Some of the equipment for the Broadway smash musical traveled from as far away as Puerto Rico. Its 30-show run in Anchorage kicks off the new Broadway Alaska series.
From museums to parks, here are some options for when you need to get out of the house — or for when your kids can’t play outside.
Theater review: Times may change, but Anchorage playwright Jill Bess’ musical comedy — written about her own experiences as a young mother — feels as relevant as ever.
Anchorage is back and ready to have some fun this summer.
For a festive, pandemic-safe activity, grab your cocoa or other hot beverage, cue up spooky tunes in the car and go see some Halloween yard art.
Wasilla will go forward with its event at the Veterans’ Wall of Honor, with a few changes.
An evolving list of the ways Alaskans are helping each other stay safe, sane and entertained in the time of coronavirus.
The comedian and musician will perform his show “Comedy for Musicians, But Everyone is Welcome” at the Wendy Williamson Auditorium on May 29.
Shot with a GoPro, the video speeds through the dizzying array of steps Dan Redfield, an Anchorage filmmaker, takes to care for his 2-year-old daughter, who has a rare genetic disease.
Bedard, who rose to fame as the voice of Pocahontas in Disney's 1995 animated film, will play the Stage Manager in Thornton Wilder's classic Pulitzer Prize winning play.
There's rain in the forecast for Palmer this weekend. Here's the best time to go and not get soaked.
Art Beat: I argued with oft-repeated claim that John Muir was “an honorary Tlingit chief.” A more knowledgeable analysis was provided by James Crippen, an Alaskan pursuing his Ph.D.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – Russian track and field suffered a final humiliation at the Rio Games on Saturday when the sport’s governing body suspended long jumper Darya Klishina, removing from competition the nation’s only athlete to have so far survived a blanket ban for doping. The suspension, announced three days before she was due … Continue reading Russia’s only 2016 Olympic track and field athlete banned
Girdwood Forest Fair Girdwood Forest Fair will have live music, food vendors, craft booths and good vibes through Sunday. Saturday kicks off at 10 a.m. with the annual parade. Alaska bands and other live acts will perform on three stages. Limited parking at the Alyeska Resort Daylodge with a shuttle service to the fair site. 11 … Continue reading What’s going on for Fourth of July weekend? Parades, fireworks, Mount Marathon and Forest Fair
EDM star Diplo (“Paper Planes,” “Look at Me Now”) will play an outdoor concert in downtown Anchorage Sunday, July 3. The producer, songwriter and hitmaker is being brought up by Showdown Productions and Williwaw. The concert will take place outside on F Street with capacity for “roughly a couple thousand” ticket holders, said Hellen Fleming, events … Continue reading EDM star Diplo will play Anchorage on Fourth of July weekend