Articles in this Issue


Bullseye Your Target Shooting

As our dusty pickup truck jostled upwards through its desiccated surroundings, fine clouds of grit spewed from its tires and dissipated into a light, but sweltering breeze. For over half an hour my girlfriend and I had been progressing at a steady…

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Artist Bio

May Cover Artist: Ryley Enich

Ryley Enich is a designer, outdoor enthusiast and artist. His work, a reflection of where he feels most happy, largely depicts scenes from mountain hikes, pristine streams or alpine lakes. He is a native Missoulian and Bozeman area transplant, and…

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Last Call Modern Mexican

There is something about this place that continues to draw people here. A simple pandemic road trip to keep a vacation promise to his kids led Luis Valdovinos to Bozeman from Albuquerque, New Mexico in the summer of 2020. By fall, the magnetism had…

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Living Local

Mapping Out A List Of State Names

As school children, we were required to memorize the names of the 50 states that make up the United States. We were also required to memorize the names of all state capital cities. That adds up to 100 names to memorize—no wonder I found grade…

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Spring Road Trip

Every May I charge off somewhere too early for the season. I once loaded a large canoe on top of a small car and drove to Hyalite. The ice fisherman out on the reservoir got a good laugh from that misguided decision. I put my head down and drove the…

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Vigilante Music Festival

In May 1863, a group of prospectors were headed toward the Yellowstone River and instead came upon a party of the Crow tribe and was forced to return to Bannack. On May 26, 1863, Bill Fairweather and Henry Edgar discovered gold near Alder Creek. The…

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Sitting Around the Table with Jacob Rountree

Mid-April, I had the opportunity to sit down with Jacob Rountree, an up-and-coming singer-songwriter who has been building momentum in the Pacific Northwest, particularly in Bozeman, over the last five years. Jacob won Bozeman Magazine’s…

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Real Estate

Bozeman Condo & Townhouse Sales

As the green grass starts to occasionally peek out, the weather is reminding us that Bozeman is a mountain town. We were teased by an early stretch of warm weather, but as I write this, winter has returned and reminded many not to take their snow…

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Letter From the Editor

Get Ready For Your Next Adventure

Each May, Bozeman celebrates as over a thousand students graduate from Montana State University and ready themselves for their next adventure. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the publishers of Bozeman Magazine graduating from MSU with art…

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Historic Bozeman
Top 10 List

Top 10 Trivia Night Venues

While our “spring” weather seems to deeply enjoy misbehaving, Bozeman residents can lift weary heads from their hands, and take heart in one of the best activities for the downtrodden to pass time until summer arrives: some trivia! With…

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