly looking for things to do each…

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