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The new theater is projected to cost around $4.7 million.
John Walsh, Pat Broaders and Brenda Castles will perform Friday
New Kenai visitor center show features the vivid colors of nature
Kenai Performers’ ‘The Old People Are Revolting’ debuts
Dr. Sami Ali made 2019 resolution to paint every day — and then the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
Kenai Performers to give workshops on how to create theater costumes
The miniseries chronicles western music from the prehistoric days to the present.
Bunnell Street Arts Center artistic director is one of nine honored.
VanDevere mixes shape, color and dimension in emotional show
‘The last week of 2021 felt like a good time to pick up one of her books.’
McNett uses as her subject the environment of Alaska and the Kenai Peninsula.
The acclaimed tale follows four siblings who discover a snowy fantasy world beyond the doors of an antique wardrobe.
Series follows 40-day expedition to Port Chatham in search of mysterious Bigfoot-like creature.
Just in time for Christmas, a new Homer writer and artist has published her first book. Bumblebee Books, an imprint of Olympia Publishers, London, United… Continue reading
The films range from extreme sports to outdoor winter hobbies, while also promoting sustainable recreation.
Chiappone’s first novel is set in Homer, Anchor Point.
Forever Dance celebrates the holiday spirit with Christmas showcase.
Gordon’s second book also tells of Ruben Gaines, creator of Chilkoot Charlie.
HCOA annual art show presents art in a variety of media, all in 5x7 format.
Soldotna High School returns to stage with production of musical “Annie”