Mighty Bikes celebrates 15th anniversary of fun

July 17, 2015
Mighty Bikes celebrates 15th anniversary of fun

This summer marks the 15th anniversary for Mighty Bikes, a children’s mountain biking program in Anchorage. Martin Stewart and I conceived of Mighty Bikes with the idea of keeping kids…

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Soaking up the Midnight Sun

July 12, 2015
Soaking up the Midnight Sun

You shouldn’t spend July inside. It’s just too nice. Outdoor activities abound. Sure, there’s amazing fishing, hiking, camping and biking. But there’s no need to mount an expedition while getting…

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The will to thrive: Paralympian takes on The Alaska Challenge

July 11, 2015
The will to thrive: Paralympian takes on The Alaska Challenge

Muffy Davis was just a teenager when she suffered a skiing accident while training in the late 1980s. She was one of the top-ranked U.S. junior ski racers in the…

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Big Wild Life Runs: Where ‘run’ and ‘fun’ collide

July 10, 2015
Big Wild Life Runs: Where ‘run’ and ‘fun’ collide

By Rebecca Coolidge Haviland Bart Yasso has, without a doubt, the best job in the world. As Chief Running Officer at Runner’s World magazine, he spends his time traveling to…

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Salmonfest summer: Big names grace the stage

July 9, 2015
Salmonfest summer: Big names grace the stage

BY JIM STEARNS If you’re looking for an optimum summer weekend, consider Salmonfest, set for July 31 through Aug. 2, as a great opportunity. The Kenai Peninsula is one of Alaska’s…

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