Culture

Across Alaska, domesticated animals that have been abused or abandoned are taken in by willing rescuers, from small birds to big horses and anything in between.

Laurel Andrews and Marc Lester
One thousand years of human progress -- or maybe regression -- will be covered in 100 minutes in “Western Civilization: The Complete Musical (abridged)."Mike Dunham
The segment "Living in Denali" weighed in on whether Alaska's Mount McKinley should be renamed.Laurel Andrews
During low tide in Kachemak Bay, a beautiful and slimy world of sea stars, tube worms, anemones and more is within our grasp.Erin McKittrick
In Dillingham, Trivia Night at the Willow Tree bar can get raucous as more and more suds are swilled. But what better way to ensure there are fewer strangers in town?Clark Fair
Growing up, I fondly remember attending vacation Bible school. I remember a positive experience with singing, crafts, exercise, and Bible stories, and retain memories of making bookends from quartz and plaster of Paris during crafts. Many local churches offer vacation Bible school experiences for kids today.Chris Thompson
Sam Allred, known for his viral "Cuppycake Song" video and acting work, was seriously injured in a four-wheeler accident while on a family outing.Mike Dunham
The family of the Wasilla child actor and health care advocate has started a fundraising campaign to cover costs following a four-wheeler accident.Mike Dunham
Fairs and celebrations for Independence Day take place all over Southcentral Alaska on Saturday, from the Kenai Peninsula to the Mat-Su. Alaska Dispatch News
Unless you are living in a condo or apartment, you are probably a “yardener.” “Yardening” is a term coined by the late garden writer Jeff Ball, who recognized that the modern gardener doesn’t just putter around with growing flowers and vegetables in nice, rectangular beds as in the days of yore. Jeff Lowenfels