A community activist is working to transform a vacant space in the Northway Mall into a hub for urban arts education and hip-hop culture, a piece of a broader "rebranding" effort for hip-hop in the city. Devin Kelly
This month, Anchorage hairstylist Joseph Williams is giving away free haircuts to people in need. For some, the offer seems too good to be true: “It is free. And I don’t think people can handle that,” Williams said.
The Anchorage Concert Association will bring up some of the best-selling acts from previous years for the 2015-16 season, announced on April 27, including Pink Martini, Jake Shimabukuro, the Capitol Steps and the musical “Mamma Mia.” Mike Dunham