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Planters tended by volunteers around Palmer offer free produce.
16 teams of 12 runners cover 175 miles from Mirror Lake Park to Seward High School
The DanceWest spring show "Reunion" brought alumni and students together to celebrate her career and program.
The Anchorage Concert Association production of "Beauty and the Beast" brings actors, costumes and stage set pieces together from around the country.
The 10th Honor Flight of Alaska veterans heads to Washington, D.C., to tour monuments.
The second day of March Madness Alaska features hard-fought semifinal games.
The 1A 2A March Madness Alaska state basketball tournament finishes with championship games on Saturday at the Alaska Airlines Center.
Class 1A and 2A basketball teams compete on Day 2 of 2017 March Madness Alaska.
The Alaska Woodturners Association is creating over 400 wooden bowls for the annual Empty Bowl Project fundraiser benefiting Bean's Cafe.
Guardsmen visited Togiak, Akiachak, Akiak, Tuluksak and Grayling.
George Yang, Judy Berry, Kyle Gantz and Juliana Curcio with Anchorage Opera sang the “Rigoletto” quartet as they surprised students during a lunch-hour opera and dance flash mob Thursday at Clark Middle School. The singers, posing as cafeteria volunteers, broke into song as a means to pique interest in music. “This was fun!” Gantz said … Continue reading Watch: Opera flash mob delights Clark Middle School students
Master artists Delores Churchill and daughter Holly Churchill, of Ketchikan, work with Karla Booth of Anchorage and Kandi McGilton of Metlakatla on twined red cedar bark Tsimshian baskets on Wednesday morning, Oct. 5, 2016, in the Smithsonian Arctic Studies Center at the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center. McGilton and Booth are studying with the Churchills, who are sharing their … Continue reading Twined red cedar bark Tsimshian baskets take shape at Anchorage Museum
For about an hour Monday afternoon, moose mesmerized motorists and sightseers as bulls in rut chased cows back and forth across Point Woronzof Road in West Anchorage. Bulls, cows and calves were spotted from Postmark Drive to Point Woronzof, feeding and meandering along the road. At one point, five moose were visible near the Chugach Electric Association substation. … Continue reading The day the moose at Point Woronzof were really wild
Refugee gardeners with Fresh International Gardens paraded from Bunn Street to their stand at Northway Mall Wednesday Market with a 30-pound cabbage and a 24-pound cabbage midday Wednesday in Northeast Anchorage. The group was celebrating the summer harvest and the approaching end of the outdoor market season. They also paid tribute to Julie Riley, horticulturalist … Continue reading Refugee farmers wheel giant cabbage to market in Anchorage