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...recruits its ballerinas heavily from the academy."After I graduate I would love to stay in Russia, find a job in Russia or in Europe," she said of her plans. "I really want to be in a classical company because I spent all the time learning about classical...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/emily-russo-miller/2015-08-23
Festival showcases Alaskan craft beer

...the Kenai Peninsula Beer Festival continues to grow as a summer "Best Time Ever" event throughout Alaska, the lower 48 and Europe. Over 1,300 visitors from all over Alaska, twelve different states and five countries including Germany, France, Japan...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/dispatch/2015-08-17/festival-showcases-alaskan-craft
Dispatch
Hard cider that is worth drinking

...shrugged and chalked it up to the U.S. not having a strong cider culture, nor much history making it (at least compared to Europe).Then I spent this summer living (and drinking) in Boston, where Downeast Cider House ciders flow something akin to water...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/food/2015-08-04/hard-cider-that-i
Food
A spinning resurgence

...stick, and later with a hand spindle. With the invention of the spinning wheel in the 11th century in Asia and its arrival in Europe about 200 years later, spinning experienced its first renaissance, and the Western textile industry was born.Besides knitting...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/community/2015-08-08/a-spinning-resurgence
Community

...areas with such levels of contamination "would be shut down immediately."Many water and health experts in the U.S. and Europe are pushing regulatory agencies to include viral testing in determining water quality. But Leonardo Daemon, coordinator of...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/brad-brooks-and-jenny-barchfield/2015-07-30

...It's the beginning of something great in Rhode Island," Raimondo said.The offshore wind industry is far more advanced in Europe. Developers and industry experts say it has been slow to start in the U.S. because of regulatory hurdles, opposition from...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/jennifer-mcdermott/2015-07-27
Life in the Pedestrian Lane: It's only a movie

...newsreel of the important happenings of the time. We were just over WWII so many features were of what was going on to rebuild Europe. Maybe we'd have a short subject, usually something about a famous person or place, and then a cartoon or maybe two, depending...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/community/2015-07-25/life-in-the-pedestrian-lane-its
Community
What others say: Make good on UA system's strengths

...of international students a priority, but that overlooks Alaska's great geographic advantage. Alaska is equidistant from Europe, Asia and the East Coast of North America. The university system should take advantage of that fact, just as the state's...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2015-07-22/what-others-say-make-good-on-us-s
Opinion
Op-ed: Promises, Promises, unkept promises

...only since January. His coalition is based on his campaign promises that he would end the severe austerity imposed in 2010 by Europe's and the world's financial empire as the price the nation would have to pay for a bailout to stave off fiscal collapse...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2015-07-14/op-ed-promises-promises-unkept-pr
Opinion
Refuge Notebook: Bird cherries on the Kenai - a preview

...will permanently become a substantial and ubiquitous part of our streamside communities, making the Kenai a little more like Europe, a little less like Alaska, and perhaps a little less special. Matt Bowser serves as Entomologist at the Kenai National Wildlife...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2015-07-09/refuge-notebook-bird-cherries-on
Outdoors

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