It’s all about community at the annual human-powered fishing derby in Seldovia.
Friends of Nike Site Summit maintain and provide tours of a Cold War era missile defense site on top of Mount Gordon Lyons near Anchorage.
Palmer resident Adam Christiansen documented carbide drawings left behind on the tunnels in Hatcher Pass mines.
An orchard, event space, and public garden plots are forming the base of Government Hill Commons in Anchorage.
The Eagle River Nature Center, a popular recreational area for locals and known as the gateway to Chugach State Park, celebrates 25 years.
The Yukon Bar, a local dive for Seward residents, is the start of many a memorable nights. If you’re in Seward, be sure to drop in.
The crown jewel of Girdwood is Alyeska Resort, a year-round vacation retreat located just 40 miles from downtown Anchorage.
Kachemak Bay State Park outside Homer has over 400,000 acres full of hiking trails, beaches, fishing holes, paddling routes, and other adventures.
The 2020 Anchorage Design Week will explore the idea of future landscapes through in-person and virtual events happening October 2-10.