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What’s forthcoming is a very rare occurrence and, in my case, uncommon as bifocals on a Shih Tzu puppy
How’s your negative capability doing?
She’s been selected for both a local collection and a major Indigenous art market
Potent words on climate change resonate across decades
Gochujang salad dressing turns veggies and tofu into an exciting meal
“OK, Boomer” is supposed to be the current put down by the “woke generation”
“Bob,” he said, “that crazy fool is shooting at us.”
Christ also offers us an eternal springtime of love, hope and life
Many who have suffered this loss believe they must bear it in silence for the sake of propriety
Night Falls on the Daylight Kid—Part One By Clark Fair
I don’t know about you all, but the world feels pretty rough these days
“Firefighting: The Financial Crisis and Its Lessons” gives a retrospective on the 2008 financial crisis
Art center’s new exhibit displays the versatility of watercolors
Artist uses art to explore the blurred boundaries between sorrow and celebration, hardship and healing
Kalbi marinade makes ribs that taste like a party
Mathers had only three cents in her purse when she arrived in Kenai
I suggested to my wife that we could replace the old kids’ car with something “fun”
Love is a daily, moment-by-moment action that we choose to be a part of or not.
20th Kachemak Bay Writers’ Conference returns in new location in downtown Homer.
The prolific author and poet has been working for years on the two books