Frozen friends

January 27, 2015

Raising ducks in winter requires … flexibility BY LAURA EMERSON For several years, we have raised chickens and enjoyed their company, eggs and insect eradication. Last winter, my husband suddenly…

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What to wear to keep snow biking enjoyable

January 21, 2015
Julie Berberich and Darcy Davis layer up for riding in the White Mountains Recreation Area. Janice Tower

Being caught off guard by the weather foils many a winter bike ride. With Anchorage’s extreme temperature variations, it can be above freezing at Glen Alps in the Chugach Mountains,…

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Torchon Bistro raises the bar on adventurous eating

January 19, 2015
Meals at Torchon Bistro offers such specialties as elk loin, to a bacon mustard ice cream to spare ribs with sweet spruce tip dry rub. And the Bistro proudly serves Alaska-raised Heritage Hogs. Katie Pesznecker

Torchon Bistro brings something new to Anchorage, its adventurous menu luring diners out of the doldrums of cuisine comfort zones and straight into a new foodie level. A recent dinner…

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Running on inspiration

January 16, 2015

Don’t let winter blahs blast motivation Let’s be honest: Staying motivated in the middle of winter is challenging. The temperature plunges to single digits, snow and ice impede movement and…

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Winter fun forecast

January 14, 2015

The adventure compass points north and south of Anchorage By landmass, Anchorage is one of the largest cities in the nation. At 2,000 square miles, it is bigger than some…

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