Articles in this Issue


Do I need to work out before ski season?

I’m not an Olympian

As fresh snow blankets the Bridgers and Big Sky comes to life, we break out our skis with eager anticipation of fresh powder and days spent skiing down the mountains we call home. For most of us, skiing is a seasonal recreation and we don’t…

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Developing Skiers, Leaders and Champions

Nick Michaud is bringing passion, energy, and thoughtfulness to the lives and athletic careers of those he coaches in Bozeman, around the country, and across the world. After recently retiring from his own professional nordic skiing career…

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Artist Bio

November Cover Artist: Matt C. Jackson

Matt C. Jackson is a Ph.D. student in environmental engineering at Montana State University where his research focuses on sustainable wastewater treatment and algal cultivation. He has lived in Bozeman for the past five years where he has worked with…

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Cosmic Pizza Belgrade & Bozeman

Truth be told, Ken Burger and I have known each other for nearly twenty years. Both Brian and I have worked for Ken, he at West Coast Gourmet Pizza as a delivery driver, and I as an assistant manager at Cosmic Pizza in Bozeman while I continued my…

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Bar 3 BBQ

Find here the true makings of southern soul food with Big Sky country style Bozemanites have known Bar 3 for nearly two decades, but the restaurant recently gained new ground right down the road off of East Main in Belgrade. There’s no doubt…

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Living Local
Real Estate

3rd Quarter Real Estate Update

The first round of winter has come a little early to Bozeman this year. While many skiers are getting excited, others in town are hoping we have a little more fall before winter really socks in. Even with the cooler weather, the Bozeman Real Estate…

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Letter From the Editor

150th Issue

Welcome to the November 2019 issue of Bozeman Magazine, our 150th issue! Each month when I take the time to write an editor’s note, I try to impart something of value and encourage readers to explore the pages of the magazine with enthusiasm…

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Historic Bozeman

Sunday Sinnings

When one digs back into the history of the “Wild West,” one too often finds that culture predominated and most places were not as “wild” as we would probably hope to find. Even Cooke City, located at the Northeast Entrance of…

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Regional Writings

Building Towers by Rolling Dice

Exploring and Understanding Mental Health with Logan Rosenstein

Building Towers by Rolling Dice tells the story of Tyler, a young man navigating the trials and tribulations of high school and early adulthood while struggling with depression and anxiety. Initially intended as a private gift for a loved one…

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Screen & Stage

Howl! A Montana Love Story

In 1995, wolves were successfully reintroduced into the Yellowstone National Park region after an absence of 70 years. Before long, the wolves formed into several viable packs, expanding their ranges to create their own territories. Introducing…

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