In Peter Jackson’s Beatles documentary, Paul McCartney writes “Get Back” in a number of minutes. Many musicians felt validated.
Indigenous artists showcased their work after the event was canceled last season during the pandemic
Book review: In his muddled but charmingly written volume about “the world’s most fascinating flake,” author Anthony R. Wood makes his case that snow has been a key driver of U.S. history.
The “Get Back” documentary series is a slog that only one band could get away with.
Book review: Amy Butcher’s memoir details the trauma of her own life and how being with trucker Joy Wiebe for a few days on the Dalton Highway rescued her from her fears.
Sondheim reshaped the American musical theater in the second half of the 20th century with his intelligent, intricately rhymed lyrics, his use of evocative melodies and his willingness to tackle unusual subjects.
His nominations span several genres including R&B, jazz, American roots music, classical and music video.
South Korean superstars BTS were crowned artist of the year at the American Music Awards on Sunday, brushing aside challenges from Taylor Swift, Drake and The Weeknd as they took home a total of three awards and teamed up with Coldplay for a raucous “My Universe” and closed the show with “Butter.”
You gaze into the emotional world of her music, but all you’re seeing is yourself.
Like all of the best children’s literature, this graphic novel by Dimi Macheras and Casey Silver offers plenty for adult readers to enjoy and appreciate as well.
The superstar’s super-hyped new album processes her divorce in more ways than one.
“The Book of Timothy” opens with a 2002 phone call from author Joan Nockels Wilson’s brother in Chicago, where they two had grown up. The story of clergy abuse in Boston had just hit the news, and, upset, Tim told his sister in Anchorage: “It happened to me.”
Book excerpt: Today, as has been the case for many years, the great dramas of Alaska Native life revolve around efforts to adapt and resist.
From Tom Kizzia’s “The Wake of the Unseen Object.”
“All Too Well,” widely considered Swift’s best-written song, now has a 10-minute version on her new re-released album “Red (Taylor’s Version).”
The 76-year-old three-time inductee of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, never known for taking public political stands, has emerged as a vocal critic of stay-at-home orders and vaccination measures.
Though there’s definitely some fun to be had with this film beyond Zhao’s glorious compositions, “Eternals” ends up being one of the more overwrought and, frankly, silly additions to the MCU canon.
By most studios’ box-office standards, the opening was enviable. However, audiences gave it a lower grade — a “B” CinemaScore — than any previous MCU entry.
Book review: In a worthy followup to 2015′s “Surviving Bear Island,” Tom Parker must navigate a tributary of the Tanana River in a rickety homemade canoe on a desperate run for help.
Also, Alaska authors Heather Lende and Stan Jones will be in Anchorage to read and sign copies of their new books.