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April 1 will once again be Poem Day in the ADN’s letters space.
We want to recognize those acts of neighborliness, big and small, that make this a great place to live.
The rock veteran has a few things to say about dealing with critics and living a life you’re happy with, whether or not you’re a rock star.
How do you go from the Fairbanks Curling Club to the Beijing Olympics? The short answer: 20-plus years of hard, unrelenting work.
The Anchorage Concert Chorus is singing in person again. I missed it more than I knew.
No fooling - April 1 will be Poem Day in the ADN letters space.
“You’re probably wondering why I’m calling out of the blue,” the voice on the phone said. “It’s about my dog — she’s been missing.”
All that a better world requires is that we give it more light, warmth and love.
In 2012, it would have been hard to see Gov. Mike Dunleavy coming. What will the next seven years bring?
The farthest-north baseball stadium in the United States is a little dated and deeply quirky.
You haven’t seen the inside of four walls since just after the summer solstice; I can’t even see the sky from the room where I’m writing this.
We’d like to share stories of gratitude - and we’d like you to help.
Those of us who got to see the whole arc of the Fairbanks Sears store’s tenure are feeling a little conflicted to see it go. Before it was a store we felt like we didn’t need, it was a store we desperately did.
Thanks to all who have taken the time and effort to contribute their thoughts on the issues facing Alaska, and apologies to those whose contributions we aren't able to publish before the election.
A court packed with right-wing justices could reverse the Roe decision, even if there was no actual constitutional rationale for doing so.