A group of singers from the CERSC traveled to the 28th Annual Anchorage Folk Festival recently in the only lane open to traffic because of a major snowfall.
It’s that time of year again: Time for the annual onslaught of local Cub Scout Pinewood Derbies in which the thrill of victory in the fast lane and the agony
Two local teen biathletes are prepping for the Youth/Junior Biathlon World Championships on Feb. 22-28 in Osrblie, Slovakia.
Russell, 28, is the nature center’s newest naturalist. She started in April 2016 and is enchanted with her surroundings.
Rep. Dan Saddler spread some holiday cheer at the Dec. 15 Rotary club meeting by strumming his guitar playing a series of seasonal favorite tunes and leading the other Rotary
It’s never too late to learn to paint. So discovered Eagle River’s Myrna Johnson about a year ago when she joined a painting group based out of the Chugiak-Eagle River
It was chilly as more than 400 runners took off from the football field at Eagle River High School headed into the nearby woods in at the second annual Maddy’s
Gobble, gobble, gobble and paint yourself a pretty turkey decoration fit for the Thanksgiving holiday. Rivers Edge Studio Gallery & Unique Gifts is sponsoring a paint night just for art
Poetry, prose, fiction and non-‐fiction converge each month at Jitters Coffee Shop when local residents, including some writers from Anchorage and other areas, share their work at a unique gathering
When shooting zombies, it is rather important to hit them in the head. That’s how they finally die. Or at least that is the common lore touted by popular television