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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.

Missoula Irish Dancers instructors prepare for holiday performances, national exam

missoulian.com — It's mid-afternoon on a Friday when Sarah Donnelly and Ashley Bilyeu drop their backpacks full of dancing shoes on the floor under a table at Market on Front. After a two-hour dance practice, they've more than earned their lunches, a spicy tuna melt for Donnelly and "Hot Hippie" sandwich for Bilyeu.

Missoula Irish Dancers keep Celtic culture alive

missoulian.com — When you're an Irish dancer, preparing for St. Patrick's Day doesn't involve buying a green shamrock shirt and planning a pub crawl to every Missoula bar serving green beer. When the Missoula Irish Dancers - or Rinceoiri Na Sleibhte (dancers of the mountains) if you're using their Irish Gaelic name - prepare for St.

Q&A: State hospital association president talks Medicaid expansion, hospital sale

missoulian.com — The constantly changing health-care landscape in recent years has been a thorn in the side of some employers as they navigated new mandates and rules included in the Affordable Care Act. In Montana, the merits and drawbacks of Medicaid expansion - a hotly contested provision of the ACA that could change who receives subsidized coverage - are again being debated in Helena during the 2015 legislative session.

Glimpses: A parting shot to show off the best of Montana

montanamagazine.com — If you're a subscriber (if you're not, what are you waiting for?!?), you know the last page of each issue is dedicated to our Glimpses photo - a parting shot from somewhere in Big Sky Country that is always worth 1,000 words. Our last Glimpses comes from Circle, where photographer Brendan Whitcomb captured one of those you-gotta-see-it-to-believe-it sunsets.

Off the Rack shows off condom creativity

missoulian.com — Missoula's most infamous fashion show is taking over the Wilma Theatre for a night of condom-inspired fun in February when Blue Mountain Clinic presents its 8th annual Off the Rack fundraiser. The event - the clinic's signature fundraiser - is a fast-paced, rowdy show that sends models down the runway wearing looks made completely out of nonlubricated condoms. "People get really, really creative.

Yurts help skiers access private powder

montanamagazine.com — It's one thing to head up to the ski hill to find some Montana snow - but more and more these days the skiers are heading to the backcountry to what writer and photographer Aaron Theisen calls the Holy Grail of winter sports: A mountain all to themselves.

'Expert bullwhip specialist' and other equally awesome historical photos

montanamagazine.com — It never fails: Looking through the old archived photos that have been used in Montana Magazine's past is always entertaining. Sometimes, it's even hilarious. Many of our readers who have sent in photos have proven that their family members in past generations have a sense of humor.

Three Montana stories that capture the heart of the holidays

montanamagazine.com — The Montana Magazine would like to wish all our readers a very happy holidays. In the spirit of the season, we've compiled a couple of our 2014 stories that will leave you with those warm and fuzzies appropriate for the holiday season. First is the story of how the town of Whitehall saved the Star.
Dec 26, 2014

I think I said this already. But I really do love these stories bit.ly/1AX8gBH

Fan favorites of 2014: Which stories did you like the best?

montanamagazine.com — With 2014 coming to a close it's hard not to look back and remember more than a few great stories we found to share with you inside Montana Magazine. But what did you, our online readers, decide were their favorites? Here's our top four most popular stories of 2014, as decided by all our online friends.
Dec 23, 2014

I can't pick 1 fave. But here's a couple of the most awesome '14 features from .@montanamagazine bit.ly/13kVn9v

Cheers to Winter: Corridor's guide to keeping warm with an adult drink

missoulian.com — Missoula's high temperature dropped about 30 degrees over of the course of one day several weeks ago - from a balmy high of 55 to a wind-chilled high of 25 - before a mini blizzard brought snow and icy roads to the valley. If you found yourself asking, "where's my toddy?"
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Sep 01, 2015

@MontanaTia thanks Tia! A new adventure is never bad right?? Hope you're well and still kicking butt : )

Sep 01, 2015

@djtabish thanks again! Keep rocking it up in the flathead you guys do such awesome work

Sep 01, 2015

@djtabish thanks so much Dillon! Going to do marketing/comm for Biomimicry 3.8. It'll be weird to hang up the journo hat but im excited

Sep 01, 2015

My final issue as ed of @montanamagazine is out: bit.ly/1FgwFDP Lucky to have worked with a great team&mag pic.twitter.com/IfnV2yx3Mm

Jul 31, 2015

Feeling sad about cats in the news this week? Read this MT @SherryDevlin: Humane Society's 'Creamsicle' kittens missoulian.com/lifestyles/pet… #yay

Jul 29, 2015

@KeilaSzpaller damn trolls! you do important work. I read it every day. Thanks for being rad

Jul 07, 2015

Great man, great talent. We'll miss the heck out of him: Photographer Michael Gallacher captures 31 years of MT life bit.ly/1eCRaDG


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