Punk anarchists, subsistence caribou hunting and bikepacking may seem like an unlikely combination, but as Birch Block, one of the founders of Anchorages Off The Chain Bicycle Collective says, Were not your typical hunting party.
The Super Bowl of the dog mushing world has an Alaska tailgate party to match -- one that stretches for almost 100 miles from the restart in Willow, Alaska, up past the second checkpoint at Skwentna.
Beak deformities in black-capped chickadees have persisted in Southcentral Alaska for over 15 years, but researchers say they are making strides toward understanding the cause.
A 15-year-old Soldotna girl is crushing the jiu-jitsu world and shes not done yet.
Becoming an Outdoors Woman was created to build skills in shooting and hunting, fishing and other outdoors endeavors in a non-competitive setting. The program is now offered in 39 states and six Canadian provinces. Some 4,000 Alaska women have graduated since the program began in 1995.
Kaffe Hus serves up traditional Norwegian fare during the Little Norway Festival in Petersburg, AK. Pastries, cakes, cookies, open-faced sandwiches plus plenty of hot coffee bring visitors to the oldest Sons of Norway Hall during the four-day Norwegian Constitution Day celebration.
Wondering why there's no baked Alaska in Alaska? Two words: it's complicated.
Im a guitarist, one of the very few good guitar players in Interior Alaska. And Im a singer, and Im an artist, says 78-year old Herbie Vent.
Dancer and UAA student Carmel Young has a slow-growing malignant brain tumor in her optic chiasm, which affects her vision. But dance, and choreography, remains part of her life.
The crowds awaited a helicopter that was supposed to fly in from Anchorage and drop 5,000 plastic Easter eggs on the field. Due to inclement weather, the flight was grounded, but volunteers improvised.
With a diversity score of 0.86, North Star Elementary is one of the most diverse public schools in Alaska and the nation, and its choir displays the school's cultural richness.
The four avalanche fatalities in Alaska since the beginning of the year are a good reminder of the importance of avalanche education and training. Here's what you can do to be safer while having fun outdoors.
The Iditarod checkpoint of Takotna is renowned for its hospitality and delicious homemade pies. The village has a population of 50 but grows to over 120 during the race.
A cherished tradition during the Fur Rendezvous winter festival in Anchorage, the Running of the Reindeer finds participants from around the world coming to Anchorage to try outrunning a dozen reindeer.
The shortage of Anchorage venues for all-ages shows makes Pasta Avanti one of the few places for musicians under 21 to play on a consistent basis.