April 2021

Editors Note: Love For Events

Angie Ripple

Welcome to the April 2010 issue of Bozeman Magazine. Last April was the first and so far, the only time we did not print an issue since beginning in June 2007. The April 2020 issue appeared digitally on our website and issuu.com and we began working…

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April 2021

Sustainable Ranching in 2021

Kevin Brustuen

photo: Chris Boyer, Kestrel AerialOne year ago, the Covid pandemic shocked most of us when we suddenly were confronted with shortages in grocery stores, restaurants were shut down, and food became a source of concern. Faced with this sudden and…

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April 2021

Virtual Spring at Verge Theatre

Remember feeling joy? Excitement? The rush of learning? You can have it again! We have so very many amazing opportunities to GET YOUR THEATER ON this spring! Think of it as cross-training for your humanity as we prepare to exit the Covid cocoon.Are…

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March 2021

Looking to Buy? Get Pre-Qualified

Tim Ford

Buying a home in Bozeman is tough right now. The multiple offers and bidding wars have gotten crazy. Depending on the price range someone is looking in, there can be more than a dozen offers on one home. The most I’ve heard of is 29 offers…

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March 2021

Polaroid Stories

Kevin Brustuen

In January of 2020, Bozeman Actors Theatre (BAT) began rehearsing a production of Naomi Iizuka’s Polaroid Stories, intending to stage nine performances in April of 2020. Rehearsals were well underway when Covid-19 reached Gallatin County, and…

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March 2021

Top 10 Iconic Women in Bozeman History

Rachel Phillips

Our community’s past is filled with iconic women, so while it is impossible to pick one over another, here are ten ladies who stand out as Bozeman history icons. Audrey AndersonBozeman’s favorite red-haired restaurant owner Audrey…

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