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Market Report Bozeman Real Estate

by Tim Ford  |  Wednesday Aug. 1

We’re now over half way through the year, which seems like a good time to take a look back at the first 6 months of 2018 and see how the Real Estate market fared.From the first of the year through July 1st, 480 single family homes sold…

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Montana Car Culture "It's A Thing"

Montana Grant  |  Wednesday Aug. 1

Montanans are measured by their rides. Cowboys would impress with their horse flesh, saddle, and tack. Today’s Montana cowboys impress with their horsepower and looks.Every Montanan has a unique flair for what is best when they travel.…

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The Slow and the Furious

by Kris Drummond  |  Wednesday Aug. 1

I have to admit that when I was asked to write an article about Bozeman car culture, I was struck by the seeming oxymoron in the phrase. To me, culture is about shared experience, common values, and inhabiting a place in the world…

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AHI at LFTD

Wednesday Aug. 1

No matter his material, the Canadian musician AHI (pronounced “EYE”) has one unbreakable rule for his songwriting: he has to be able to see himself—and some truth—in his songs. “When it comes to songwriting, my…

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SOJA + SATSANG & POLICULTURE

Wednesday Aug. 1

“I want to speak for people who don’t have microphones,” Jacob Hemphill says. “Our goal as a band is to stick up for the human race. We see the world and we try to make it better in the limited time we have…

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GT Services Vintage Trailer Works

Wednesday Aug. 1

Glenn Specking has been around aluminum trailers—fondly referred to as “Silver Bullets” or “Canned Hams”—most of his life. When he was a child, his parents owned an Airstream that he helped…

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What's Your Beef? Big Sky Falling

by Jerry Schuster  |  Wednesday Aug. 1

All of this development in Bozeman and plans for much more of the same has my mind in a tizzy. I’m not sure what a tizzy is, but I’ve always liked the sound of the word. So anxious to use it in an article.City powers and big local…

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August Cover Artist: Joey Wishart

Wednesday Aug. 1

Joey Wishart is an amateur photographer and night sky enthusiast from Seattle, Washington. In search of clearer skies and a great education, Joey came to Bozeman to study physics and photography at Montana State University. During his…

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July Cover Artist: Packy Cronin

Sunday Jul. 1

Like a lot of people around here, Packy Cronin came to Bozeman to go to MSU (read: ski Bridger Bowl) and never left. During the fall of his freshman year, Rolling Stone Magazine ran an article featuring Tom Jungst, Doug Combs and company…

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Bisl

Jessica Lewis  |  Sunday Jul. 1

Familiar ingredients, new flavors, clever details. These are the three words that represent the exquisite fare that you will find at Bisl - the kind of restaurant that thrives on creative cooking techniques and delicious…

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S’moreing!

Montana Grant  |  Sunday Jul. 1

S’mores are a Montana and camping tradition. These tasty treats are required at most campfire events. Whether you are camping, on a Scouting adventure, or simply having a campfire in the backyard, S’mores are always welcome. The…

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Leaving a Legacy on the Continental Divide Trail

Blaze the CDT

Sunday Jul. 1

A map and compass are essential tools for navigation on any hiking trip regardless of our familiarity with a trail or the duration of the trip. Yet on many trips, the map rarely, if ever, sees daylight thanks to the aid of helpful route…

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Take Me To The River...

Ashley Nettles  |  Sunday Jul. 1

Air conditioning used to be unheard of in Montana. There was absolutely no reason to have it since you might use it once or twice a year. Most houses around here are still not built with A/C. But there’s no doubt it’s getting…

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Sweet Pea & SLAM Festivals Rock

Get As Much Art & Culture As You Can

by Angie Ripple  |  Sunday Jul. 1

The Sweet Pea Festival isn’t just packed into the first weekend of August, it actually begins in July with the annual juried art show running from July 13-August 6 at ERA Landmark on Main Street, followed by Chalk on the Walk on July…

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