Who will be the king and queen of winter sports?

March 13, 2015
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During last year’s AK Skimeister Challenge, Olympic crosscountry skier Kikkan Randall showed up and got reacquainted with her Alpine-skiing roots. Randall, who used to race competitively in Alpine, pretty much…

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Local Potters seek help with Empty Bowls Project

March 12, 2015
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The 21st annual Bean’s Café Empty Bowls Project will fill up Egan Center on March 14. The fundraiser combines talents of local potters and the culinary genius of the community,…

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Heliskiing season aims for higher ground

March 10, 2015
An Alaska Snowboard Guides helicopter flies over fresh tracks in the Chugach. JUSTIN BEFU / ALASKA SNOWBOARD GUIDES

When the calendar rolls into March, most serious skiers’ eyes roll toward the slopes far, far away. Spring skiing is synonymous with heliskiing, and during March, when the daylight hours…

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The best of both worlds

March 9, 2015
A March outing to Lake George — before the ice melted — is the perfect time to explore the area without freezing. ANDY HALL

March: When we both cling to winter and yearn for summer In our household, March arrives with less enthusiasm than in past years. While the added daylight is welcome, and…

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March Calendar

March 4, 2015
The Fur Rendezvous features sled-dog racing through Downtown, and is crowd-pleaser. Roy Neese.

March 1 Polar Bears: White on White 2 p.m., Eagle River Nature Center Professional photographer Roy Corral will discuss the challenges and processes of photographing polar bears based on his…

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