Articles in this Issue

Recreation

The Bear & Me

Fear is relative. Until you are in the middle of it. Last week, at dawn, I drove up the Taylor Fork Road to the four-mile mark. At the split, I turned south and followed Wapiti Creek until the dirt road ended. Two moose were grazing out on a piece of…

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Forest Bathing: A Dose of Nature

I woke up this morning in a shady, creekside campground south of Red Lodge, and finally realized why I’ve been feeling down the last few weeks: I’ve been spending too much time inside. The summer heat has made me lethargic; my packed…

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Artist Bio

September Cover Artist: Offbrand Gumby

Offbrand Gumby is the fictitious name chosen by this month’s local cover artist. Currently a Junior at Gallatin High School, Offbrand Gumby has lived in Montana for five years, having relocated from Long Island, NY. The young artist has created…

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Dining

Feed Café

It’s no secret that this once small town, now medium-sized city, is a gem known for kindness. It’s what drew restaurant owner Serena Rundberg to Bozeman a number of years ago. Like many residents, she fell in love with the whole Bozeman…

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Living Local

Taking Care of the Place We Love

As Bozeman’s population / visitation has grown exponentially over the last decade, it has become clear that we need to take some steps to preserve the things that make Bozeman a unique community and a pristine recreational destination. While we…

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Music

Eric Ambel Hits The Road With Sarah Borges

Venerable producer, guitar-player, and songwriter, Eric “Roscoe” Ambel, will be heading out on tour with Sarah Borges for his most extensive run of dates in several years. The tour, billed as Sarah Borges with Eric Ambel, will feature the…

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Wellness

How Mental Health Is Affecting The Workplace

For decades, the phrase “mental health” has been considered a taboo topic; we have focused on physical health, a youthful appearance and longevity for generations. Today, mental health is front and center, both for society in general and…

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Forest Bathing: A Dose of Nature

I woke up this morning in a shady, creekside campground south of Red Lodge, and finally realized why I’ve been feeling down the last few weeks: I’ve been spending too much time inside. The summer heat has made me lethargic; my packed…

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Bozeman’s Mental Health Resources

Chances are you or someone you know has experienced mental health struggles. Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), one in five U.S. adults experiences…

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Real Estate

Belgrade Real Estate Market Report

Belgreat! Bozeman’s neighbor to the west, Belgrade, is an essential part of the Gallatin Valley, and this month, we’ll take a look at how their real estate market has fared during the first seven months of 2022.From the first of the year…

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Letter From the Editor

Letter From the Editor: Serving Our Community

Thank you for picking up the 183rd issue of Bozeman Magazine! This issue features topics that relate to mental health and Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. We’ve gathered resources, made lists, featured businesses who give back, and hope to…

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Historic Bozeman
Regional Writings
Screen & Stage

No Time Off For Paula Poundstone

Paula Poundstone returns to Bozeman’s Ellen Theatre Saturday, September 17, 2022. Her witty nature and ability to poke fun at just about anything has kept audiences engaged for decades. She says, “I tell myself my fans are smart, but you…

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Top 10 List

Top 10 Ways to Reduce Everyday Stress

The best way to eliminate stress and ensure good mental health is to retire. This approach has worked for me for a number of years. To many of you that will sound smug, patronizing. Yet it does provide an insight into good practice. I remain busy…

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