The mural is being painted on the side of the RIM Architecture building on G Street. It’s replacing a previous mural that depicted major events in Anchorage history.
Wasilla author Eric Wade’s memoir of his time at an Interior Alaska cabin, accessible only by boat, reflects a practical realism immersed in the beauty and harshness of the natural world.
Heche, who is in a coma and in critical condition, is being kept on life support for possible organ donation, according to the statement released on behalf of her family and friends.
Also, Wasilla will host the state’s biggest reptiles and exotic animals expo and a new Van Gogh immersive exhibition starts in Anchorage.
The shows have been put on by multiple vendors, leading to some confusion in the Lower 48 and words of caution from the Better Business Bureau. But the organization said the vendor for Anchorage’s show has drawn rave reviews.
Pop-folk singer Jewel said over the weekend that her tour bus caught fire in a hotel parking lot but no one was injured and a “hero” driver proved instrumental.
Author Mary Emerick came to Sitka to try to find herself in the ocean layers that trace the island coastlines.
Also, Cyrano’s presents weekend performances of the play “5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche.”
The rocker’s fans are experiencing sticker shock thanks to Ticketmaster’s dynamic pricing policy, which uses an algorithm to adjust prices in real time according to supply and demand.
Richard Chiappone’s novel set in Homer is both suspenseful and lighthearted.
Will Smith has again apologized to Chris Rock for slapping him during the Oscar telecast in a new video, saying that his behavior was “unacceptable” and that he had reached out to the comedian to discuss the incident.
The Arctic Thunder Open House event on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson includes aerial demonstrations, kids activities and more.
Her many books on the state and its history included the acclaimed “Good Time Girls of the Alaska-Yukon Gold Rush.”
A quick succession of new features and tests has left some of the app’s most loyal users wondering what Instagram is for.
He would often say that while he might be best known for playing gangsters, his real passions were poetry, painting and opera.
In “Extreme North: A Cultural History,” author Bernd Brunner examines the way our northernmost lands have developed and the way they’re perceived worldwide.
Music options include Jimmy Eat World and an AC/DC tribute band.
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.
The third film from horror auteur Peele is a sci-fi epic that feels both comfortably familiar and fresh.
Reminiscent of outdoors periodicals from the early 20th century, this book provides humor, observation and understanding for bears.
The former football player turned award-winning musician will play back-to-back shows at the Alaska Airlines Center, and fish for salmon.
Fairbanks rapper Alaska Redd’s new album “O.G.A.R.” was released earlier this year, and he’s slated to perform this month in Delta Junction and his hometown.
The Bear Paw Festival in Chugiak and Eagle River is one of the largest of its kind in the state, featuring a parade, a carnival, vendors and live music.