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Recreation

Crazy About the Crazies

Rising like ramparts from the high rolling plains of Central Montana, the Crazy Mountains are the highest and most rugged of Montana’s “island” mountain ranges. To the Crow people, they are known as Awaxaawapia Pia (Ominous…

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Artist Bio

March Cover Artist: Robert Rohyl

Robert Royhl is a painter who has been living and working in Bozeman, Montana, for the past thirty-four years. Born in NYC in 1949, he grew up in Tucson, Arizona, and has lived and traveled all over the West. Currently, he is working on a series of…

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Dining

The Iron Horse Cafe & Pie Shop in Three Forks

The best kept secret has been let out of the bag and the Iron Horse Cafe & Pie Shop in Three Forks, Montana, has earned the admiration of its neighbors and the voters in the Bozeman’s Choice Reader Poll for the past two years in a row. In…

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Living Local

Plant Therapy in the Pandemic

If you are struggling to find things to do in the pandemic, then maybe consider getting a leafy green friend for your home. After nurturing your plant and waiting for it to grow, there is nothing better than seeing a new leaf emerge on your…

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Business Feature

Plant Therapy in the Pandemic

If you are struggling to find things to do in the pandemic, then maybe consider getting a leafy green friend for your home. After nurturing your plant and waiting for it to grow, there is nothing better than seeing a new leaf emerge on your…

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Music

Catching Up With Steve Drizos

Brian Ripple: Let’s start back at the beginning. Where did you go to high school? Then you can take it from there. Steve Drizos: Well, I grew up in Upstate New York, right outside of Albany, in a town called Scotia. So I went to Scotia High…

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A Virtually Impossible Task

Playing drums is like making love. You never look down to see how the flow is going.The phrase “a virtually impossible task” resonated in my mind as I hung up the phone (of course, I didn’t really hang up the phone. I just pushed…

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Real Estate

Looking to Buy? Get Pre-Qualified

Buying a home in Bozeman is tough right now. The multiple offers and bidding wars have gotten crazy. Depending on the price range someone is looking in, there can be more than a dozen offers on one home. The most I’ve heard of is 29 offers…

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Art

March Cover Artist: Robert Rohyl

Robert Royhl is a painter who has been living and working in Bozeman, Montana, for the past thirty-four years. Born in NYC in 1949, he grew up in Tucson, Arizona, and has lived and traveled all over the West. Currently, he is working on a series of…

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Historic Bozeman

Top 10 Iconic Women in Bozeman History

Our community’s past is filled with iconic women, so while it is impossible to pick one over another, here are ten ladies who stand out as Bozeman history icons. Audrey AndersonBozeman’s favorite red-haired restaurant owner Audrey…

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The Block That Was Rocked

Shortly after 8:00 am on March 5, 2009, a natural gas explosion rocked downtown Bozeman. The initial blast and resulting fire destroyed and damaged several historic buildings on the north side of Main Street, just east of Bozeman Avenue. Tragically…

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Op/Ed
Screen & Stage

Polaroid Stories

In January of 2020, Bozeman Actors Theatre (BAT) began rehearsing a production of Naomi Iizuka’s Polaroid Stories, intending to stage nine performances in April of 2020. Rehearsals were well underway when Covid-19 reached Gallatin County, and…

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Top 10 List

Top 10 Iconic Women in Bozeman History

Our community’s past is filled with iconic women, so while it is impossible to pick one over another, here are ten ladies who stand out as Bozeman history icons. Audrey AndersonBozeman’s favorite red-haired restaurant owner Audrey…

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