Articles in this Issue


Stewards of our Spaces

Earth is becoming a more crowded place. Our personal spaces are gradually getting smaller. Urban folks have way less space than us Montanans. No matter how much space you have, we all have something in common. No one wants to have spaces that are…

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Artist Bio

December Cover Artist: Cristina Marian

Originally from Romania, Cristina Marian moved to the United States in 2013 and feels like Bozeman is her home now. She divides her time between working in the studio, exhibiting her artwork and pursuing a Master of Fine Arts degree at Montana State…

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The Club Tavern & Grill

The Club Tavern & Grill is located inside the Best Western Plus Grantree Inn. It’s well known as a local favorite restaurant and long-time family friendly upscale sports bar destination in Bozeman and is as dependable as a place of service can get…

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Living Local

Blueprint in Bozeman

As far as my understanding on homelessness went, my knowledge on the issue wasn’t as full as it is now. I grew up in Connecticut, which has the greatest “achievement gap” in the country. To be frank, Connecticut’s obstinate…

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An Interview with Montana Raptor Center

Healing for the Hawk

Becky opened the wood door, unlocking the clasp without saying a word.We stepped into the enclosure, a large, looming bird swooping above our heads to land on the other side of the room. I let out a surprised, undefinable squawk, unsure if I should…

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All Are Welcome to the Bozeman Symphony

Christmastime is upon us. With the spirit of the season and joyful energy of change, we remember what’s precious to us: family, friends, and time spent together. Similar to this magical season, The Bozeman Symphony, a long-standing beacon of the…

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December at the Filling Station

December is typically a slower month for live music in Bozeman, but this year might actually be an exception. There are events happening all over town this year and at the Filling Station especially. The first weekend of the month we will hear from…

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Wind In The Willows: Bozeman Band on the Rise

Twenty-eight miles west of Denver, in a small community named for the trees that keep their green color all year long, childhood friends Ryen Dalvit and Maren Stubenvoll grew up writing music together in Evergreen, CO. They started making music…

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Real Estate

Cash on Cash Versus Cap Rate

For those who invest in real estate or are looking to invest in real estate, there are certain key numbers that are useful to examine a potential investment’s return. Two of the most commonly used numbers to calculate rates of return are the…

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Letter From the Editor

Gift Local Experiences

Sometimes things don’t work out. And it’s okay. I thought I had a great idea to include a Give Experiences and Good Gift Guide in this issue of Bozeman Magazine. The intention was good; it was the execution that fell flat. When you are…

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Historic Bozeman
Screen & Stage

Bah Humbug! A Christmas Carol 2019

A Christmas Carol, the famous story by Charles Dickens, comes to The Ellen Theatre December 6 through December 22. Dickens first conceived of this story as a pamphlet meant to speak out against the conditions that led to poor children being forced…

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What's Your Beef?

What's Your Beef? This is Normal

We live in a culture that cultivates the art of pretending not to know. This could be one definition of privilege. In playing along, we the privileged beneficiaries of the system avert our eyes from injustice, greed, and inhumanity to take up…

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