There’ll be live music, footraces and free ice cream, as well as Memorial Day events to honor the fallen.
The Hollywood Reporter and NBC News cited representatives for Liotta who said he died in his sleep Wednesday night.
When the syndicated show went on the air, she was prevented from saying the word “gay” or even the pronoun “we,” DeGeneres said, since the latter would imply she had a partner.
From Kodiak to Chicken and music to mushrooms, there are dozens of options.
“His photographs are visual vignettes, capturing intimate moments that we normally never get to share,” said Diane Kaplan, Rasmuson Foundation president and CEO.
Book review: Brendan Jones’ follow-up to his successful first novel tackles family, politics and the pandemic.
Also, the Ed Washington Experience hits Studio C and there’s a class on cultivating your own berries.
Book review: In “The Treeline,” author Ben Rawlence produces a page-turner that demonstrates how the forests may be the world’s last hope against climate change.
The film, which is being screened in Talkeetna and Anchorage over the next week, features climbers and co-directors Ozturk and Freddie Wilkinson traversing the Moose’s Tooth massif.
The Anchorage Civic Orchestra is also performing a spring concert, featuring its concerto competition winner.
Batali’s accuser recounted in court how she’d been “shocked, surprised and alarmed” as the 61-year-old former Food Network personality aggressively kissed and groped her while they were taking a selfie at a Boston restaurant in 2017.
The proceeds of the sale will go to the Thomas and Doris Ammann Foundation Zurich, which put the painting up for auction. The foundation aims to help children with health care and educational programs.
Book review: “Black History in the Last Frontier” uncovers untold stories of both successes and structural racism over decades in Alaska.
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.
Opening in Tulsa next week, the Bob Dylan Center will make public more than 100,000 artifacts from one of the greatest living artists.
Popcorn flicks are back, from ‘Bob’s Burgers’ to ‘Bullet Train.’ Here’s what we’re most excited about and why.
First Friday highlights include the “Refuge Alaska” film premiere and a composer forum at the Anchorage Museum.
“American Idol” winner Chayce Beckham and “America’s Got Talent” champ Darci Lynne are among the artists set to perform.
Eminem, Lionel Richie, Carly Simon, Eurythmics, Duran Duran and Pat Benatar also were inducted.
The assailant was carrying a replica handgun with a knife blade inside, authorities said.
The music played on as musicians mourned the country legend while also celebrating three other inductees: Ray Charles, Eddie Bayers and Pete Drake.
Naomi Judd, the Kentucky-born singer of the Grammy-winning duo The Judds and mother of Wynonna and Ashley Judd, has died. She was 76.
Book review: Poetry Month may have ended with the last of April, but these new volumes are worthy of reading year-round.