Alaska and Hawai’i have a historic connection dating back hundreds of years. It still exists today through shared culture.
Get to know Southeast Alaska artist Cynthia Gibson, whose wearable art was featured on the October 2021 cover.
Everything about Alaska is tough, and the state’s athletes are no exception. In this photo essay we highlight five competitors in various sports.
Preston Pollard, who was born and raised in Anchorage, started a program called Push Forward to mentor and inspire the next generation.
Rhodiola, also called arctic root, goldenroot, and roseroot, could be the next big commercial crop in Alaska.
In Jeffry Hesse’s opinion, the taste of burbot rivals salmon or halibut. It’s lean and picks up flavor easily. Plus, no bones, unlike salmon.
The bears noticed our absence during the pandemic and took the opportunity to throw a party, with some bruins behaving better than others.
Big cruise ships will return to Alaska for a short season in 2021, now that President Biden has signed the Alaska Tourism Restoration Act.
Bjorn Dihle highly recommend this pack for outdoorsy parents or people who want to get a good baby gift for a parent-to-be who loves the woods and mountains.
About 87 percent of land in Alaska is public. It provides ample opportunity for recreation and habitat for wildlife. But it also stirs debates on how the land should be used.