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Recreation

Catch ‘Em All in Bozeman!

On a warm Saturday evening in late July, I took a walk through the Bozeman Sculpture Park around the Public Library. Most of the benches were full and the lawn was dotted with groups of two or more, some had blankets spread out. A casual…

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Artist Bio

September Artist

Paul Holdorf is always on a treasure hunt. At least that is how he feels as he commutes from Bozeman to Big Sky every day. The Gallatin Canyon provides ample opportunity to spot wildlife or just a perfect reflection shot in the river. You…

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Dining

Biankini’s

To look at North 19th Avenue in Bozeman is to look at what seems like an endless array of chains. Don’t get me wrong, I do think chain and big box stores serve a very valuable purpose to a community (employing local people, namely), but…

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Living Local

Interview: MSU’s Coach Choate

In late 2015 Montana State University welcomed Jeff Choate as the 32nd head football coach at MSU. An Idaho native who graduated from UM Western in 1994 Coach Choate has spent most of his 24 seasons in coaching within a 10-hour drive of…

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Late Summer Backyard Gardening Fun

If you are finding it hard to make time to get the family outside in the midst of the back-to school blitz but before summer winds down, look no further than you own backyard.     Kids are natural gardeners and love…

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Local 4-H Offers Animals & Much More

Robots, Horses & Archery

Every summer people all over our country flock to their county fairs to enjoy the rides, foods, entertainment, and a trip through the barns to see the animals. Most of these animals are raised, trained, and shown by local 4-H members who are…

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There’s Gold in Them Thar Hills

Fenn's Treasure In The Treasure State?

Five years ago, a retiree named Forrest Fenn hid a treasure chest containing $2 million in gold and jewels somewhere in the Rocky Mountains. Since then, hordes of treasure hunters have set out to solve the mystery armed only with words on a…

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Catch ‘Em All in Bozeman!

On a warm Saturday evening in late July, I took a walk through the Bozeman Sculpture Park around the Public Library. Most of the benches were full and the lawn was dotted with groups of two or more, some had blankets spread out. A casual…

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Business Feature

Are Your Ads Invisible?

Were there tire ads in the newspaper today? Could you answer that truthfully under oath? Chances are you didn’t see any tire ads when you read the paper even though they were there. So how did you miss them? Your…

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Music

The Bent Bones set to release Seasons EP

The Bent Bones, a Bozeman-based funk rock band, have developed a reputation as one of the hardest working music groups in the region. The band stormed onto the scene in 2014 playing huge house parties and released a self-titled EP. These…

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Interview With A Maestro

Many people learn how to talk, but they don’t learn how to listen. Listening to one another is an important thing in life. And music tells us how to do that. [Molte persone imparano come parlare ma non come ascoltare. Ascoltare il…

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Family

Local 4-H Offers Animals & Much More

Robots, Horses & Archery

Every summer people all over our country flock to their county fairs to enjoy the rides, foods, entertainment, and a trip through the barns to see the animals. Most of these animals are raised, trained, and shown by local 4-H members who are…

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Kids

Local 4-H Offers Animals & Much More

Robots, Horses & Archery

Every summer people all over our country flock to their county fairs to enjoy the rides, foods, entertainment, and a trip through the barns to see the animals. Most of these animals are raised, trained, and shown by local 4-H members who are…

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Wellness

Searching for: The Fountain of Youth

We all wish for the immortality of youth with endless energy, good health, strength and beauty! There are many people who claim that there are health products and treatments that will restore this vitality and many people are willing to pay…

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Real Estate

September Bozeman Real Estate Report

This has been a hot summer in Bozeman, both in terms of temperature and Real Estate activity. As summer starts to wind down, MSU students will replace the summer tourists as the Montana State University campus roars to life. While the many…

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Letter From the Editor

Editors Note: Treasure Abounds

Thank you for picking up the September 2016 issue of Bozeman Magazine, our 112th issue! 9500 copies of this issue will be distributed to about 200 locations in the greater Bozeman area. We have included many articles in this issue…

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Historic Bozeman
What's Your Beef?

The Great Dinosaur Conspiracy

Contemplating federal politics in the electoral afterthought that is Montana is exhausting. It’s an empty helplessness that settles in as November nears, particularly this year. I want to care, but maybe part of growing up is coming to…

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