Terry Holtman spends summer tending 14 hives across Anchorage. His bees can produce 40 gallons of honey. And he gives it all away.
Less than two years ago, Jennifer Allison, pregnant with her fourth child, slipped away from a busy day as an Anchorage maternal health nurse for a routine 20-week ultrasound. In the dark exam room, a tech slid the transducer over her belly. A black-and-white image of the baby’s chest cavity appeared. Allison had seen hundreds … Continue reading “I know it’s not going to last”
Eagle Rivers Richard Baranow finishes ascents of all 166 true peaks in the Western Chugach Mountains, completing a labor of love.
Hundreds of people dressed up as characters from anime and video games descended on the Egan Center this weekend for Senshi-Con, Alaska's largest anime convention.
Marmaduke claimed the title of king of the cabbages Friday night at the 19th annual Giant Cabbage Weigh-Off at the Alaska State Fair. At nearly 118 pounds, the washing-machine-size vegetable grown by Steve Hubacek of Wasilla topped this years closest competitor by 4 pounds.
Siberian Yupik fashion designer Christina Alowa of Savoonga learned to sew skins from watching both of her grandmothers and her mother, Annie Alowa, while growing up on St. Lawrence Island in the middle of the Bering Sea.
Designed to give women and girls who experience disabilities a moment in the spotlight, Alaska's first Miss Amazing pageant aims to develop social interaction skills and boost self-confidence.
Can an expressive young conductor convince a veteran symphony orchestra to play with all its heart?