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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service along with Point Lay officials caution air and boat travelers to avoid spooking the animals.
In 2004, Deborah Lyn Thompson, a nurse, was stabbed 10 times on her way to work. Rob Bruner, a young man in the Air Force, saved her.
Patuk Glenn began making TikToks during the COVID-19 hunker-down in March. Since then, she has gained over 94,000 followers and 1.5 million likes by sharing the practices of Alaska's North Slope.
Galway Days Irish Festival is a time for traditional performances, workshops, vendors and of course, a gathering at the pub. But due to COVID-19, the celebration is moving its fan favorites online.
Cases in the borough have spiked the last two weeks prompting Mayor Lucy Nelson to extend the emergency order to August 21.
“The Chugiak-Eagle River Chamber of Commerce and its directors do not feel that the festival could be held safely under current rising case numbers, orders, and uncertainty,” the Chamber wrote.
Sanitizing the barre in between exercises and being confined to socially distanced squares are part of how studios are adapting to class during the pandemic.
On the Starz show, Skyler Joy plays the role of Gidget, an “incredible athlete” who dreams of competing in pole dancing competitions.
Summer reading programs are designed to help students keep their reading skills over the summer break. But when COVID-19 moved the programs online, librarians found, not a lot of young readers followed.
While cleaning his Fairview property this spring, Darl Schaaff found 54 used syringes. It moved him to tears, he said, and inspired him to make a statement about a problem many people seem to ignore.
More galleries are opening for First Friday shows this month with options for viewing in person, through gallery windows or from your screen.
The foundation awarded 36 artists the Individual Artist Award out of 289 applicants and for the first time included collaborative groups.
The high transmissibility of COVID-19 at large gatherings and the difficulty of social distancing in the Atwood Concert Hall contributed to the decision.
With Alaska's virus case count rising, most communities have canceled their celebrations. Some events will take place virtually, but a few in-person events are still going forward.
Akela Space quickly curated an exhibit of photos and signs from Anchorage’s May 30 rallies and raised $23,000 for local and national organizations supporting minority communities.