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Artist Bio

January Cover Artist: Alienated Productions

Alienated Productions is a photography/digital art business founded by Kasandra Kessel. Kasandra started out shooting many styles of photography, but found her true passion in portrait photography as the years went on. Kasandra specializes in edgy…

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Dining

Whistle Pig Korean

Established in 2014 by husband and wife team Ross Franklin and Emma Woods, Whistle Pig Korean is one of only two Korean restaurants in Bozeman. The active couple met while teaching English in Korea and ended up in Bozeman so Ross could attend Montana…

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Living Local

Top 10 New Businesses in Bozeman

Bozeman is always changing, and it can be tricky keeping up with all the new businesses opening their doors! Here is a list of 10 new businesses in Bozeman. Cat Show Cat CafeThis one wins for the most unique new business in Bozeman! The cat cafe…

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Carving Connections and Sculpting Support

Bozeman’s abundant opportunities to get outside and play feel like a life raft during these turbulent times. When indoor isolation feels overwhelming, we can hit the slopes and chat with friends through our goggles and masks or get the kids out…

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Gallatin’s Gateway Community

The community of Gallatin Gateway is one of the older settlements in Gallatin County and had its beginnings in the 1860s. Zachariah Sales relocated his family from Wisconsin to the Gallatin Valley in 1865, and they began ranching. Because of the…

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Music

Children of the Korn

Korn was going through a tremendous amount of transition towards the end of 2005, when David Silveira was the drummer. David, an original member of the band, was debating whether or not to stay in the band. I auditioned and got the second drummer…

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Real Estate

New Year, New Goals

Happy New Year! We all know that 2020 was a crazy year in so many ways. As we move into the New Year, this is a great time to reflect on wins and losses and make a plan to have a great 2021. Many people make resolutions this time of year, and what…

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Art

Carving Connections and Sculpting Support

Bozeman’s abundant opportunities to get outside and play feel like a life raft during these turbulent times. When indoor isolation feels overwhelming, we can hit the slopes and chat with friends through our goggles and masks or get the kids out…

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Letter From the Editor

Pretty Iconic

I doubt I am alone in kicking 2020 to the curb, turning the proverbial calendar page, and welcoming what must be a better year than the one we just survived (my favorite holiday card from 2020 was the one from a friend that simply said “We…

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Historic Bozeman

Gallatin’s Gateway Community

The community of Gallatin Gateway is one of the older settlements in Gallatin County and had its beginnings in the 1860s. Zachariah Sales relocated his family from Wisconsin to the Gallatin Valley in 1865, and they began ranching. Because of the…

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Screen & Stage

Warren Miller Performing Arts Center

About forty miles south of Bozeman is the town of Big Sky and the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center, which brings world-renowned performing artists to the people who live and travel to Southwestern Montana.For over seven years, John Zirkle…

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What's Your Beef?

What's Your Beef? Spades

The phrase “call a spade a spade” originated with the classical Greek philosopher Plutarch and has been recycled through time by the likes of Oscar Wilde, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and others. I’ve always been curious about the term as…

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Top 10 List

Top 10 New Businesses in Bozeman

Bozeman is always changing, and it can be tricky keeping up with all the new businesses opening their doors! Here is a list of 10 new businesses in Bozeman. Cat Show Cat CafeThis one wins for the most unique new business in Bozeman! The cat cafe…

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