The sale of Alaska for $7.2 million was a mere footnote in the life of Tsar Alexander II, known to some as “The Liberator.”
Feb. 2 is Marmot Day in Alaska. Here is a poem written in honor of our whistling mountainside rodent.
Comment: I feel like the last mammoth, gazing on the world of inedible willows that has taken over the grasslands on which I used to graze.
The church has housed different congregations since Harry Truman was president. Abandoned and intended for demolition, it's instead become a space for artists to work and perform.
Art Beat: UAA dance student Katie O’Loughlin will make her directorial debut with a new piece this weekend.
Art Beat: You’ve already heard violinist Tim Fain’s work if you watched “Black Swan” or “Twelve Years a Slave.”
Versa-Style has won acclaim for not just their dancing, but also but their efforts mentoring youth.
The International Gallery of Contemporary Art presents its annual Member Artist Exhibition this month.
For the first decade of the 21st century, Oden's guitar gathered dust. It may have been time well spent.
Arts Scene: The Anchorage Symphony Orchestra will supply the movie music for Charlie Chaplin live at the screening of two silent picture classics.
Pratt died in Anchorage on Sunday, Jan. 8. She was considered a pioneer in popularizing knowledge of native Alaska plants.
Noble-Pelant often repeats advice to artists she heard from a professor some years back: “It will take time and it’s going to be a lot harder than you think.”
Art Beat: Christine Byl interviews late Homer author Eva Saulitis in The Sun Magazine. The next Poetry Parley will feature Anchorage poet Anne Caston.
There will be two stars present on the stage of the Discovery Theatre Friday night. One has two legs, the other has three.
Trumpeters Linn Weeda and Jason Edwards, trombonists Christopher Sweeney and Jennifer Edwards, horn player Cheryl Pierce and tuba dude Mike Martinson will perform Ingolf Dahl’s “Music for Brass Instruments.”