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Letters home span the entire length of World War II from a Navy corpsman’s perspective.
Kenai Performers youth drama camp takes center stage
Kenai approves transfer of land to Triumvirate Theatre
The Kenai Peninsula Fairgrounds in Ninilchik is hosting a benefit concert for the Triumvirate Theater this Friday, featuring an a cappella group and a Grammy… Continue reading
The annual festival raises funds for a sober living house.
Show aims to show Alaska Native cultures as they thrive in the modern world.
Kenai Art Center celebrates reopening with work from Potters’ Guild
Ninilchik artist Argent Kvasnikoff’s ‘Tuyanitun: Tuggeht’ will be installed at Tuggeht — Bishop’s Beach.
The land is located near Daubenspeck Park by the Kenai Walmart.
Put nature and man together and what do you get? For starters, a sky brilliantly colored by the sun with oranges and reds, mountains deep… Continue reading
Exhibit postponed by the pandemic opens at Pratt Museum & Park in Homer.
After a year hiatus, Homer’s annual Pottery Studio Tour returned to bring fun, beauty and education to ceramic enthusiasts May 15-16. With five studios participating… Continue reading
“Little Women” musical debuts this weekend
After hiatus, annual event back as program transitions out of pandemic
Originally from Fairbanks, Rydlinski was looking for a place “off the grid”
The film is available to stream online this weekend.
Nikiski students bring high school theater back with “High School Musical”
‘What we learned is that old growth forest is very important’
Schubert’s work includes sculptural ‘rooms’ that tell stories
Coray’s ‘Lost Mountain’ looks at personal, community conflict in setting where a large mine might happen.