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The possibility of the existence of Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch, took root in young Baxter.
‘The Frederick Cook Interview’ shows at 7 p.m. Friday on KBBI radio
Charles Aguilar’s latest show is at Grace Ridge Brewery
Pratt Museum show also includes new work by photographers, writer
For Bunnell residency, artist also will look at frayed, found objects like rope and nets
Signs of hope include more in-person workshops, writers residencies.
Literary travel book had roots in newspaper series about rural Alaska.
Homer artist wants to spotlight marine animals that aren’t well known or well understood.
The show went up on Nov. 6 and continues through Dec. 17.
David Brame’s new graphic novel will be published in January
Pettibone finds magic in fireweed, other common plants
‘Shifting Tides’ traveling quilt show explores theme of Pacific Ocean connection
‘Behind the Mask - Our Stories’ invites people to share experiences
‘Knife Skills’ was written and directed by Homer playwright Lindsey Schneider
For 2020, most of the festival will be virtual — and sometimes live
Shuttered due to pandemic, Kenai Fine Art Center gets makeover
Artists made signs to recognize that Indigenous people have long been stewards of lands we call home
The Homer Youth String Orchestra Club released a video showing them performing outdoors.
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
The large figurative and landscape paintings are part of a narrative, “Eat, drink and be merry …”