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Recreation

Witness The Fitness

Rawckk That Body

Bozeman is such an active town. We seem to keep winning awards for it, and everyone here has their workout. If you don’t, you tend to feel left out of all the “I went on the sickest ride today” and “See you at the…

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Hibernate with the Animals in Yellowstone This Winter

You're Invited

Yin and Yang. Pleasure and Pain. Hot and Cold. Contrast makes the world go-round. In Yellowstone National Park, the thermogenic effects beneath the earth, mix with the cold wintry air and create quite the concoction. In his book, Grizzlies on…

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Artist Bio

January Cover Artist: Patrick Rooney

Originally from the small town of Skaneateles near Syracuse, New York; Patrick Rooney now resides and attends college in Bozeman, Montana. Currently in his fourth year at Montana State University, Patrick is on track to receive a duel major…

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Dining
Reviews
Living Local

Whats Your Beef?

The Crisis of Unaffordable Housing

It is becoming incredibly difficult to reflect on the woes of affordable housing. I’m not stupid. I can quite visibly recognize that there is something slightly horrible happening here amongst the perfectly manicured neighborhoods and…

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Montana Peer Network

Meeting Those in Need Where They Are

Gallatin Valley law enforcement agencies are participating in a pilot program in partnership with Montana’s Peer Network (MPN) designed to serve community members who find themselves in the midst of a mental health crisis.  People…

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Homeless in Bozeman

Who, Where Why, What do they do all day?

Who are the homeless in Bozeman? Why do they come here? What do they do during the hours they are not allowed at the Warming Center, or within the safe, warm walls of Family Promise and the other shelters they may be fortunate enough to…

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Hibernate with the Animals in Yellowstone This Winter

You're Invited

Yin and Yang. Pleasure and Pain. Hot and Cold. Contrast makes the world go-round. In Yellowstone National Park, the thermogenic effects beneath the earth, mix with the cold wintry air and create quite the concoction. In his book, Grizzlies on…

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Business Feature

Four Ways to Build Your Business 2015

Once again we find ourselves at the beginning of a new year. Looking over last year’s figures does anything jump out? Was 2014 a bang or a bust?The longer you’ve been in business the easier it is to find the “red…

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Economy

Four Ways to Build Your Business 2015

Once again we find ourselves at the beginning of a new year. Looking over last year’s figures does anything jump out? Was 2014 a bang or a bust?The longer you’ve been in business the easier it is to find the “red…

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Music

Squash the Filler Rumors

John Wayne and The Pain, The Lil’ Smokies, Sophistafunk at the Filler in January

Food. Beer. Wine. Good times....did you all know that this was the original format from 1976 to 1990 or so? And many good times were had ....well it’s time to clarify some rumors you may have heard...The Filling Station is alive and…

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Kids
Wellness

What You Kneed to Know About Your Knees

Living in Bozeman there is a good chance that in your garage there are a pair or skis or a snowboard, bikes, fishing poles, rifles, backpacks, hiking boots, snow shoes and various other pieces of recreational equipment. That’s why we…

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Witness The Fitness

Rawckk That Body

Bozeman is such an active town. We seem to keep winning awards for it, and everyone here has their workout. If you don’t, you tend to feel left out of all the “I went on the sickest ride today” and “See you at the…

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Letter From the Editor
Historic Bozeman

Historic District Spotlight:

Main Street Hospitality

A handful of new hotels are under construction in downtown Bozeman, three of which directly impact a historic structure. Kenyon Noble, built in 1957 on Mendenhall Street, has been demolished to make way for an Element by Westin. Across…

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Screen & Stage

Boyhood

A Period Piece For The Near Present

From the outset of his career, director Richard Linklater’s films have been preoccupied with the passing of time. Frequently, these films are structured around a 24 hour period. Slacker, his debut feature from 1991, was a sort of…

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