This week: Author Glen Klinkhart and translator Andrea Gregovich speak; Anchorage Symphony showcases works for winds; and Yup'ik spellers compete.
April 22, 2015
Food and what we do with it help define who we are, no matter our culture. In the book’s introduction, Atkan Crystal Stetzof Dushkin says, “Traditional foods are important because traditional foods are one of the last things that we have left to remind us what it means to be Unangax.”
April 19, 2015
A rare summer cruise to hard-to-reach Aleutian battlefields has sold out, but organizers hope to make a second trip if enough takers can be found.
April 16, 2015
The author's knowledge of the terrain and climate make the difference. A sea kayaker and backcountry explorer himself, Paul Greci has spent ample time in Prince William Sound. He knows the plant, animal and sea life.
April 12, 2015
The author behind the James Abel pseudonym is Bob Reiss, an accomplished New York-based journalist and author who has spent considerable time in the Arctic, including a trip on the icebreaker Healy. In 2012 he published the well-regarded “The Eskimo and the Oil Man."
April 5, 2015
The Alaska Design Forum is bringing up Robert Wong, co-founder and chief executive officer of Google Creative Lab.
March 31, 2015
At the time of his death in 1978, Fred Meyer had five successful “one-stop shopping centers” in Alaska, part of a retail empire that included 59 other stores in three other western states.
March 29, 2015
Iditarod tales from veteran sports journalist Lew Freedman.
March 29, 2015
Captain James Cook is thought of as an explorer of the South Seas, but a new exhibit at the Anchorage Museum focuses attention on his equally remarkable achievements in the north.
March 26, 2015