Owner Laura MacDonald cooks up jams and jellies from local ingredients like lingonberries, rose hips and spruce tips.
Accountant by day, artist by night: Julie Rabung works with fused glass and distressed leather to create rings, pendants, earrings, wine bottle toppers, purses and more.
While shoppers will swarm the aisles of big box stores for Black Friday, don't forget to check out local businesses for doorbuster deals.
Are you the kind of person who prefers to stay home on the busiest shopping day of the year, or do you relish the combat shopping experience?
Congregation Beth Sholom's Mitzvah Mall is no ordinary holiday bazaar.
How many locals have received the cold shoulder from Lower 48 businesses that claim shipping to Alaska is simply not an option?
Two Friends Gallery, owned by real-life friends Jacqui Ertischek and Georgia Blue, is a combination of the owners' passion for art and love for quality crafts.
The South Anchorage specialty shop, which features an overwhelming selection of custom tea blends, is on the hunt for a second location.
The "blue plate special," an American restaurant tradition, is alive and well at the downtown Anchorage eatery.
With major renovations underway to the building's long-neglected Benson Boulevard entrance, one of the midtown shopping center's longtime tenants makes significant upgrades of its own.
The annual ski swap at West High School generates major hype before the event even begins.
Wish someone else could do your errands? Errandipity may be the answer.
Have you found your Halloween costume? Try searching local stores before surfing online.
Pay a visit to the Regional Cooking section to find local authors' Alaska cookbooks, filled with enticing recipes for the chilly days ahead.
From pastries to ski passes, leather bags to laser treatments, home repair to lipstick, the 14th annual Alaska Women's Show caters to women of all ages.