Culture

Sarabi, a sled dog missing since she escaped from handlers in Anchorage on March 21 after being dropped along the Iditarod Trail, was recovered Monday night in Palmer.Suzanna Caldwell
From hiking, to riding a zipline to flightseeing to fishing for elusive steelhead or king salmon, it's not too early to start enjoying an Alaska spring and summer outdoors. Lisa Maloney

The rumors, it turned out, were true: Jack White was coming to Anchorage.

 

Suzanna Caldwell
An Alaska woman suspected her family's dog snatched her wedding ring, but she couldn't find proof -- until the diamond-encrusted platinum band turned up months later at a local ball field.Associated Press
Bethel’s Cama-i Dance Festival -- three days of drumming and singing, fry-bread eating and ice-cream-cone licking, learning, teaching and storytelling through dance -- wrapped up Sunday.Lisa Demer
"It kind of is redneck," auto mechanic Bryan "Bree" Parsons admits of his hard-to-miss "Swiftkick," a Frankenstein's monster of a car made from cobbled-together parts that can be spotted cruising around Anchorage.Suzanna Caldwell

The cultural explosion that is Bethel’s Cama-i Dance Festival is drawing thousands this weekend for dance and song, Native foods and family, dramatic regalia and live performances by a Yup’ik YouTube sensation.

Tara Young

It could have been just the hobby Tlingit artist Rico Worl chose: painting formline designs -- art where lines taper and swell, creating shapes to depict human and animals -- on skateboards for friends and relatives.

Alaska Dispatch News
Southeast Alaska Tlingit artist Rico Worl opens doors for himself and fellow Native artists with his striking work on skateboards, skis and snowboards that's attracting notice nationwide. Steve Quinn