Trust in Walking

Local author Antonia Malchik published her first book ‘A Walking Life’ last year, emphasizing the relationship between walking and communities.

Labor of Love

Dave and Annie Mulcahy have spent 30 years building a home near Bigfork with their own hands, sourcing salvaged materials from historical landmarks and thrifty secondhand discoveries to gradually turn their napkin-sketched blueprint into reality

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

Remnants of our Agricultural Heritage

Century-old barns are an “essential part of our cultural landscape” but are among Montana’s most threatened historic structures

A First Pioneer Family

Greg Seaman’s launch of his dental practice continues more than a century of family entrepreneurship in the valley, dating back to his great-grandparents in the 1980s

Inspired by Fire

An efficient 1,200-square-foot cabin pays tribute to fire tower lookouts and German hunting lodges

The Wild Side

Animal print may be trendy now, but it's a longstanding classic.

To Market and Beyond

In 10 years, The Market Beautiful, formerly the Vintage Whites Market, has established itself as a nationally recognized event in the Flathead Valley and across state lines

The Flathead’s Hidden Helpers

While the extent of their influence isn't widely known, AmeriCorps members are essential to many of the region's foundational services, from food banks to state parks

From a Lodge to a Home

A creative team transforms a log house reminiscent of historic lodges into an innovative and stunning shoreline residence

The Return of Wallpaper

Did you ever think wallpaper would be in style again? Believe it. Embrace it.

A “Crazy Idea” Comes to Life

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