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From the Blog
Tiny Chester fosters big time creativity
Writer Carol Bradley emailed me earlier this year asking if we’d like to run a story on Chester, Montana. “For its size and location,” Carol wrote, “it’s a surprisingly sophisticated little town, and not just because Grammy winner Philip Aaberg operates a bed and breakfast/recording studio there. They have a terrific little art museum and even an Ikebana club – Japanese flower arranging.” It was an easy yes. Fast forward about […]
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From the Magazine
Big Sky Spotlight: Meet Paul Fugleberg
Story and photo by BRYCE GRAY You wouldn’t know it from the newspaper awards that cover walls of his Polson home, but Paul Fugleberg’s 61-year-and-counting career in journalism had inauspicious beginnings. “When I was in college, I took one semester of journalism. I didn’t like it at all,” Fugleberg said. Luckily for his faithful readers today, Fugleberg, 84, had a change of heart after taking that Los Angeles City College […]
CoMotion Dance Project redefines curriculum through movement
Butterfly Whisperer: Artist helps Yellowstone visitors learn about beautiful bugs
Montana wilderness areas continue to lure adventurers, support local businesses
Ongoing research allows for closer monitoring of Yellowstone’s famed supervolcano
Ready, Set, Go! To Chester: Small prairie town fosters big time creativity
Montana book review: A fiction fix