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May 16 2014

Celebrate the grand opening of the chain store in its Fairbanks location. 
Brian Collins isn’t your average design rock star. He’s the CEO and Creative Director of Collins: a brand agency that accelerates brand growth through design thinking.
Alaska women are going to rock out for justice.
"Great American Taxi is a five-piece traveling rock n' roll band whose music covers a wide swath of the Americana, jam-band and traditional roots landscape.
The John Trigg Ester Library invites you to enjoy an evening of fun, music, dancing, and duct tape at its spring fundraiser the Tape & Tarp Ball.
Focused around foods collected and preserved to last the winter, this exhibit will explore the particularly seasonal nature of our local cuisine and food traditions. 
Help the Homer Food Pantry by participating in a canned food drive at the Pratt Museum.
A solo exhibition and reception featuring Inupiat artist, Cassandra Johnson.
"Time and Materials" is a photography exhibit with recent photographs from Matt Johnson.
The Annual Little Norway Festival celebrates the signing of Norway’s Constitution in 1814. 
Alaska Fine Arts Academy presents artwork from its visual arts program.
Get funky, happy, excited and groovy with an Anchorage DJ. 
See the heart warming tale of Charlotte's Web. 
Learn about American food during this traveling exhibit. 
Robert Chambers, one of the most famous log cabin builders in the world, will conduct a log construction workshop in Nenana.
The exhibition features artwork by 28 Alaskan artists.
Local electronic DJ's take the stage at Humpy's.
A story about Simone Crystal, a legendary stage director, who visits a small theater much like Cyrano’s in Anchorage. 
Anchorage DJs make music at Whales Tale.
Popular Anchorage DJ, Spencer Lee, heats up the Pioneer Bar.
The UAA Kimura Gallery brings love story paintings and drawings together.
Anchorage Museum presents 'Gyre. The Plastic Ocean' a stunning visual story of trash in the world's oceans told through a handful of mediums, Feb. 7 through Sept. 6.