Guest Author Brian Walch shares his expertise on how every professional can guide their career to find professional satisfaction.
Guest Author Shannon Gramse shares a model of community learning in Vietnam that can inspire Alaskans to find new ways to learn.
Guest Author Kati Capozzi explains how the Alaska Chamber represents the interests of business communities statewide and provides essential services to help those businesses thrive.
As part of deep cuts to academic programs, UAA stopped offering a bachelor’s degree in theater. This year, the last student enrolled in the program is graduating, leaving future prospective students and the performing arts community to wonder how local performing arts talent can be developed.
Set on empty lots, street corners, and parking lots, standalone drive-thru coffee kiosks are seemingly everywhere. But while they all share a similar goal of keeping Alaskans caffeinated, kiosks owners have unique approaches to running their small business.
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.