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The Road to Our Third

Being pregnant is like hitching your best intentions and thoughts to the unknown

Power of Perspective

Our motivation will hit pleasant peaks and tumultuous valleys. Here's how to stay the course through the challenges

Being Your Best at Any Age

Aging has affirmed this lesson: make an agreement to be the best you can, not as some standard, but as your unique self

The Bakery Boom

Uptown Hearth in downtown Columbia Falls is among the most recent additions to the region’s impressive batch of boulangeries

Abruzzo Italian Kitchen’s Traditional Bolognese

New Whitefish restaurant is serving up authentic, homemade Italian fare

Absinthe Verte and Blanche

There's no spirit out there with more of a stigma than the transformative absinthe

Lemon, Three Ways

This sweet and sour citrus makes every dish brighter

A Century of Cycling

Venerable downtown Kalispell bike shop Wheaton’s still evolving as it celebrates 100 years in business

James J. Hill: Architect of the Northwest

This year is the 125th anniversary of “Empire Builder” James J. Hill completing his Great Northern Railway, which changed the Flathead Valley and the Pacific Northwest forever

Up the Great Divide

The National Trails System celebrates 50 years as one of the greatest innovations in American outdoor recreation history: the long-distance hiking trail, including the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail, 750 miles of which run through Montana

Seeds of a Movement

A sprawling network of people and institutions are re-crafting our notions of food systems and healthy communities, starting with kids

Interview with Michael Keaton

"Once you see the West, there is no going back."

Flathead Lake’s North Shore

Recharge after winter and witness migrating birds along this pristine shoreline

The Boom and Bust of the Eureka Christmas Tree Industry

Led by the town known as the ‘Christmas Tree Capital of the World,’ for decades Northwest Montana shipped more tannenbaums than anywhere else in the country

The Grand Architect of Kalispell

Fred Brinkman, with up to 100 structures to his name, including some of the town’s most recognizable homes and businesses, is perhaps more responsible for shaping Kalispell’s appearance than any other person