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November Cover Artist: Peter Jones

Wednesday Nov. 1

Peter Jones, a British watercolor artist has lived and worked in the United States since 2005. Peter was taught the basics of Watercolor as a child by his father Ian Jones and went on to develop his own landscape style, much influenced by the…

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BOZEMAN DOC SERIES presents JANE

Wednesday Nov. 1

On Sunday, November 5th, at 7pm at the Emerson Center, The Bozeman Doc Series presents the Montana premiere of the critically acclaimed new documentary, Jane.Drawing from over 100 hours of never-before-seen footage that has been tucked away…

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Symphony At The Shane

Wednesday Nov. 1

Symphony at the Shane performances feature the very best of the Bozeman Symphony Orchestra and Symphonic Choir. Each performance showcases two diverse soloists and ensembles. You’ll be wowed by these fantastic musicians and proud to…

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Bar 3 BBQ & Smokehouse

Jessica Lewis  |  Wednesday Nov. 1

Barbecue is about as red, white and blue as American cuisine gets, but let’s first get one thing straight. Merely throwing meat on a grill is not barbecue, at least not in the traditional sense. So where did the term barbecue originate…

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Top 10 Things To Do In Belgrade

Wednesday Nov. 1

While Belgrade residents appreciate the accessibility and hospitality of our neighbors in Bozeman, we’re also proud of our own unique features right here at home.  Belgrade is a charismatic little town filled with genuine people…

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Bozeman Real Estate Market Report

by Tim Ford  |  Wednesday Nov. 1

The first three quarters of 2017 have cruised by quickly for most. With winter approaching quickly, its time to see how the Real Estate market is fairing. While the number of homes sold is down slightly from last year, prices continue to rise…

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How I Started Supporting Local Belgrade Businesses

Wednesday Nov. 1

I can still vividly remember the day a switch turned in my brain, and I started making the conscious effort to make Belgrade my home. At that point, I had lived in the Gallatin Valley for around 18 years, and the most recent seven were spent…

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I Love My Neighbors

Wednesday Nov. 1

I think in the midst of living, I’ve stumbled upon the answer to world peace – or at least what makes Belgrade such a great place to live. It’s such a simple thing; almost incidental. But time and again, don’t we find…

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Learn Local at the Belgrade Community Library

Wednesday Nov. 1

In a place where our neighbors range from gardeners, to brewers, to horse trainers, to mountaineers, there is an abundance of knowledge we can share. Established by the Belgrade Women’s Club in 1932, the Belgrade Community Library (BCL)…

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Belgrade Festival of Lights

Wednesday Nov. 1

I’ve been working with a very merry band of Belgrade folks to revitalize the town’s Festival of Lights this year. I mean all year – like since January. Christmas Past was done, and Christmas Yet to Come was a full twelve…

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Lights In The Night

by Kris Drummond  |  Monday Oct. 2

The first thing I learned after seeing a UFO is that life is stranger than I can imagine. The second is that nobody wants to talk about UFOs.Socially, it’s a subject on-par with the Illuminati, flat-earth theory, Tower 7, and Atlantis…

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Montana History with a Modern Twist

Clubfoot George

by Pat Hill  |  Monday Oct. 2

Clubfoot George met his fate at the end of a Vigilante Association’s hangman’s noose in Virginia City over 150 years ago, and last June, nearly 50 members of his family gathered in that old Montana mining town to remember their…

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