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The book features photos and recollections of more than 40 years hunting Alaska game birds with dogs.
Kenai Performers takes on T.S. Eliot in its latest show
Shuttered due to pandemic, Kenai Fine Art Center gets makeover
Last month, the Pratt Museum reopened on a scaled-back basis with its summer show, “Entangled: Exploring Natural History Collections from Kachemak Bay.” Put together by… Continue reading
Author would be here on a book tour, but, y’know.
American icons to take stage in outdoor July 4 performance
Diamond M hosts annual summer festival
Salmonfest director confident next year’s festival will go ahead as planned.
Annual festival returns with increased camping space, costume contest and more
When Kylee Swircenski moved to Kenai two years ago, she had no intention of starting her own business. As someone who regularly uses various forms… Continue reading
By CHRIS JENNESS
The view from above was stunning. The cliche says that people look like ants when you’re looking down from a ledge, and they do. Trees… Continue reading
Well, another year gone, another year’s worth of movies to reflect on. This year I saw 61 new movies, which, when you do the math,… Continue reading
Does anyone remember “The Happening” from way back in 2008? No? Well, you should. “The Happening” should be forever commemorated as what happens when M.… Continue reading
Globetrotting comedienne and entertainer Chelsea Hart has returned to her hometown of Kenai to offer a comedy writing workshop with the Kenai Performers today. Hart… Continue reading
Missing…. That single word belies the deep panic and fear behind the reason for the poster it’s on. Someone’s gone, not where he should be,… Continue reading
It’s true that there are a slew of movies new in theaters that are probably worth watching, but I am in that rare occasion of… Continue reading