"Seeking the name of person who cuts chaga from private property and trails established by locals. Blatant disregard for posted signs and trail cameras.
Whenever I go to see a kids' movie, especially one that my own kids enjoy, I feel a kind of pressure to like it. And when I don't, I feel kind of like the Grinch. Why do I have to rain on everyone's parade?
...compete and they work hard."Beauparlant said his team is coming around."I had a really good conversation with a friend of mine who watched all four games we played against Fairbanks," Beauparlant said. "He's nobody that's associated...
...in 1960 - still the lone-recorded event larger than the Alaska earthquake - met the results with resistance."A friend of mine at Cal Tech said, 'If that's what happened (in Alaska), how come it's the only place in the world it happened...
Will somebody please explain why a reporter is not allowed to impersonate an FBI agent, but it's OK if an FBI agent impersonates a reporter? It's obvious why no one should be allowed to dishonestly pass him- or herself off as a law-enforcement official, but it also should be apparent why any cop, federal or local, should not be pretending to be a newsperson. It undermines our credibility, and given the sloppy performance of too many in our business, we don't have a lot of credibility to spare.
FAIRBANKS - It took a while but now that winter finally looks like it's here to stay - that might be an understatement after the past week, eh? - it's time to unveil my annual winter list of outdoor things to do. You know the routine by now.
Three famous men died on Nov. 22, 1963. The one getting the most attention, understandably, is John F. Kennedy. Less so the other two: Aldous Huxley, author of the futuristic novel "Brave New World," and Clive Staples Lewis.
A friend of mine recently returned from a hunting trip at his secluded and highly classified spot somewhere above the Arctic Circle and had an all...
For those who made it to Marion Nelson's "Encaustic Works" show at Kenai Peninsula College interest in an ancient art form has been re-kindled. Encaustic painting, also known as hot wax painting, involves using heated beeswax to which colored pigments are added. The liquid/paste is then applied to a surface, usually prepared wood, canvas or other materials.
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