Articles in this Issue

Recreation

Reptiles: The Beautiful And The Deadly

The desert Rattlesnake looked me dead in the eyes for a staring contest on my second lap through the snake room at the Museum of the Rockies last weekend. It was another snowy February morning in Montana and what better way to warm up than…

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Artist Bio

March Cover Artist: Kelsey Dzintars

Based on personal soul-invigorating experiences in the Northern Rockies, Kelsey’s acrylic paintings reflect the elusive space between dream and reality in which our inner psyche finds its interconnectedness with the outer world. Her…

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Dining

The Bozeman Taproom

Head to The Bozeman Taproom for some beers after a long day of ridge laps or stripping streamers on the Madison and stay for the food. The hot wings are fried until crunchy on the outside and tender enough to fall right off the bone, and the…

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Living Local

Americans and the Holocaust

National Traveling Exhibit from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum comes to Bozeman

On January 27, 2020, the world solemnly acknowledged and recognized the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the notorious Nazi concentration camp located in contemporary Poland. Dignitaries from many nations…

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Know Yourself Lead Yourself Lead Others

A Retired Green Beret’s Philosophy on Effective Leadership

Who was the best leader you’ve ever followed? Who was the worst? How has leadership shaped or changed your life?I took a moment to ponder my own answers to these questions as I sat down with Phil Kornachuk to discuss leadership training…

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Reptiles: The Beautiful And The Deadly

The desert Rattlesnake looked me dead in the eyes for a staring contest on my second lap through the snake room at the Museum of the Rockies last weekend. It was another snowy February morning in Montana and what better way to warm up than…

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Music

Satsang: “In the Company of Truth”

It’s a beautiful moment when music from the heart and poetry from the soul truly connects with its intended audience. For Satsang lead singer and songwriter Drew McManus that moment occurred on a 2018 tour through the Midwest, Northeast…

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Chatting With Vinnie Amico from moe.

Brian Ripple: Hello is this Vinnie? Vinnie Amico: Yep, hey how you doing? BR: Good. Thanks. VA: How’s the weather out there? BR: It has been dumping here in Bozeman. The local ski area got over four feet of snow this last week. VA:…

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Real Estate

The Importance in Getting Pre-Qualified

For the snow enthusiasts, this has been a great winter. Along with the strong snow cycle, demand for Real Estate in Bozeman has stayed strong, but as we’ve seen the past few winters, inventory is in short supply. With green grass on the…

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Letter From the Editor

Editors Note: Spring in Bozeman

Spring in Bozeman is likely still at least a month away, but that doesn’t stop Bozemanites from enjoying Spring Break! Some of you already have plans to head to Yellowstone International Airport to fly away to a more tropical location,…

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Historic Bozeman
Regional Writings

March Into Reading with Dave Wooten

Reading breeds thinking. There’s no substitute for good, old fashioned reading. Reading can establish thought patterns, logic, a sense of complexity, an ability to spot contradictions and even falsity. Books have a way of transporting…

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Screen & Stage

Cyrano de Bergerac

Written in 1897 by Edmond Rostand, a French writer from Marseilles, Cyrano de Bergerac is a play set in France in 1640 during the Thirty Years’ war, one of the most destructive wars ever. After the Siege of Arras, the bloody war was…

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What's Your Beef?

What's Your Beef? Flashing RED Means Stop!

As a school bus driver in Bozeman, I love the smiling faces and the great kids I get to deliver to school every day. The counter to that is my real disappointment with drivers running the flashing reds and stop signs of the school busses all…

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Top 10 List

10 Ways Bozeman Has Changed in 10 Years

Tourism Took OffIf you’ve been in Bozeman long enough, you’ll remember the days when Bozeman became a ghost town in the summer. Once the MSU students cleared out, you could practically hear crickets on Main Street. But now all…

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