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Missoula, MT
Editor, Montana Magazine
As seen in:  Missoulian

Editor of @MontanaMagazine, Montana's oldest magazine featuring the faces, places and amazing sites of my home state.

Sneak peak: Eastern Montana takes center stage in our Nov/Dec issue

montanamagazine.com — We've focused our sights on the East in the Nov/Dec 2014 issue of Montana Magazine, which should be arriving in mailboxes across the country later this week. We probably don't need to remind you that Eastern Montana is a big place.

Tiny Chester fosters big time creativity

montanamagazine.com — Writer Carol Bradley emailed me earlier this year asking if we'd like to run a story on Chester, Montana. "For its size and location," Carol wrote, "it's a surprisingly sophisticated little town, and not just because Grammy winner Philip Aaberg operates a bed and breakfast/recording studio there.

As schools shrink, Friday night lights rivals join forces

montanamagazine.com — High school football season is about to begin in Montana. Here's a great story about rivals becoming teammates at two Montana Schools by the Missoulian's AJ Mazzolini: DRUMMOND - The veteran coach paced the sidelines of the 80-yard pitch tucked between a four-lane highway and a hillside with modest inset bleachers.

Throwback Thursday: Unlocking the history of Butte's long forgotten underground speakeasy

montanamagazine.com — Here's a fun through back Thursday for you: One the most popular stories of 2014 (so far) the mysterious and wonderful tale of the long forgotten Rookwood Speakeasy uncovered underground in Uptown Butte. Butte wasn't necessarily a place that was pro-prohibition.

Catch a summer tradition: Missoula Outdoor Cinema

missoulian.com — Almost a month into its 13 th season, Missoula Outdoor Cinema has already celebrated Fourth of July with a screening of "Independence Day" and commemorated the 11 th anniversary of "Finding Nemo." But there's still plenty of time to enjoy a Saturday night movie on the lawn of the Whittier School in Missoula's Northside Neighborhood.

'All things mountainous': How Montana became Montana

montanamagazine.com — The simplest Spanish translation of the word Montana is "all things mountainous." But just how did the Montana of today get its name 150 years ago? The wonderful Kim Briggeman, a reporter for the Missoulina, has a great story on the naming of what is sometimes also called the Big Sky State.

Ready, Set, Go! to the Thompson River Chain of Lakes

montanamagazine.com — It's still early spring - not quite camping weather for most of us - but those beautiful and sunny spring days make it hard not to start thinking about those summer rec plans.

Wild Horse Stampede: The secret's in the pickle juice

montanamagazine.com — Not only does the Wild Horse Stampede in Wolf Point boast the best rodeo, parades and wild horse races in the West - you can also find what is arguably the best burger in the state during the event that takes place there each July.

Montana springtime slideshow: Clouds and baby animals

montanamagazine.com — April is here. As most of Montana continues to shake off the winter, it seems like the right time for a springtime slideshow. And thanks to our great Facebook friends, we've put together a pretty nice set of images to share. In some ways, we could call this the Mark LaRowe show.

Have you met Brutus the Bear?

montanamagazine.com — I'd heard about Brutus the Bear a couple times before I was fully introduced to him in the March/April issue of Montana Magazine. The first time I ran across his name was when he showed up inside Washington-Grizzly stadium in Missoula and because he learned to swim in swimming pool in Helena.
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Oct 29, 2014

RT @MontanaMagazine: Sneak peak: Eastern Montana takes center stage in our Nov/Dec issue bit.ly/1xEp5zy

Oct 27, 2014

LOVELY and awesome story .@keilaszpaller! Missoula teens learn farming while reaping personal growth: bit.ly/1rw1pZk

Oct 15, 2014

MT #smalltownperk: Live in a place surrounded by "anything’s-possible embrace of the sweeping, sand-colored prairie" bit.ly/1vvz38T

Oct 09, 2014

@KeilaSzpaller i dont know, but i just googled it and found out baby snakes are called snakelets #daymade

Oct 08, 2014

@KeilaSzpaller this weekend?!? we need to go before those babies get too big.

Oct 08, 2014

@KeilaSzpaller i thought your tweet about zucchini was good, but this..... i just... it's almost too cute #impossible

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