"There are a lot of young people here living the good life," says Chad Johnson, co-owner of the club Highsides Brews & Tunes (103 N. Main St., 406/222-5400, highsides.com). Like many of the twentysomethings who've moved to Livingston, Johnson was drawn by the low rents (especially compared with nearby Bozeman), the access to incredible nature (Yellowstone is an hour's drive away), and the number of artists, musicians, filmmakers, and writers who call the place home. Livingston's writing community is really tight-knit, and authors frequently attend each other's readings at Conley's Books & Music (106 S. Main St., 406/222-7766). "With so many writers around, there's always someone you can talk to who knows the business," says author Tim Cahill, who has lived in Livingston since the 1970s.
Nearest City: Bozeman, 25 miles
Written By | September 2008 issue Budget Travel
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