October 2015

Mediums in Montana

Spiritualism in The Old West

Ramona Mead

Not all the stories in Bozeman’s past are those of triumph and positivity. There have been scandals, murders, and unsolved mysteries. This is the side of history often swept under the rug, but there is a group in town, comprised of history…

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September 2015

The Montana of Andrew Garcia

Pat Hill

Tales of trappers and traders on the Montana frontier often involve names like Jim Bridger or John Colter, but those early mountain men didn’t have a corner on the story-telling market. A man named Andrew Garcia, whom most people have never…

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September 2015

Who Is That? A Look at Bozeman Statues

Ramona Mead

Regardless of how long you’ve been in Bozeman, be it a decade, a year, or a week, chances are you’ve noticed one or more of the interesting pieces of artwork located throughout town. If you’re like me, you’ve driven by a…

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June 2015

The Lindley Concrete Block Factory

Building Blocks for Bozeman

Courtney Kramer

The storage warehouse at 412 East Olive Street, at the north end of Bogert Park, is an anomaly in the neighborhood’s predominantly residential development pattern. Built as a concrete block factory in 1908, the building is an overlooked…

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June 2015

An ode to Poor Richards and the Leaf and Bean

Pull Up the Roots

Birdie Hall

Poor Richards and the Leaf and Bean were two Bozeman institutions that made this once sleepy town unique to the many others in the state. Now that both of them are gone (for good), it’s difficult to imagine what will become of other downtown…

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