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Two Generations of Dunnigans

Andy Dunnigan took a different path to musical success than his father, John, but all roads lead back to where it started: a Flathead home filled with music and love

Sweet Success

After 10 years of scoops, Marissa Keenan and Sam Dauenhauer reflect on the evolution and growth of Sweet Peaks Ice Cream

Lofty Ambitions Rooted in the Earth

The creative team behind this Cape Cod-influenced home embraced a challenging site and built into the hillside to maximize the potential of both the house and land

Bohemian Rhapsody

Boho design, unlike a lot of other designs and styles, is free from rules. It’s OK to create your own version of Boho.

The Crucible

From the “Awakenings & Our Teachers” issue of  Whitefish Review

Snow Buffalo

Big-bearded tele-skier Dan’l Moore, who once skied every month for nearly 17 years straight, carries on a legacy of winter wisdom as a volunteer patroller and quiet leader in the snow-covered backcountry

Hatching Good Times on the Riverside

An old homestead near Bigfork was transformed into The Nest on Swan River, a year-round retreat and event venue in a gorgeous setting

Canvas Kombucha Brewing

Huckleberry-Mint, Cherry-Cinnamon-Cayenne, cool Strawberry Rhubarb, and more

Jersey Boys Pizzeria’s Smokey Bear

Featuring pulled pork, barbecue sauce, smoked mozzarella cheese and freshly sliced jalapenos, the Smokey Bear is one "slice of the week" standout

Peas, Three Ways

Pasta Carbonara, English Pea Compound Butter, andWarm English Pea & New Potato Salad 

Madam of Martin City

The life and legacy of Mabel Lydston, a generous brothel operator and widely respected community leader during the Hungry Horse Dam boom days

The Pilates Reformer

Two decades ago, Delia Buckmaster tiptoed into a fitness discipline that barely existed in Northwest Montana and transformed herself into an internationally recognized instructor

Raised on Skis

The nice gentleman asks, “Did your parents bring you skiing as a child and instill this lifestyle in you, and now you’re doing the same?”

Limiting the Effects of ‘Hibernation Syndome’

Are you so excited to dust off your running shoes, bicycle, or hiking boots that you've forgotten your body is battling the effects of decreased physical activity in winter?

Kindness and the Value of Real Human Interactions

Our columnist on aging considers the pace of technological change in our society—and how human interactions will always be valuable