The BuyAlaska Holiday Gift Guide and other directories help shoppers find local merchants, recirculating economic activity within the state’s borders.
Tikigaq village corporation is handing operations of the Point Hope Native Store to rural retail chain Alaska Commercial Company.
The Northway Mall near Anchorage’s Mountain View neighborhood is a nearly empty shadow of its former self, so the owner is seeking a redeveloper for the renamed North Pointe.
Small businesses are still experiencing the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, but Alaskans can help their neighbors’ businesses by choosing to shop within their communities, says Commerce Commissioner Julie Anderson.
Despite losing two key retail anchors, it’s full sail ahead for Anchorage’s Midtown Mall (formerly and not-so-formerly known as the Mall at Sears, but more on that later).
Anchorage Fifth Avenue Mall announced the recent opening of Excalibur Alaska, retailing 100 percent authentic and officially licensed sports merchandise from apparel to jerseys to hats to home décor.
The Women, Infants, and Children public health nutrition program is now offering Anchorage families a new way to shop for WIC benefits using an electronic benefit transaction card.
Whatever that special piece is, there’s no better place to find it than one of Alaska’s boutiques, which feature a refreshing mix of unique fashion and local design.