Nick Jans shares what it was like being on a cruise ship during the 2021 cruising season in Alaska, after COVID shut down the previous year.
Musician Kate Bass was born and raised in Anchorage. Here she talks about what it was like to return home to Alaska during the pandemic.
Dr. Anne Zink, Alaska’s chief medical officer, talks about being a public figure, what Alaskans should do to stay safe, and silver linings.
The bears noticed our absence during the pandemic and took the opportunity to throw a party, with some bruins behaving better than others.
Nick Jans writes that Alaskans have Alaska to ourselves during the pandemic, but it comes at the cost of losing the tourism economy.
Bjorn Olson writes about the dramatic climate changes affecting Little Diomede, and how it thwarted his attempt to make a documentary.
Living as cabin dwellers on the shore of Lake Clark, Steve Kahn and Anne Coray find ways to entertain themselves. Like enjoying dinner for two at Browns.
Near the beginning of quarantine in 2020, the principal for Toksook Bay’s school acquired radios for every household in town.
Michelle Theall, Alaska magazine’s senior editor and a wildlife viewing guide, weighs the risks of travel during COVID-19.