Anchorage artist Lucas Elliott delivers a 148-page streamlined adaptation that pulls the main plot threads from the film and weaves them into a fast-paced, eye-pleasing version that can be easily read in a single sitting. It’s every bit as funny as the movie, even if many of the best parts and quirkiest characters got left out. David A. James
Mother of two tries to reach Nome in the Last Great Race, plus tips for cooking effectively with marijuana. Kathleen Macknicki
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
Alaska's biggest book fair will coincide with Crafts Weekend at the Anchorage Museum, Nov. 27-29.Mike Dunham
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
Despite having proven to be a great gift to Yakutat and Alaska, Shoki Kayamori’s photography would be his undoing.David A. James
'White Sharks of the North' and 'Life's Lessons'Alaska Dispatch News
Alaska's only high school marching band returns from national championships and two prominent Alaska artists are recipients of United States Artists fellowships.Mike Dunham
An 80-page piece by Adams called “They Were My People” is about his friendships and collaborations with two iconic Alaskan figures, conductor Gordon Wright and poet John Haines.Nancy Lord
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