November Cover Artist: Ella Kuzyk

Mon. Nov. 1st, 2021

Ella Kuzyk has been making art since she could reach her tiny baby hands into a jar of paint.Raised on the mountains of California, Nevada, and Washington, Ella has a deep and fiery passion for the outdoors. Through high school, she nurtured that…

Volunteer Your Talent

Angie Ripple  |   Mon. Nov. 1st, 2021

November is a month of giving and thanks, a perfect time to consider when and where you can volunteer your talents locally. Volunteering is a rewarding way to learn, make new friends, explore career options, and give back to your community…

Leave No Trace A Resource for Positive Change

Kelly Nicholson  |   Mon. Nov. 1st, 2021

Connections are driving forces behind much of what we do and who we are. We rely on friends and family for companionship and support, our communities for unity and resources, and nature for food sources, recreation, and personal wellbeing. Spending…

It’s Okay to Have a Snow Day

Joseph Montalbano  |   Mon. Nov. 1st, 2021

Being a student (or anyone really) on the first snow of the year is hard. Oftentimes, when fall is just about to peak and the pumpkin and cinnamon is starting to flow freely in my pies and cookies, four inches of snow hits overnight. That often…

Colombo’s Pizza & Pasta

Paige Anderson  |   Mon. Nov. 1st, 2021

When you first walk into Colombo’s Pizza & Pasta and admire the black and white photos plastered upon the walls, you can begin to understand the deep-rooted family history that the restaurant was founded upon. It’s no wonder that…

The Piano Tuner

Kevin Brustuen  |   Mon. Nov. 1st, 2021

Pianos are usually taken for granted by most of us; they sit in the neglected corners of public rooms gathering dust or against the wall in Grandma’s house serving as a repository of family photos, the ivory keys faded and slow to return. Yet…

The High End Real Estate Market

Tim Ford  |   Mon. Nov. 1st, 2021

By now, most people have heard that the Real Estate market in Bozeman has increased dramatically since the start of the pandemic, both in activity levels and pricing. What has also been interesting is the increases in the higher price ranges. The…

The Schlechten Family Bozeman Photography Icons

Rachel Phillips  |   Mon. Nov. 1st, 2021

For many who grew up in mid-twentieth century Bozeman (or those familiar with local history), the name “Schlechten” is synonymous with photography. The unusual name brings to mind portraits, landscapes, and everything in between. Though…