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A “Crazy Idea” Comes to Life

Developer Mark Panissidi converts a long-dormant subdivision into an affordable townhome development

Bridge to the Past

Architects design a bridge to connect an existing structure to a new home, while also bridging generations together.

Pretty in Pink

Pink is so versatile that it can be modern, traditional, minimal, country and more.

The Mountain Millers

For Brian Miller, the face of the Herron Half Marathon, running is all about time on a trail. Now he’s passed that love on to his sons, to the benefit of the Flathead running community.

Connecting with Glacier Park’s Past

What to do in Glacier National Park while everyone else is hiking

Whitefish Review: Interview with Yvon Chouinard

From the literary journal's archives 

The Forgotten Legend of Nick Lassa

Lassa, a Native American from the Flathead Valley, played for one of the NFL’s original teams, the Oorang Indians, and wrestled bears during halftime, carving out a legacy largely overlooked through the decades

Plein to See

Flathead Valley painters, from amateurs to pros, paint “en plein air” to experience the wonder of Northwest Montana

The Sailor at Home

Fifty years ago, Robin Lee Graham made international headlines when he became the youngest person to ever sail solo around the world. Today, he and his wife Patti live a quiet life on the shores of Flathead Lake.

The Lifeblood of a Community

As the only restaurant in a huge radius east of Kalispell, Blaine Creek Grill feeds a hungry agricultural population plus a growing clientele from all corners of the area

Rebel Roots Kitchen’s Rebel “Rice” Bowl

Looking to bring the clean and healthy food she loves to her community, Stefanie Bridges opened Rebel Roots Kitchen at the Palace Bar in Whitefish

Wheatfish Whiskey and Lager

Glacier Distilling | Great Northern Brewing

Elk, Three Ways

Chef Aaron Paul Killian's chimichurri, sausages, and chili

Visit the Seeley-Swan Valley

Highway 83 cuts through an area rich in wildlife and water recreation

Embracing Change

How do kids understand change? Their oh-so-wise answers will surprise you.