Alaskan sockeye salmon recipe with areamy poblano sauce and mango salsa by Andrew Maxwell, the pastry chef at Silver Salmon Creek Lodge.
After 15 years of learning about, exploring, and fighting Pebble Mine, one writer says the proposed mine will be around for generations, one way or another.
Alaska Native elder stories are preserved through the Tanana Chiefs Conferece video series, Legacy of our Elders, which profiles elders in 30-minute videos.
All your questions answered about whether Alaskans love tall tales, Balto the house cat, organic tofu bacon, and truth or dare in the far north.
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Alaska Senior Editor Michelle Theall shares Alaskan portraits from her time traveling and meeting people around the state. For this photo Theall writes, “When you live in Utqiagvik at the edge of the world, you make your own fun. Three kids sit atop a roof to rest after a day of biking along the Arctic Ocean. In typical Inupiat villages, seal pelts hang off ATVs and meat dries on sawhorses in front of homes. Gas is $7.00 a gallon and a two-liter bottle of Coca-Cola will cost you $10. However, bike riding and climbing on a neighbor’s shed remain free for now.” If you live or work in Alaska, you know that life here is different: simultaneously slower, harder, and more adventurous than in the Lower 48. People are fiercely independent, yet friendly. Communities possess unique personalities, defined in large part by their denizens or tourist offerings. Climbing and mining…
The world is full of opportunities. Finding the spark that fuels the imagination is what life is all about. Whatever career path you or your child might choose,…
Winters in the Last Frontier are mesmerizing, especially at Alyeska Resort in Girdwood, Alaska. Frozen crystals create the perfect medium to express yourself on the slopes either skiing…
World-class vacation destinations make world-class “staycation” destinations, and in Juneau, Alaska, many locals go on a permanent staycation.
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