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At-home adventures make the best of staying close to home

January 20, 2016
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At-home adventures make the best of staying close to home

There are a lot of things to love about staycations. Sure, vacationing close to home when “home” is Alaska may lack the lulling sway of palm trees, the curling froth…

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Breaking routine leads to dining discoveries

November 11, 2015
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Breaking routine leads to dining discoveries

When it comes to dining out and bar-hopping, we all get into our ruts. These are our go-to places. They require little effort. We know the menu, we know who…

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Nailing the night out: Follow these tips for a perfect evening

October 11, 2015
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Nailing the night out: Follow these tips for a perfect evening

There is so much more to going to a show than simply going to a show. True, a night at the theater or opera is very much about the production…

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Comfort food is calling

September 14, 2015
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Comfort food is calling

Every fall, there is inevitably and collectively a moment when we realize winter is upon us. Maybe it’s that one day when the darkening morning is suddenly noticed, or the…

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Sea, suds and sustenance in Seward

August 17, 2015
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Sea, suds and sustenance in Seward

It’s hard to pass an Alaskan summer without a trek south to Seward. During the off-season, it is a sleepy but still-charming town, nestled among dramatic peaks, with throwback buildings…

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Local breweries fine-tune the art of beer tasting

April 27, 2015
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A sampler of King Street Brewing Company classics is $9. Katie Pesznecker

Greek philosopher Plato reportedly said, “He was a wise man who invented beer.” And in South Anchorage are a whole bunch of wise men and women who – lucky us…

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