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Juneau Names Front and Seward Intersection Heritage Square None 
Food of the North None 

Food of the North

On September 21st, 2018 The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Alaska Chapter, is hosting its reimagined biennial fund-raising event at Fox Hollow Chalet, ‘Food of the North.’

Simon & Seafort's Hires Alger as Events & Marketing Manager None 
Design is a Way of Thinking, a Way of Looking at the World None 

Design is a Way of Thinking, a Way of Looking at the World

Groundbreaking ideas and new ways of thinking can shape the future. Anchorage Design Week 2018 celebrates the power of design to find creative solutions, for professional designers and the public, through workshops, presentations by national speakers, conversations and networking events.

How the 2018 Fair Fared None 
Alaska Airlines Begins Nonstop Service Between Seattle and Pittsburgh None 

Alaska Airlines Begins Nonstop Service Between Seattle and Pittsburgh

Alaska Airlines announced that it will begin nonstop, daily service between Seattle and Pittsburgh. This new service is currently the only nonstop flight offered from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT).

Cranberry Tart Latest in Alaskan Brewing Seasonal Lineup None 

Cranberry Tart Latest in Alaskan Brewing Seasonal Lineup

Alaskan Brewing Company welcomes autumn with their latest seasonal beer, Cranberry Tart. Taking inspiration from the season of harvest and foraging, Cranberry Tart features local Sitka spruce tips along with a medley of berry flavor, the perfect accompaniment to rich, savory fall meals.

Alaska Airlines Announces New Nonstop Service Between Seattle and Columbus, Ohio None 

Alaska Airlines Announces New Nonstop Service Between Seattle and Columbus, Ohio

Alaska Airlines is ready to touch down in Buckeye Country.

Newest Subway Restaurant in Alaska Celebrating One Year None 

Newest Subway Restaurant in Alaska Celebrating One Year

Subway, known for its fresh baked bread and offering a healthier alternative to traditionally fatty fast food, celebrated one year in Utqiagvik, formerly known as Barrow, Alaska.

Franklin, Alaska: A Town That Once Was None 

Franklin, Alaska: A Town That Once Was

Floating down the Fortymile River, we saw a cut in the green hills that hinted of a creek. My canoeing partner and neighbor, Ian Carlson, 13, wanted to see a ghost town. The map told us one should be dead ahead.