Articles in this Issue

Recreation

Arts and Crafts for Adults: Tying Flies

Summer is fading into fall and soon winter will be arriving in the valley. Anglers will begin chasing fall brown trout while watching cottonwoods morph into colorful works of art before littering the rivers with bright leaves in preparation for…

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And So It (Hunting Season) Begins...

HUNTING SEASON IS FINALLY HERE!!! Sportsmen are celebrating their annual ritual of venturing into the outdoors. We only have so many seasons in our lives and none of us want to waste any.  Fall in Montana is special to all of us that live here…

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Artist Bio

September Cover Artist: Micah Rauch

Micah Rauch is a multi-talented illustrator and graphic designer originally from Wolf Point, Montana. He has been living in beautiful Bozeman, Montana with his wife and two kids since 2012. While much of his work isn’t publicly visible, his…

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Dining

From Apples to Zucchini Kid’s Dig Local Foods

The bounty of Montana’s harvest is in full-swing. This month is peak time for those wanting to both savor and devour local gems like plums, tomatoes, beans, squash, meats and cheeses. On any evening this month, you may find me gorging on cherry…

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Storm Castle Café

Serving a Piece of Montana - One Breakfast at a Time

On any given day (except Tuesday and Wednesday), the Storm Castle Café is open from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., riddled with the smell of coffee, the sound of laughter and music, and perhaps most importantly, a satisfying breakfast. Located right…

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Living Local

Money Come Money Go

You can literally stand in front of her, waving a fist full of hundos, saying ‘I’ll buy you whatever you want’, and she’ll stand there panic stricken like you’re waving a dead rat in her face.” James bursts into…

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From Apples to Zucchini Kid’s Dig Local Foods

The bounty of Montana’s harvest is in full-swing. This month is peak time for those wanting to both savor and devour local gems like plums, tomatoes, beans, squash, meats and cheeses. On any evening this month, you may find me gorging on cherry…

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Music

Tchaikovsky & Special Guest Judith Ingolfsson

The Bozeman Symphony announces their 51st concert season presenting a wide variety of thrilling concert experiences, with repertoire ranging from the Baroque period through the 21st century. They’ll introduce some of the leading guest artists…

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Rodrigo y Gabriela

Since they left Mexico for Ireland in 1999, Rodrigo y Gabriela have established themselves as one of the most popular acoustic instrumental bands in the world. They have sold in excess of 1.5 million albums worldwide, and have sold out venues like…

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Family

From Apples to Zucchini Kid’s Dig Local Foods

The bounty of Montana’s harvest is in full-swing. This month is peak time for those wanting to both savor and devour local gems like plums, tomatoes, beans, squash, meats and cheeses. On any evening this month, you may find me gorging on cherry…

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Kids

From Apples to Zucchini Kid’s Dig Local Foods

The bounty of Montana’s harvest is in full-swing. This month is peak time for those wanting to both savor and devour local gems like plums, tomatoes, beans, squash, meats and cheeses. On any evening this month, you may find me gorging on cherry…

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Real Estate

Belgrade Real Estate Market Report

While the Real Estate Market in Bozeman is generally the focus of this article, Belgrade, our neighbor to the west, is important to watch as well. Belgrade is a vital part of the Gallatin Valley.From the first of the year through August 1st, 194…

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Art
Historic Bozeman

Historic Rural Schoolhouses At Risk

Montana is well known for its breathtaking mountain views, majestic lakes, and vast expanses of open prairie, but an ongoing study is honing in on a particular type of building often seen within those iconic landscapes – the country…

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Gallatin Agricultural History

With increasing conversations about growth and development, we should not forget our agricultural heritage, and the sustaining benefits we continue to enjoy today, including our scenic views and open spaces.The earliest explorers remarked about the…

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Screen & Stage
What's Your Beef?

What's Your Beef? That’s Debatable

George McGovern was a former Democratic presidential candidate and senator from 1963 to 1981, who passed away in 2012. Before that, he served in the U.S. Air Force during WWII, where he met and befriended another future senator and presidential…

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