Culture

From Model T's to pretty pickups, hundreds of cars were parked Sunday on the Delaney Park Strip for the Jay Ofsthun Memorial Car Show and Shine. Car lovers and enthusiasts were able to talk with the owners and take pictures at the largest car show in Alaska. 

Shelby Lum
In the coming decades, the Western Flyer would participate in a series of fisheries that first boomed and then abruptly collapsed in no small part due to being exploited by humans who couldn’t grasp what John Steinbeck and Ed Ricketts told them. David A. James
Along with unsticking cars from snow and belching on command, barbecuing and grilling are two of the few stereotypically male talents I brought with me to the 49th state.Geoff Kirsch
Today the Sitka Fine Arts Camp hosts close to 800 students from three countries, 20 states and 45 Alaska towns. About a quarter of them came from Anchorage. Since taking over the Sheldon Jackson College Campus in 2011, the Sitka Fine Arts Camp has raised close to $4 million.Brendan Jones
A 61-foot dam that helped kill off the Eklutna River salmon run will finally be removed. Will the fish return one day?Rick Sinnott
Looking to make the most of your days off? Here are our picks for weekend events in Anchorage.Alaska Dispatch News
Alaska’s remoteness, compared to the Lower 48 where opportunities for religious education abound, contributes to the problem of biblical and religious literacy, especially for those past high school age. But two major religious communities in Alaska have aggressively been addressing these deficiencies with in-state training opportunities.Chris Thompson

From Model T's to pretty pickups, hundreds of cars were parked Sunday on the Delaney Park Strip for the Jay Ofsthun Memorial Car Show and Shine. Car lovers and enthusiasts were able to talk with the owners and take pictures at the largest car show in Alaska. 

Shelby Lum

Crowds packed the Ninilchik fairgrounds on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula over the weekend for the 5th annual Salmonfest, a celebration of music and, well, salmon. Watch and listen. 

Tara Young