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Recreation

Twenty Four Hours: Pike or Bust

With business picking up at Montana Troutfitters, and schedules getting tight, Justin King and I decided to plan one last pike trip before we were totally swamped with work. Our window was tight, we only had Thursday to fish and had six hours…

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Snapshots to Preserve

I’ve just arrived to my new home, Bozeman, Montana. My blue Subaru Forrester (how little did I know what a perfect fit that would be) is packed with my belongings. My dad and I step outside, our faces greeted by a cool breeze. We…

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Artist Bio

June Cover Artist: Kara Fellows-Tripp

Kara Tripp is a Bozeman native who grew up going to Yellowstone National Park for family vacations and camping trips. Her art is inspired by the landscapes at the heart of her Montana roots. Several years ago Kara traded in her brushes for a…

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Dining
Business Feature

What Exactly Is Energy Healing?

The McKay Method

The word healing indicates that all aspects of a person are involved and connected - our understanding that spiritual, emotional, psychological states have direct physical impacts. You can’t deny the physiological impacts of anger…

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Economy

How Much DOES Labor Cost?

Hiring that first employee can be a stressful event. The questions are unending. Do I really need an employee? I’m busy but am I busy enough all the time or are there ebbs and flows in my business where an employee might not be…

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The Bozeman June Real Estate Report

This article usually focuses on single family homes sales, but condos and townhomes make up a large portion of our market as well. Therefore, I thought it worthwhile to take a look at how those sales are faring. All data will include both…

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An ode to Poor Richards and the Leaf and Bean

Pull Up the Roots

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…

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Music

Made in Bozeman Band and Films

Chairea, Falling By The Wayside, Encore!

Eric Tuten is one of the frontmen for Chairea, a local band with a throwback emo-punk sound. The group also includes Michael Mckelligott on vocals/guitar, Brock and Clint Forrette on Bass/Vocals, and Connor Lachenbruch on Drums/Vocals. Part…

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Wellness

The Triad of Health

Part 1 of 3

We often think of health in individual aspects, blood work, our weight, or individual parts of our body like our knees or back. However the body is much more sophisticated than that. The body is a complex object that has many moving parts and…

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What Exactly Is Energy Healing?

The McKay Method

The word healing indicates that all aspects of a person are involved and connected - our understanding that spiritual, emotional, psychological states have direct physical impacts. You can’t deny the physiological impacts of anger…

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Real Estate

The Bozeman June Real Estate Report

This article usually focuses on single family homes sales, but condos and townhomes make up a large portion of our market as well. Therefore, I thought it worthwhile to take a look at how those sales are faring. All data will include both…

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Beer

The Evolution of Craft Brewing in Montana

4 Favorite Montana Beers

The third annual Montana Brewers Association Spring Festival took place in Bozeman at the Haynes Pavilion on May 7. Representatives from 25 Montana breweries were on hand pouring 86 different Montana made beers, read on to learn about four…

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Pets

Dog Poop Etiquette

It was a beautiful day at Cooper Park. I was having a blast with my dogs, enjoying the spring trees in bloom when a stern voice suddenly interrupted my euphoric state, “Your dog just pooped.” I was in my own world and awkwardly…

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Letter From the Editor

June Editors Note

Made in Bozeman

In reality, every issue of Bozeman magazine is a Made in Bozeman issue. This month we just decided to put a name to it. In this issue you’ll see some new advertising “faces” that have joined us this month proclaiming that…

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Historic Bozeman

An ode to Poor Richards and the Leaf and Bean

Pull Up the Roots

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…

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The Lindley Concrete Block Factory

Building Blocks for Bozeman

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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Screen & Stage

Made in Bozeman Band and Films

Chairea, Falling By The Wayside, Encore!

Eric Tuten is one of the frontmen for Chairea, a local band with a throwback emo-punk sound. The group also includes Michael Mckelligott on vocals/guitar, Brock and Clint Forrette on Bass/Vocals, and Connor Lachenbruch on Drums/Vocals. Part…

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What's Your Beef?

Bozeman’s Pothole Problem

The pothole hotline number is 582-3208

  The potholes that inhabit the streets of the Greater Bozeman area seem to be a never-ending source of irritation, whether a traveler is on foot, on a bicycle, or in a vehicle. Some of these suckers will swallow a small car. And the…

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