Thoughtful architectural design can take a building from serving a simple purpose to providing community, culture, or historic context.
Since 1952 Santa Clause House has been building a year-round home for Christmas in North Pole and exporting that spirit around the world.
Contractors involved in excavation are encouraged, and sometimes required, to work with archaeological experts to preserve cultural resources.
To ensure all women have access to breast cancer screening, the Breast Cancer Detection Center of Alaska and Providence Alaska Imaging are improving mobile services.
The fight to amend the exclusion of five Southeast communities from Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act continues today, fifty years after the act passed.
To supplement their income, farmers have given their land a second life as tourist destinations, wedding venues, product-tasting sites, and more, benefitting the farms, locals, and visitors who get to spend memorable moments on some of the state’s most beautiful homesteads.
In 2023 the Alaska Marine Highway System is undergoing changes to to serve coastal communities more efficiently, including replacing and modernizing vessels and potential updates to ferry dock infrastructure.
As some fisheries shrink, often there are not enough fish to go around. Is bycatch at the root of the problem, or are there issues that need to be addressed?
The co-owners of the Anchorage restaurant fell in love with a historic, three-story building that provided opportunity and challenges in equal measure.
Each year, approximately 2,000 students statewide take part in Native Youth Olympics junior and senior games, athletic contests based on skills crucial to Alaska Natives people’s traditional way of life. More than just a display of athletic prowess, the events focus on promoting healthy lifestyles, positive self-esteem, leadership skills, and good sportsmanship through friendly athletic competition.