June 2021

14th-anniversary Issue of Bozeman Magazine

168 and Counting

Angie Ripple

Welcome to the June 2021 issue of Bozeman Magazine. We began publishing fourteen years ago this month and have produced 168 issues featuring local artists and contributing writers to bring an informative and hyper-local publication to our community…

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May 2021

Editor's Note: Signs of Spring

Angie Ripple

Spring flowers have pushed their cheerful heads through the earth and up through the dry leaves to peek at the sunshine and bring smiles to the humans that tend them. Spring in Bozeman is part sunny day sprinkled with snow flurries, and then again…

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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, 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 on…

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February 2021

For Lovers

Angie Ripple

How long have you been in love with Bozeman? I’ve lived here for twenty-five years, August will make twenty-six, and I can honestly say my love affair with the town did not start on day one; it had to grow on me a bit. And, that is likely…

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January 2021

Pretty Iconic

Angie Ripple

I doubt I am alone in kicking 2020 to the curb, turning the proverbial calendar page, and welcoming what must be a better year than the one we just survived (my favorite holiday card from 2020 was the one from a friend that simply said “We…

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December 2020

Growing Up Montanan

The Great Christmas Tree Hunt

Angie Ripple

Growing up in Montana meant searching for, and cutting down a Christmas each year with my family, specifically my dad who led the charge to the forest and did the majority of the searching, all of the cutting and hauling, and my brother and I were…

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November 2020

Gratitude Is The Attitude

Angie Ripple

This year has been hard, so while brainstorming what to write for this month’s Editor’s Note, I decided the best way to balance the instability I’ve been feeling is with some gratitude. November is an obvious choice of months to…

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July 2020

Safe, Free & Equal Bozeman

Angie Ripple

I have seen many business statements regarding the racial inequality debate the nation was thrust into after the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Many companies rushed to extend messages of solidarity, and I wanted to do the same, not at all as…

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June 2020

Hope is Greater Than Change

Angie Ripple

Have you seen the list on Facebook where you put down all the things you like that barely anyone else likes or vice versa? As an example, friend C. dislikes the Harry Potter series, but feels like everyone else loves it. Well, I’m about to tell…

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