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February Cover Artist: Matilda Wentzel

Wednesday Feb. 1

You may have seen Matilda Wentzel’s colorful art popping up around town, such as at Red Tractor Pizza in Bozeman or Big Sky Buds in Four Corners. This Big Sky-based artist is making her way into the hearts of her viewers—each acrylic…

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A Love Letter to Bozeman

Angie Ripple  |   Wednesday Feb. 1

Each month, for the past 187 months, Bozeman Magazine has been a love letter to Bozeman. Created by two MSU graduates out of an entrepreneurial spirit and love for Montana community, BM puts everything Bozeman into each issue and stores it all online…

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Real Estate Year End Market Report

Tim Ford  |   Wednesday Feb. 1

Last year, 2022, saw a lot of big headlines: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the removal of mask requirements on airplanes and in most public places, the Winter Olympic Games in Beijing, inflation, and an overturning of Roe V. Wade are just a…

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Cabaret at Verge Will Steal Your Heart

Missy Glenn  |   Wednesday Feb. 1

A love triangle. Raunchy dancing, singing, jokes and laughter. The downfall of a free-speech government, the rise of a brutal, oppressing regime. Sexual tension amidst sexual confusion. Jazz, tights, lights, ACTION!While this all sounds like a new…

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The Dead & Down

Brian Ripple  |   Wednesday Feb. 1

If you haven’t heard THE DEAD & DOWN you owe it to yourself to check out this gang of space cowboys waging holy war against silence and overpriced breakfast. The band envelopes the thoughtful and inscrutable songwriting of Taylor Burlage in…

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Matt Wallin & His Nervous Breakdown "Puppet Strings"

Wednesday Feb. 1

Craig Clark: Hello Matt, Thanks for sitting down to talk to us today. The last time you talked to Bozeman Magazine you had just released your last record, Ravens. How did the release and subsequent sales/streaming go for Ravens? Matt Wallin: It went…

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Who Wrote It?

Steve McGann  |   Wednesday Feb. 1

Consciousness is what makes us unique, human. Language is the method we use to express that consciousness. Writing and reading the words of language are the concrete tools of the process. Whales and elephants and ravens have language, but they have…

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A Brief History of Bozeman Movie Theaters

And that's the way we went to the movies

Rachel Phillips  |   Wednesday Feb. 1

Who doesn’t love the classic date night of dinner and a movie? For over a century, people of all ages have flocked to movie theaters for an entertaining evening out. In honor of the generations of Bozemanites who frequented our community movie…

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We Love Winter

Angie Ripple  |   Wednesday Feb. 1

In spring 2019, Dragan Danevski and Lina Hultin founded the Bozeman-based non-profit, Montana Endurance Academy [MEA]. Originally from Sweden, Lina has since moved to Norway to be closer to her family. Dragan is well known in the community, having…

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It Sure Beats Sitting On The Couch

Thomas Austin  |   Wednesday Feb. 1

I sat on my couch in Bozeman, eyeing the mailbox like a rabid dog. The mailman would be there any minute with a package containing my car keys, which I had left in Oakland while visiting family, a boneheaded maneuver that would surprise nobody who…

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Remembering Those Who Came Before Us

Peter Brancaccio  |   Wednesday Feb. 1

Thank you, Mr. Bailey. That is what I was thinking as the predawn light began to tent tively seek out the lake behind our home in the mid-autumn chill. Self-taught and uncommonly brilliant, Mr. Bailey risked everything, including his life, to live…

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Top 10 Affordable Date Ideas in Bozeman

Sadie Woller  |   Wednesday Feb. 1

Bozeman is not the cheapest city to live in, but that doesn’t mean that romance and dating has to be expensive! The city of Bozeman is filled with fun and affordable date ideas for those looking for a little less Netflix and chill, and a…

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New Beginnings

Angie Ripple  |   Sunday Jan. 1

In 2022 I didn’t make any resolutions. I figured surviving a pandemic was resolute enough. To be completely honest, I’m terrible at making resolutions, and I’ve never been any good at keeping them, so I took a different approach…

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What's Your Beef? The Snow Has Got To Go

Sunday Jan. 1

One of Bozeman’s most outstanding qualities is our beautiful, thriving downtown district. Main Street serves as the primary route for Bozeman commuters. In this town, I consider there to be two streets with a real traffic problem: Main Street…

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January Cover Artist: Kara Tripp

Sunday Jan. 1

Sculptural and bold knife markings are trademarks of artist Kara Tripp’s work, which is often described as resembling mosaic or collage up close. A native Montanan, Kara’s colorful, contemporary spin on traditional western themes defines…

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New Year New Opportunities

Tim Ford  |   Sunday Jan. 1

Happy New Year! I hope that 2022 was a phenomenal year for you and that 2023 will bring wonderful experiences and great joy. As we reflect on the last 12 months’ accomplishments and look forward to the year ahead, it is a great time to consider…

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Tanoshii

Taylor Owens  |   Sunday Jan. 1

When you first walk through Tanoshii’s doors on Main Street, you’re greeted by a comfortable ambiance and an intimate space decorated with eye-catching artwork. As the winter progresses, this izakaya-inspired, Montana comfort food spot is…

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