Articles in this Issue


Treasure State Parks Await

Montana is home to 55 State Parks waiting for each of us to explore. You won’t find much in the way of man-made attractions in Montana; what you will find are breathtaking views, rich landscapes, amazing camping, scenic byways and opportunities…

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Artist Bio

May Cover Artist Merissa Lambert

Artfully crafted, always up for adventure. Merissa Lambert has photographed weddings and commercial photography since 2009. Based in Bozeman, she loves traveling anywhere in Montana and beyond! She believes in taking photography seriously, not…

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Jam! Let’s Do Brunch

Brunch. It’s everyone’s favorite fused word and everyone’s favorite lazy-day meal. It manages to gather together gaggles of chatty friends who hash out and try to recall the hazy details of the weekend’s events and families…

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Living Local

Here’s The Beef

Stop your negative thinking. You’ve read the title and are thinking that this is probably another one of those common food, recipe or dining articles. You are all set to turn the page to read something more interesting and entertaining . Stop…

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White Sulphur Springs Weekend

Every so often the calendar sneaks in an unexpected 3-day weekend. The kids have Monday off school because...why this time? One of those made-up bank holidays. You know the type. They do tend to creep up. You can get the time off, but booking a…

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Ahoy! Pirate Party & Groovin' On The Gallatin

Planning your summer adventures doesn’t have to be hard, the hardest part is knowing that there may be more than one festival happening the weekend you are looking to get away! From the Bridgers to the Gallatins to the Bitterroots, and every…

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Real Estate

May Bozeman Real Estate Report

As ski season has given way to biking, hiking, and fishing season, the strong Real Estate season is also upon us. While this article generally focuses on sales of single family homes; condos & townhouses make up a large part of our market as…

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Historic Bozeman

Sedition in Gallatin County

Sugar, the Kaiser and Two Years Imprisonment

On April 11, 1918 Frank McVey, a laborer from Illinois, stepped into a Logan restaurant, about 25 miles from Bozeman. His complaint about sugar and a comment in support of the Kaiser landed him in the local jail. He would spend the next three years…

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Screen & Stage

Freak Out at the Verge Theatre

Local playwright, Ryan Cassavaugh has done it again, upping the ante on his own madcap adventure in writing. With the help of local musician, Joe Knapp, they have created this all original psychedelic rock musical that will be performed using…

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