Articles in this Issue


The Gallatin Range: Bozeman's Big Back Yard

Next time you look south of Bozeman to the mountains that border our beautiful valley, consider what you are seeing.  Rising in a riotous mass of sharp peaks, craggy ridges and vast alpine plateaus, split by steep canyons, decorated…

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Artist Bio

February Cover Artist: Casey Norris

When she’s not on the trail with her family and dogs taking photos, Casey Norris spends her time painting. A New Zealand native, Casey has called Bozeman home since 2012, “I’ve found my place here in Montana. The landscapes…

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Open Range: A Uniquely Montana Experience

The best traditions of Montana hospitality await all guests of Open Range, Downtown Bozeman’s premiere Steakhouse. With over three decades of culinary and hospitality experience, owners Jay and Mary Bentley continue to bring the highest…

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Living Local

A Protector’s Heart

Speech Given at the Gallatin & Park Co Women's March

Hinne baape itchik (It’s a good day.)Good Afternoon! My name is Baachiime iiwachelesh. My English name is Florence Doyle. I’m an enrolled member of the Crow Tribe and a freshman at Bozeman High School.I’d like to welcome you…

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Acclaimed alt-folk quartet from Boston, Darlingside, will perform at The Rialto Theatre in Bozeman on March 12th in support of their celebrated album Extralife (More Doug Records/Thirty Tigers). Lyrically and musically, Darlingside moves…

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Scott Pemberton

The Music Scott Pemberton’s sound is much like the vibe of his native Portland: freaky, fun and just the right amount of weird. The best way to categorize his music is with the moniker “Timber Rock”. Scott naturally applies…

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Real Estate

Year End Real Estate Market Report 2018

In 2018, 1,018 single family homes sold in the areas both inside and outside of Bozeman’s city limits at a median sold price of $456,375. This is compared to 1000 homes sold in 2017 at a median sold price of $409,450, an 11.4% increase…

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Historic Bozeman
Regional Writings

Not Just Another Story of Melting Ice

University of Montana’s Writer in Residence Complicates Narratives of Climate Change in New Book

As glaciers inhale and exhale, their breath combining in the frigid Icelandic air with the people who live alongside them, Dr. M. Jackson listens. She listens to this steady breathing, their deep voices, and the stories they tell her in their…

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After the Apocalypse

Earth, Imagination & Rebirth in Bozeman

“The apocalypse that kills the soul of the world is not at the end of time, not coming, but apocalypse now; and Newton and Locke, Descartes and Kant are its Horsemen. The fantasies of the literal end of the world announce, however, the…

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