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USS Alaska Sailors Visit Namesake State

USS Alaska Sailors Visit Namesake State

Eight crew members, including the boat’s Commanding Officer, Cmdr. Eric Cole, and Chief of the Boat, Master Chief Machinist’s Mate (Auxiliary) Christopher Yacur, traveled to Anchorage, the first time in more than a decade the crew has visited their namesake state.
Showing Off the Last Frontier

Showing Off the Last Frontier

In a state in which tourism is a major economic driver, it’s not surprising that Alaska Native corporations would establish and operate their own visitor attractions. What sets them apart—whether running lodges deep in Denali Park, operating the Kodiak Brown Bear Center in the Karluk Basin, or running a tram to the top of Mt. Roberts in downtown Juneau—is their emphasis on culture in every aspect of what they do.
As Smoked Porter Turns 30, Newly Expanded Tasting Room Opens

As Smoked Porter Turns 30, Newly Expanded Tasting Room Opens

JUNEAU, AK—Alaskan Brewing opened an expanded tasting room in a grand opening celebration that also marked the 30th anniversary of one of its most renowned beers, Smoked Porter. The newly renovated space is part of the brewery’s expansion in a newly-acquired building on Commercial Boulevard in Juneau, part of its Lemon Creek brewing and tasting room facility.
United Airlines Announces Nonstop Service Between Fairbanks and San Francisco

United Airlines Announces Nonstop Service Between Fairbanks and San Francisco

Alaska Snow Gets Make-Over

Alaska Snow Gets Make-Over

Getting information for mountain recreation and travel in Alaska is about to get easier. Thanks to a $20,000 grant from the Rasmuson Foundation, AlaskaSnow.org has been getting a major upgrade.
Culture and Community Connect in Largest Gathering of Native People in the US

Culture and Community Connect in Largest Gathering of Native People in the US

Visit Anchorage announced the following economic impact of meetings and conventions booked within the Municipality of Anchorage for October 2018, the largest of which is the Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN) Annual Convention. This is the second year in a row the city has won the bid to host the meeting, the largest of the month. The First Alaskans Institute Elders & Youth Conference precedes the larger AFN gathering.
Winner Caught in Alaskan Amber Fishing Derby

Winner Caught in Alaskan Amber Fishing Derby

Iron Dog Board Hires New Executive Director

Iron Dog Board Hires New Executive Director

Alaska Zoo Welcomes New Female Polar Bear Resident

Alaska Zoo Welcomes New Female Polar Bear Resident

At the recommendation of the Association of Zoos & Aquariums’ Species Survival Plan, the Alaska Zoo is welcoming a new polar bear from the Denver Zoo this month. The Alaska Zoo will care for Cranbeary, a sixteen-year-old female, with the goal of eventually pairing her with Lyutyik, the Alaska Zoo’s male polar bear.
Juneau Names Front and Seward Intersection Heritage Square

Juneau Names Front and Seward Intersection Heritage Square

Food of the North

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.’
Alaska Natives Share Culture, History

Alaska Natives Share Culture, History

Alaska Native corporations have earned positive reputations for their work with government contracting and in the oil and gas industry. However, a number of corporations have balanced and diversified their portfolios with tourism industry assets.
Goldbelt Provides Alaska Expertise on a Global Scale

Goldbelt Provides Alaska Expertise on a Global Scale

Goldbelt, Inc. is headquartered in Juneau. It’s an urban Alaska Native Corporation that was formed in 1974, named after a 33,000-acre mineralized zone in Southeast Alaska that stretches along the mainland from Frederick Sound to Berners Bay.
Simon & Seafort's Hires Alger as Events & Marketing Manager

Simon & Seafort's Hires Alger as Events & Marketing Manager

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

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.
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