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It’s hard to recall a year of such blanket angst and quandary, yet, somehow, someway, there’s always a light shining through gloom if you look for it.
By Frank Alioto For the Peninsula Clarion 2020 has clearly impressed on humanity the fragility of life and how difficult it is to wait. Aren’t… Continue reading
Homer artist wants to spotlight marine animals that aren’t well known or well understood.
Bringing a personal twist to holiday giving
God has no trouble with math, especially addition.
Ginger molasses cookies make the perfect holiday treat
The show went up on Nov. 6 and continues through Dec. 17.
Christmas came to Kenai on schedule, if a little modified and subdued from years past.
I know Thanksgiving this year won’t be the same.
David Brame’s new graphic novel will be published in January
By Clark Fair For the Peninsula Clarion Author’s note: This is Part Two of a three-part story of an airplane crash more than a half-century… Continue reading
Figuring out the signs of seasonal change is easy, right?
It’s not much, but it’s also everything.
Pettibone finds magic in fireweed, other common plants
I’m normally not a warm drink person.
Part 1 of a three-part story of a single-engine airplane crash more than a half-century ago.
It’s a time-honored tradition to have pizza in the newsroom on election night.
Here we are 33 weeks later wondering how we are going to celebrate the grandest time of the year.
The pandemic hit, and we all brushed off some skills we hadn’t thought about in a while.
I’m enjoying the nuts while I work from home and occasionally daydream about the international travel