Histories of Alaska: Before becoming a state, Alaska was a department, a district and a territory, bringing governors from all over the U.S. and even Canada.
What feels wrong stretches in every direction. Or different. The truth is we are changing.
Loyalty programs aren’t returning what they once did, but “traveling changes your perspective,” according to one consumer advocate.
Gourley and Zoe Manville’s daughter, Frances, is one of just a handful of people worldwide diagnosed with a genetic mutation that has been scantily researched and has no established treatments.
Jeff and Jonathan talk about why leaves change colors in the fall, the benefits of leaving leaves on the lawn, using them for compost and other tips for getting ready for winter.
The pistou, a pesto with fresh tomato, bolsters the flavor of the soup packed with hearty veggies.
Lots of Alaskans are starting to transition their lawns into meadows. Here are the best practices as weather gets colder.
Histories of Alaska: Dating back over 100 years, 28 unidentified persons have been buried at Anchorage Memorial Park Cemetery.
Registered dietitians are being paid to post videos that promote diet soda, sugar and supplements on Instagram and TikTok
Advice: It’s important to set boundaries, but be aware of the tradeoffs of ignoring your coworkers’ chats and activities.
Some of the best prices now are available for travel starting next month to destinations like Dublin, London, Barcelona and Rome.
Imperiled by climate-driven erosion, the archaeological endeavor in Southwest Alaska is heavily invested in building a new model for community partnership as researchers race to recover a wealth of ancient Yup’ik relics.
Jeff and Jonathan learn about one of Alaska’s strangest animals in a fascinating conversation with Don Larson, Ph.D.
Sourdough starter doesn’t have to raise bread. Instead it can make you a cracker legend.
You will never regret having too many tulips and daffodils blooming after the long Alaska winter.
When supervisors create a vacuum, it’s often the most controlling, judgmental individuals who move in, and a toxic environment can follow.
Full of cosplay and collectibles, the convention brings together fans of anime and gaming in Alaska.
Whether it’s on Alaska Airlines, Delta or another carrier, many Alaskans have earned the top tier of frequent flyer rewards. Here’s some of what they’ve learned.
After trying to get involved by joining a fantasy football league, the letter writer is feeling regret and neglect.
Jeff and Jonathan talk about the importance of soil microbes in gardening.
From a diarrhea incident on Delta to a vomit-covered seat on Air Canada, cases of bodily fluids on recent flights abound.
Of course there are burritos, but the three locations also offer enchiladas, tortas and a sublime Mexican Caesar salad.
Many Anchorage residents pay local greenhouses to store flower baskets. Others take care of the chore at home.