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Recreation

An Unplanned Night on The Frigid Heights

Even though I had never endured an unplanned bivouac, I knew the clues. I saw it coming. I could feel it, could taste the bitter tang in the air that spoke of cramps, shivering and dehydration, of bones aching against unyielding rock, mouth…

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Sustainable Life Energy

One of the most common complaints that people seek healthcare advice and treatment for is fatigue and lack of energy. It is a major problem in our society and has great impacts on our lives and ability to function productively at our jobs, in…

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Soldiers on Ice

Special places stick with us. Most folks remember the first time they rode a bike, or where they got married, or the smell and sounds of a favorite park bench. Those special places are memories we can hold on to when life throws a wrench our…

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Artist Bio

March Cover Artist: Steve Wedderburn

Steve Wedderburn is a concrete construction worker for Knife River and an amateur photographer. His photograph of Hyalite Canyon displayed on this months cover was selected from photos submitted for Bozeman Magazine’s What is Bozeman…

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Dining

New On The Menu: Breakfast at Starky's

The day was a perfect winter postcard, the type that has Bozeman residents fighting off that insatiable powder fever. Soft, white blasts of snow burst from the sky covering all outside surfaces in under a half hour. With such an authentic day…

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Living Local
Music

Bart Crow at the Eagles Ballroom 3/17

Look out your window.... Whether you're on a Manhattan barstool or at a truck stop somewhere off a Montana interstate, keep your eyes open. Bart Crow is coming your way.Always known as “the nice guy” with a smile on his face, the…

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Wellness

Sustainable Life Energy

One of the most common complaints that people seek healthcare advice and treatment for is fatigue and lack of energy. It is a major problem in our society and has great impacts on our lives and ability to function productively at our jobs, in…

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Real Estate

Understanding CAP Rates

With the strength of the Bozeman rental market, we’ve seen many investors buying up houses, condos, and multi-family homes to use as income producing properties. Individuals looking to purchase income properties may often hear the term…

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Letter From the Editor

40 Montana Winters

I recently heard the retelling of an old saying “You aren’t a true Montanan until you’ve lived here forty winters.” I’ve never thought of myself as anything but a Montanan, but this being my fortieth winter on…

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Historic Bozeman

Bozeman Women that Made a Difference

Politics, Poultry N’ Pottery

Mabel Van Meter Cruickshank and her carpenter husband Pete settled in Bozeman in 1899; Mabel was 27. In Bozeman she reared their two sons, James and John, and found time to go back to school at Montana State College subsidizing their family…

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Screen & Stage

On Location With the Montana Film Office

It is an unassuming logo of the State of Montana superimposed with a film reel, the cobalt blue reminiscent of Montana’s big sky. An understated font reads ‘Montana Film Office’. The simplicity of the logo belies the…

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What's Your Beef?

The Little Red Car Phenomenon

Even if your attention span is very short, which it probably is, you have to read about this unusual Bozeman phenomenon. It will give you tremendous insight into the deepest of human foibles. Now, don’t skip to the denouement just to…

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