February 2023

A Love Letter to Bozeman

Angie Ripple

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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February 2023

Who Wrote It?

Steve McGann

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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February 2023

A Brief History of Bozeman Movie Theaters

And that's the way we went to the movies

Rachel Phillips

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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February 2023

Cabaret at Verge Will Steal Your Heart

Missy Glenn

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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February 2023

Real Estate Year End Market Report

Tim Ford

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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January 2023

New Beginnings

Angie Ripple

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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