The Alaska’s Fishermen’s Fund paid out more than $8 million in benefits to members of the Last Frontier’s commercial fleet in the last decade, helping cover their medical costs and getting them back to work.
Alaskan Owned apparel is a for-profit, social enterprise focused on making positive community impacts big and small, says owner Becky Strub.
In advance of building a processing complex in Ketchikan, Ucore reached a deal with Vital Metals to supply rare earth elements from its Canadian mine.
Residential Mortgage is hiring a new Chief Operating Officer. Mike Baldwin joins Residential Mortgage with thirty-five years of experience…
Theater patrons suddenly have an abundance of choices. Valley Performing Arts is closing a run of Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors; TBA Theatre is mounting its traditional Halloween shows; Anchorage Community Theater stages a radio play; Mad Myrna’s brings back its annual Rocky Horror Show; Perseverance Theatre opens its season in Juneau; and the following week, Cyrano’s Theatre Company continues its 2020 season after a long hiatus.
An empty hole now sits in the middle of the Great Alaska Mall, where Alaska Bagel served coffee and brunch to Midtown Anchorage for more than twenty-five years. The shop served its last dine-in customer on October 21, three weeks after receiving notice from the landlord to move out.