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With “Roma,” Netflix has scored its first best picture nomination, something the streaming giant has dearly sought.
As of the start of this decade, no one had yet climbed Denali solo in January, For Lonnie Dupre, claiming this accomplishment became an obsession.
There’s also indie pop artist Yoke Lore at Williwaw and Identity Dance Collective’s season premiere
One of the musicians, Luca Stricagnoli, will perform on a three-necked guitar in a concert that crosses cultural borders
The groups will perform a 50th anniversary tribute to The Band this weekend in Fairbanks and Anchorage called “Across the Great Divide.”
The ebullient musical comedy star delighted American audiences over almost 5,000 performances as the scheming Dolly Levi on Broadway and beyond.
The doomed Franklin expedition into the Northwest Passage and a modern day attempt to uncover its fate is the premise of Perseverance’s new production
Leland Hale dug deep into police records, newspaper accounts and his own interviews to present a disturbing narrative about the murder of eight people aboard a fishing boat in 1982.
Don’t miss out on the roaring ’20s party and live music from big-name bands
Called one of the “great living songwriters,” Ritter will close his Northwest tour in Anchorage and Palmer
A string of upsets at the awards culminated with the Freddie Mercury biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” winning best picture and drama.
Here’s what nominees and celebrities wore to make an entrance
Lady Gaga is poised to win not just one but two awards.
Rob McCue’s stories describe life as a nighttime taxi cab driver and his adventures in the wilderness outside the city.
Ninilchik-based artist Charles Oakley will be a contestant on a Food Network show rehabilitating the culinarily challenged
From memoirs to graphically dynamic travelogues, their lists cover the entire state.
If you’re hitting the town to ring in 2019, make sure to check this list.
The art installation took more than a decade to complete, tied in with big infrastructure projects in the area.
Tia Wakole, the author of “Starting A Fire: Bringing Light to the Dark,” hopes her story will encourage others to speak out.