Articles in this Issue

Recreation

Top 10 Yellowstone Bucket-List Destinations

For 150 years, Yellowstone National Park has provided retreats for millions—to embrace the great outdoors, study the wonders of nature, and appreciate America’s hard work to preserve natural, sublime landscapes. With two million acres of…

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One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish

Have you ever wondered how many trout there are in a given stretch of river? I think about this a lot. I think about it every time I stand beside or float along a river. Whether I am casting a fly or just appreciating the…

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Artist Bio

June Cover Artist: Craig Collar

Craig Collar was born and raised in Montana and graduated from Montana State University with a degree in mechanical engineering. During his childhood years in Great Falls, he was told that his first full sentence was “the wind blows…

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Dining

Valhalla Meadery

Mead is not only the drink of sea-faring Vikings and long-dead royalty, it is also a popular choice today in Bozeman. One of only two meaderies in the state, Valhalla Meadery [875 Bridger Drive] has been keeping this “nectar of the gods”…

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Living Local

Top 10 Yellowstone Bucket-List Destinations

For 150 years, Yellowstone National Park has provided retreats for millions—to embrace the great outdoors, study the wonders of nature, and appreciate America’s hard work to preserve natural, sublime landscapes. With two million acres of…

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The Epic Yellowstone Fires of 1988

One of my most memorable seasons in Yellowstone was in 1988. The fires of ’88 burned 1.4 million acres in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and 36% (793,880 acres) of Yellowstone National Park. These fires were the result of environmental and…

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Bozeman Women First in Yellowstone

Bozeman women began visiting Yellowstone Park while the ink was still drying on President Grant’s signature on the bill that created it in 1872. By then many of the men who came to Montana for the gold rush had returned to the states to…

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Building Gibson Guitars

You may have bought sheet music or an instrument from Robi Johns when he worked at Music Villa in the early 1980’s. You may have taken a guitar class from him when he was an adjunct music professor at MSU/Bozeman. Maybe you saw him perform as part…

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Business Feature

Building Gibson Guitars

You may have bought sheet music or an instrument from Robi Johns when he worked at Music Villa in the early 1980’s. You may have taken a guitar class from him when he was an adjunct music professor at MSU/Bozeman. Maybe you saw him perform as part…

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Music

Building Gibson Guitars

You may have bought sheet music or an instrument from Robi Johns when he worked at Music Villa in the early 1980’s. You may have taken a guitar class from him when he was an adjunct music professor at MSU/Bozeman. Maybe you saw him perform as part…

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Goochslam

Three of the sweetest people you could ever meet have created one of the most intriguing, talent-filled, fun-to-watch Punk bands in Gallatin Valley’s music scene. Goochslam—you read that right—is comprised of Cooper Tedford on…

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Real Estate
Letter From the Editor

15th Anniversary of Bozeman Magazine

In celebration of the 15th anniversary of Bozeman Magazine, I thought a look at the why of our business would be appropriate. The answer can be distilled down to one word: community. When I moved to Bozeman from a small Northwest Montana community in…

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Historic Bozeman

The Epic Yellowstone Fires of 1988

One of my most memorable seasons in Yellowstone was in 1988. The fires of ’88 burned 1.4 million acres in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and 36% (793,880 acres) of Yellowstone National Park. These fires were the result of environmental and…

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Bozeman Women First in Yellowstone

Bozeman women began visiting Yellowstone Park while the ink was still drying on President Grant’s signature on the bill that created it in 1872. By then many of the men who came to Montana for the gold rush had returned to the states to…

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Op/Ed

What's Your Beef? Last Resort

It’s common knowledge that Bozeman is an expensive place to live. The price of housing is steadily rising, and affordable apartments are scarce. Many are resorting to living in campers and RVs, boondocking in empty lots around Bozeman. Others…

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What's Your Beef?

What's Your Beef? Last Resort

It’s common knowledge that Bozeman is an expensive place to live. The price of housing is steadily rising, and affordable apartments are scarce. Many are resorting to living in campers and RVs, boondocking in empty lots around Bozeman. Others…

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Top 10 List

Top 10 Yellowstone Bucket-List Destinations

For 150 years, Yellowstone National Park has provided retreats for millions—to embrace the great outdoors, study the wonders of nature, and appreciate America’s hard work to preserve natural, sublime landscapes. With two million acres of…

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