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Cypress Yard’s Citrus and Scallop Salad

A new family-owned restaurant in Whitefish confronts a pandemic shortly after opening

Corpse Reviver

New variations of cocktails are conceived during these times as well, including the Corpse Reviver No. 1 and No. 2

Sowing Compassion

The Farmhouse Inn and Kitchen has modified its farm-to-table approach to ensure people in need during the pandemic receive food on their table, carrying on generations of generosity

Preventing and Treating Shoulder Pain

Among the most common problems I see as a physical therapist are shoulder pain and injuries

The Best of Times, The Worst of Times

Quarantine gave us all time to think

The Power of Imagination

This uncomfortable time will make us better, but I keep coming back to the role imagination can and should play, taking cues from our children

Montana In Focus

Photographer Bret Bouda has spent what seems like a lifetime photographing Glacier National Park and the Flathead Valley, but before he arrived in Northwest Montana he could not have been further from home.

Abbie’s Way

Nearly 30 years after the death of Abigail Frederick, a luminous peace activist and the namesake of the Flathead Valley’s domestic violence service provider, her community recalls the impact she had on their lives.

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