Articles in this Issue

Recreation
Artist Bio

February Cover Artist: Miles Glynn

Miles Glynn is a photographic artist based in Belgrade, Montana. Growing up an Army brat, Miles traveled often while spending much time following his photojournalist father on assignments and creating black and white prints in the darkroom.…

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Dining

Interview: Cory Dragone

Blacksmith Italian

Humbly bringing to you, the 3rd edition for Bozeman Magazine’s New Twist on the Traditional Dining Section; our intention is to provide inspiration, fun, excitement and share passion of food as we enter into the month of February.…

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Reviews

Interview: Cory Dragone

Blacksmith Italian

Humbly bringing to you, the 3rd edition for Bozeman Magazine’s New Twist on the Traditional Dining Section; our intention is to provide inspiration, fun, excitement and share passion of food as we enter into the month of February.…

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Business Feature

A Valentine’s Day Gift Guide

Buying Local

Indulge your Valentine with something special and Bozeman this Valentines Day!Tripp StudioIndulge your Valentine with luxurious bath salts, scrubs, and body butter made from all-natural Montana ingredients. Tripp Studio, in Studio #111 at the…

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Challenges for Montana Businesses

It’s always a challenge to dust off my crystal ball each January and take a shot at predicting the future of our local economy.No question that 2014 was an up and down year. Unemployment, stock market roller coaster ride, gold stagnant…

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Economy

Challenges for Montana Businesses

It’s always a challenge to dust off my crystal ball each January and take a shot at predicting the future of our local economy.No question that 2014 was an up and down year. Unemployment, stock market roller coaster ride, gold stagnant…

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Real Estate Report Year End 2014 Report

Well, 2014 was certainly an exciting year in the world of Bozeman Real Estate. Not only did sales numbers increase, prices also rose dramatically.880 single family homes sold in Bozeman in 2014, including areas inside and outside of the city…

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Music

Interview with Umphrey's McGee Joel Cummings

Joel Cummins is an American born  musician, and founding member/keyboardist for progressive rock band Umphrey’s McGee. Although the band is part of the jam band scene like the Grateful Dead and widespread Panic, offering…

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Local Venue: The Murray Bar

The Murray Bar in Livingston isn’t just a place to wet your whistle; the establishment also offers live music up to four nights a week, and features local musicians as well as national acts touring the area.The Murray Bar has been part…

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An Ode to Cactus Records

There’s something about records for any true music lover; they are special. There’s a whole new element of art to it. In a world of the intangible, you touch this; and it touches you. Plus people think you’re cool and deep…

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Vootie presents TWEEDY

the latest project by Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy

Vootie presents TWEEDY, the latest project by Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy, at Bozeman’s Emerson Center on Tuesday, March 10 at 7:30pm. Tickets went on sale Saturday, January 17th at 10am at Cactus Records and online at www.vootie.com.…

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Wellness

Adapt and Overcome...Sometimes

The greatest aspect of human beings is their ability to adapt to their environment and survive. This is proven as we have inhabited every corner of the world, and have learned to survive in many different environments, from jungles, to…

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Real Estate

Real Estate Report Year End 2014 Report

Well, 2014 was certainly an exciting year in the world of Bozeman Real Estate. Not only did sales numbers increase, prices also rose dramatically.880 single family homes sold in Bozeman in 2014, including areas inside and outside of the city…

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Letter From the Editor

February Editors Note

Reflecting on Charlie Hebdo and our Freedom of Speech

I remember walking the halls of my high school, repeating over and over again, a poem that had just come to my mind. I kept repeating it, so that as soon I got to my next class I could remember each word and write them down. It was no doubt a…

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Historic Bozeman

Historic District Spotlight:

Topography and the Evolution of Bozeman’s Sewerage, Part I

Of the many tax payer funded public works projects built by the City of Bozeman, none is more integral to protecting the public’s health, safety and welfare than the sanitary sewer system. As growth continues to the west, the Public…

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Op/Ed

What’s Your Beef?

A curmudgeon speaks

Let me be the first to admit my aversion to technology. I remember when inventive technology meant color television and computers the size of warehouses. I struggle to adapt to a world where Dick Tracy’s futuristic wrist watch is not…

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Old Town / New Town: Talent Plus Just Ask

This is definitely it, I will not tell you again that my wife and I are “in transition,” having moved from Wolf Point, Montana (old town) to Bozeman (new town) for “semi-retirement,” whatever that means. So, please fix…

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Regional Writings
Screen & Stage

Revisiting The Wire

Upon hearing the words, The Wire, often the first thing to strike the mind of a reader is the near constant insistence of their close friends that they should experience, not just watch, the damn show already. This constant pestering both…

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What's Your Beef?

What’s Your Beef?

A curmudgeon speaks

Let me be the first to admit my aversion to technology. I remember when inventive technology meant color television and computers the size of warehouses. I struggle to adapt to a world where Dick Tracy’s futuristic wrist watch is not…

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