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Recreation

Top 10 Recreational Sports League in Bozeman

Looking for some good, community-centric activities to fill your time in the near future and keep you active? Well, you’re in luck, because Bozeman offers a host of recreational leagues to choose from. Whether your golden days are ahead of you…

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Artist Bio

March Cover Artist: Elizabeth Loftis

For as long as she can remember, Elizabeth Geers Loftis has loved drawing and painting, so it wasn’t surprising when she chose to study art at Colorado State University. Her life took an amazing twist when she married a fellow Coloradan, Bob…

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Dining

Indulge Yourself At Vienne

It feels great to be healthy and work out, but let’s face it—we all get a sweet tooth every now and then. Vienne, a newly established, French-inspired bakery and café located at 101 S. Wallace Avenue (near the Bozeman Public…

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Living Local

Balancing the Sun This Equinox

Every year, the depths of winter shroud us in darkness and bitter cold. We hunker down and try our best to be content, but as the inevitable daydreams of warmer weather and longer days begin to creep in, seeds of restlessness sow themselves in our…

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New Staycation Ideas For Spring Break

March is Spring Break month in Bozeman. Falling neatly in the middle of the month, kindergarteners to grad students get a week off to do as they choose. If you’re planning to stick around town and are looking for something new and interesting…

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Music

What The Heck Is A Corb Lund?

Logjam Presents is pleased to welcome Corb Lund with support from Lauren Morrow for a live in-concert performance at The ELM on April 2, 2022. Corb Lund has received multiple CCMA, Juno, and international award nominations and wins. A rural Albertan…

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Classical Series No. 5 SCHEHERAZADE

Lauded by The New York Times as a “terrific singer” with a “deep, rich timbre” and the San Francisco Chronicle as an “opera powerhouse” with a “weighty and forthright” sound, Sidney Outlaw was the Grand…

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Real Estate
Art
Letter From the Editor

New Staycation Ideas For Spring Break

March is Spring Break month in Bozeman. Falling neatly in the middle of the month, kindergarteners to grad students get a week off to do as they choose. If you’re planning to stick around town and are looking for something new and interesting…

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Historic Bozeman
Op/Ed

Community Planning & Neighborhood Transitions

On February 9, 2022, the City Commission decided to allow a zoning change on Lamme Street between North Grand and North Third Avenues from R-4 (high-density residential) to B-3 (downtown business). This is not the first zoning change in the…

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Screen & Stage

Angels in America

This month, Bozeman residents have the opportunity to attend a performance of Angels in America, Part 1: Millennium Approaches. Debuting for the first time in Montana, the Broadway hit from award-winning playwright Tony Kushner, directed by longtime…

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Community Planning & Neighborhood Transitions

On February 9, 2022, the City Commission decided to allow a zoning change on Lamme Street between North Grand and North Third Avenues from R-4 (high-density residential) to B-3 (downtown business). This is not the first zoning change in the…

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