Articles in this Issue


Bobcat Football: Building a Team

Montana State Football is on its biggest losing streak since 2013, when the team lost the last three Conference games. These last four games played this season have looked like opponents the Bobcats could take down easily with an offense led by two…

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Finding Empowerment

Why am I anxious? My brain is clogged, and the circle of people I’m sitting in feels cramped. It’s my first day of volunteering as a mentor for Big Sky Youth Empowerment and instead of showing up with presence and compassion like I…

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Artist Bio

November Cover Artist: K Potter

  When K Potter was a little girl, her dad would patiently sit with her at the kitchen table and draw hundreds of flowers. Birthday presents were usually art related, and in the second grade, when they asked “What do you want to be when…

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Ted's Montana Grill

Part of the allure of the West is our celebration and desire for hearty, delicious food. Looking at our heritage and history, food is what brings people together for nourishment, both in body and in soul. It’s easy to imagine a group of…

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Living Local

United in Light: A Mission of Love

When I visited United in Light’s Draft Horse Rescue sanctuary, It was a windy Saturday afternoon, presaging winter with its chill. Nestled in a small valley in Livingston with a view of the distant snow-tipped Absarokas, the ten-acre sanctuary…

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A Community Conversation About Cannabis

Listen Harder When You Disagree. Have you ever actually done this? In October 2016, the Interchange Symposium hosted a round table debate concerning cannabis. Six panelists sat in front of a full room of attendees to discuss their positions on the…

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Bozeman’s Best

As those of us who know Bozeman well are likely aware, our town has proudly become known as one of the “it” places to be in America. The surrounding rivers, mountains, and Montana’s notorious big skies have been a continuous draw to…

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The Shook Twins and Rabbit Wilde

Though all four members of Rabbit Wilde grew up running around wooded areas of the same small town in the farthest Northwest corner of Washington state, brothers Zach and Nathan didn’t meet Miranda, the third founding member, until they had…

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11:11 Presents ASTRONAUTALIS

Once you find out that Astronautalis was born to a Texas train man with a nose crooked from bar fights and a pretty Kentucky girl who ran away from home at 17 to become a photographer, it becomes clear that he didn’t stumble into the life of a…

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Have Some Hope With Your Autism Diagnosis

All the debate over diagnosis and misdiagnonis, and vaccinations contributing to the onset of autism spectrum disorder overshadows the real issue: that children and families all over the U.S. and Montana deal with the effects of autism every day…

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Be Your Own Health Advocate

Lets face it, everywhere we turn we are being bombarded by advertisements and marketing about the newest, latest, greatest, magic bullet to fix all your health care concerns. Unfortunately there is no one thing that will heal your body and restore…

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Real Estate

November Bozeman Real Estate Report

The Bozeman Real Estate market has continued to see rapid growth during the first three quarters of 2016. While the great recession was really just a few short years ago, it now seems to be a distant memory. The overall number of sales is at an…

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Letter From the Editor

Looking Forward With Bozeman Mag

Bozeman Magazine is the voice of our community and the community members invested in telling their stories and the story of Bozeman each month. In each issue about ten writers contribute, in 2017 you could be one of them. As a leading local…

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Historic Bozeman

Bozeman’s Women’s Clubs-Advocacy since 1894

“In Numbers There is Strength”

Advocacy, by definition is public support for or recommendation of a particular cause or policy. In today’s political climate it could be thought that the pressing issues of today, while important, are somehow new as well. If you consider 1894…

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Screen & Stage

Bozeman Doc Series: All This Panic

On Sunday, November 6th, The Bozeman Doc Series presents the Montana premiere of All This Panic, a beautifully shot, intimate look at the interior lives of seven teenage girls as they come of age in Brooklyn.Shot over a three-year period in a lush…

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Verge Theatre November

Random Acts of ImprovThe amazing Bozeman Improverts are on the Verge Main Stage in November to tackle long form improv, the tight rope walk of the theater world! Using only an audience member's suggestion for the name of a play, the Improverts will…

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What's Your Beef?

What's Your Beef? Park It, Or Leave It

To get right to the point—the BIG issue for Bozemanites is not jobs, the economy, drought, the weather, dogs or taxes—no, it is where to park when downtown. Whether it’s for shopping at unique stores, enjoying some fabulous food, or…

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