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Set in the idyllic Clark Fork River Valley, steps from the Clark Fork River, the Montana Baroque Festival presents three... MORE
Rock Creek Lodge hosts a week of music and Rocky Mountain Oysters served with cowboy beans. This event for mature... MORE
What began as a small community street fair has evolved into what is now the Richland County Fair and Rodeo entertaining 30,... MORE
Joseph Shelton is a freelance writer who graduated from Montana State University with a degree in English Literature. He lives in Bozeman, where he enjoys hiking, reading, and being a misunderstood artist-type. Though I have not of late gone to church as often as I used to, and though I no longer... MORE
Bill Muhlenfeld is owner and publisher of Distinctly Montana magazine and other publications. He lives in Bozeman with his partner, Anthea, and always finds time to enjoy the great outdoors, when he is not writing about it.... Let's face it. Montana is just one big bucket list all by itself.... MORE
A single lightning bolt killed 45 cattle on a Darby-area ranch last week. The cows, calves and a prize bull were crowded... MORE
With freedom of speech on their side, organizers of Missoula’s first “Bare as You Dare” public bicycle ride have received... MORE
The ADCI or the American Dream Composite IndexTM powered by dunnhumby is a measure of the level of satisfaction... MORE
Summer Skiing by Sean McSpadden In southern Montana, the ski season never has to end. While some Montanans pack up their skis and toss them into dark attics, others just change from snow pants to...
(Really) Small Houses Under the Big Sky by Joseph Shelton I am standing in Paul House’s yard (behind the historic Bozeman Cottage) on a sunny day on the cusp of summer. A rain overnight has softened...
Montana in 30 Years: State and National Parks Interview with Chas Van Genderen, Administrator of Montana State Parks Can you describe what visiting Montana’s parks might be like in 2044? How...