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Recreation

Fly Fishing in the Wind

Living in Montana we are lucky to be surrounded by beautiful rivers, amazing mountain peaks, and rolling fields. However, there is one downside to living in the gorgeous topography that exemplifies the greater Southwest Montana…

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Top 10 Daytrips from Bozeman for May

  1 Natural Bridge Falls in McLeod Have a picnic lunch by majestic falls. Check out Big Timber‘s main street and the historic Grand Hotel (there’s also a great city park here with a replica of a Viking ship for the kids to…

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Artist Bio

May Cover Artist: Mimi Matsuda

Mimi Matsuda is a full time artist living in Bozeman, Montana. Ever since childhood she has drawn animals and has been surrounded by them. She had pet chickens, rats, birds and fish as a kid and studied biology in school. She grew up…

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Dining

On the Go with: Tumbleweeds Gourmet

Let me tell you a story. It was Halloween 2014, but for once there was no snow on the ground and the weather was tolerable enough to be outside sans coats. After a few libations in downtown Bozeman, my friends and I, dressed as a pirate, a…

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Living Local

Red Lodge Road Trip

Maybe you think of it as the gateway to the Beartooth Highway. Maybe it is one of your favorite skiing destinations. Maybe you like to wager a little money on the pigs. Maybe you first heard of Red Lodge, Montana, when you read…

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The Ultimate Montana Vacation Planner

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, it’s time to plan your summer vacation in beautiful Montana. For the benefit of all the locals and friendly visitors trying to find some fresh air, here are some considerations when pondering where…

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Top 10 Daytrips from Bozeman for May

  1 Natural Bridge Falls in McLeod Have a picnic lunch by majestic falls. Check out Big Timber‘s main street and the historic Grand Hotel (there’s also a great city park here with a replica of a Viking ship for the kids to…

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Business Feature

Moda Fashion Truck

Boutique on Wheels

You’ve heard of food trucks, heck you’ve probably eaten from a few! But I’ll bet you’ve probably not heard of a fashion truck. Fashion trucks don’t serve food, just tasty trendsetting styles for your wearing…

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Economy

How to Save on Business Travel

Sooner or later you’ll have to travel someplace on business. It might be a trade show, informational conference or industry retreat. Poor planning can result in much larger travel costs then you might like. Here are some tips to help…

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Music
Family

How Do School Gardens Grow?

Cultivating Young Gardeners with Gallatin Valley Farm to School

A garden is a powerful place. It can transform kids into scientists, artists or mathematicians when concepts they learn in the traditional classroom suddenly become real. Gardens provide the ideal space for experiential learning, engaging all…

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Kids

How Do School Gardens Grow?

Cultivating Young Gardeners with Gallatin Valley Farm to School

A garden is a powerful place. It can transform kids into scientists, artists or mathematicians when concepts they learn in the traditional classroom suddenly become real. Gardens provide the ideal space for experiential learning, engaging all…

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Wellness

The Most Epic Journey

I’ll save you the suspense--the most epic journey does not end well, yet it is not a tragedy either. The most epic journey is our journey through life. The journey we are all on has many twists and turns, many different experiences with…

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Real Estate

Bozeman May Real Estate Report

While the weather has been volatile across the valley, the Bozeman Real Estate market continues to remain hot. As the bears in Yellowstone are starting to come out of their dens, Real Estate buyers are also immerging from their winter…

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Letter From the Editor

On Four Wheels

Growing up in Montana the only way we ever took family vacations was on four wheels--you know the “are we there yet” type of trip that builds character and exemplifies family time. We didn’t vacation very often, as it was…

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Historic Bozeman

Put A Little Gravel in Your Travel

Day Trips Steeped in History

Did you know the little Montana town of Ringling was named after the world-famous circus family, the Ringling Brothers? Or that one of the brothers, John, who was one of the richest men in America in the early 1900s, started a ranching empire…

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Screen & Stage

The Making of The Middle Kingdom

In 2004, I spent six months in China working near the community of Zhudi (joo dee), a small neighborhood on the outskirts of Shanghai. Until recently a small farming town outside the city, during the time I spent there, Zhudi’s fields…

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ChickenJam West Summer Film Series

One night in January, Dylan MacNevin had a thought in the ten seconds before he was going to fall asleep: “There is no cult film series in Bozeman – there should be”. Like many people, Dylan has his best ideas right before…

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What's Your Beef?

Was a Dog Found Tortured in Bozeman?

Animal abuse is often the first sign of serious disturbance among adolescent and adult killers. In 1997, Luke Woodham, in a suburb of Jackson, MI, stabbed his mother to death and then opened fire on his high school classmates with a hunting…

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