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Eye of the Beholder

Photography today is way more casual. For most of us, light, exposure, and focus is not a problem. We just grab our phones and they do most of the work.

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Portraits of Hope

Many of the families photographed had never seen a portrait of themselves. Tears were falling as they held and kissed their photos.

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Photo Contest: What’s your story?

We hope that everyone feels like they can enter the "What's your story? Photo Contest," but we especially want to encourage kids.

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Letter From the Editor – March

This month, the staff at ECHO invites you to enter our photo contest and share your shots that best tell a story.

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Fresh Garden Dirt

Even the air smelled different. It had a bitter-sweet smell of fresh garden dirt, mixed with floral dew and sea salt.

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Alaska’s Valentine

At last, Alaska’s valentine arrives in February when the sunshine finally packs a little more heat and ventures noticeably higher in the sky.

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Cirque Dreams Holidaze

I wasn’t quite ready to let go of Christmas this year, so I was elated when one of my friends gifted me with tickets to Cirque Dreams Holidaze.

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Letter From the Editor – February

This issue was curated around the theme of discovering and acknowledging those loves in our lives that we don’t send Valentines to.

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Healthy lifestyle works as “preventative medicine”

There is a seldom-discussed panacea, albeit not perfect, that could reduce health care costs. It’s called preventative medicine.

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The Nutcracker Comes to Anchorage for its 75th Anniversary in the US

Annual attendance at the Anchorage Concert Association’s (ACA) production of The Nutcracker has become a holiday tradition for many families.

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You Can Be the Difference

Mental health problems are very common in the lives of people around us, and it's important to be prepared.

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Moving into the New Year

Dick doesn't believe in New Year's resolutions and neither do I. They never worked, I think, because they were not affirming in any way. 

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Letter From the Editor – January

We never really know what it will feel like to be in a new year, especially one so official and monumental until it's here.

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Suitcase Rubble

While suitcase rubble has a certain charm to it – it has a way of cropping up outside of suitcases, and indeed, all over the house.

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Döstädning

In Sweden, there is a cleaning and decluttering concept called “döstädning”. Translated, this means…gulp…here we go…death cleaning.

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