Articles in this Issue


Winter Recreation In Bozeman for the Reluctant

Winter is not my favorite time in Bozeman. I am not one of the skiers that anxiously wait for the ski hills to open nor do I get excited when the blue light atop the Baxter lights up. However, I have made peace with winters in Montana. Knowing the…

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Artist Bio

December Cover Artist: Adam Schwankl

To Adam Schwankl, painting is more than a job it's a vocation. It's a way for him to express himself while recognizing and sharing in the love and light that bring people together. Adam's paintings are infused with this light. His brushstrokes flow…

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Home on the Open Range

Graciously Serving you

I recently moved to Bozeman, Montana just a few short months ago (via Yellowstone National Park) from an interesting town far, far away known as Miami. That’s right, Miami Florida. Much to my pleasant surprise, it’s been a beautiful…

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Living Local

Cody Canada & Jason Boland

Some Red Dirt music for Big Sky Country in January

VI Productions is bringing a double-dose of Red Dirt music to the Gallatin Valley for the new year, as Cody Canada and the Departed and Jason Boland and the Stragglers hit the stage at the Silver Spur Arena on Jan. 16. Cody Canada is not a Canuck--he…

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Immune System Boot Camp

You wouldn’t jump off the couch and go run a marathon without having done any training to prepare yourself for the long distance run would you? If you did you would feel an incredible amount of pain, breathing would be hard, your legs would…

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Real Estate

December Bozeman Real Estate Report

In my past few articles, I’ve reported on the dramatic increases seen in the Bozeman single family home market during the first three quarters of 2014, but how have condos and townhouses faired?Condo sales have followed suit and have increased…

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Historic Bozeman

Preservation Retrospective 2014

At the end of 2014, I’d like to take a moment to celebrate the productivity and quiet successes of Bozeman’s historic preservation program over the last year. After years of work, a number of projects finally came to fruition which will…

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Regional Writings
Screen & Stage

Learning to See: Documentaries and Film

My older sister went to a private liberal arts university in the northeast. My father would whistle and drool sarcasm every few months when the tuition bill came in the mail. Then one month the bill arrived at the same time as her report card. When…

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