High winds and a 31-foot tide Tuesday demolished most of the "100Stone" installation set in place at Point Woronzof in Anchorage on Saturday. Mike Dunham

Volunteers shrugged off 7 inches of new snow and a stiff wind that made near-whiteout conditions on Point Woronzof Road to set up a sprawling outdoor art installation titled “100Stone.”

Scott Jensen,Bob Hallinen
An Anchorage artist who suffered from acute depression sees her vision fulfilled as 85 statues are placed on the edge of Cook Inlet.Mike Dunham
Anchorage food trucks have been struggling to find a place to park in the winter. The shut down of the Fireweed Take In is the latest challenge mobile food vendors have faced in Alaska's largest city.Suzanna Caldwell
Even the author of "This Book is Gay" says it's no children's book. But at the Wasilla Public Library, it sits on the juvenile nonfiction shelf, and has sparked controversy.Zaz Hollander
Just because it's winter in Alaska doesn't mean you have to stay cooped up indoors. Here are four fun, family-friendly projects to help you embrace the cold.Jill Burke
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There's only one thing that scares me more than getting lost in the woods, and that's getting lost in the woods with six children. Libby Bakalar
Peter Williams of Sitka is a hunter-designer-entrepreneur with an unusual ethic. “My business is not separate from my activism,” he said. “It’s not separate from my spirituality, it’s not separate from my culture.” Ross Perlin
Saturday's concert by the Anchorage Civic Orchestra featured excellent performances by guest conductor Tammy Vollom-Matturo, guitarist Armin Abdihodzic and soprano Mari Hahn.Mike Dunham