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Here’s why a solo day at the fair is the perfect pre-winter vacation for adults.
Once a hallmark of the holiday season, the fairs have expanded in both size and number as the state’s many artists and crafters look for outlets for their goods.
The album, released last Friday, took Bartholomew several years to research and write. She also produced a folk opera of the same name that was produced last year.
With busy fishing fleets, thriving art and food scenes, vibrant Native communities and quirky little museums, it’s hard not to fall in love with Alaska’s largest island and coastal communities.
Incredible pizza, Iditarod history and spectacular mountains await in “the Valley." But first things first: You’re going to need a rental car.
Grab your raincoat, sturdy walking shoes and get ready to explore: There’s great food, cultural exhibits and scenery aplenty in Juneau.
In Kodiak, Ketchikan, Sitka and Skagway you’ll find Klondike history, world-class chamber music, vibrant arts and the world’s largest temperate rainforest. Just don’t forget your raincoat.