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“The Office” star Kate Flannery cast in feature film produced in Homer.
Nikiski Senior Center gets addition to dining room.
The exhibit caps a yearslong effort to identify a locally sustainable way to reduce or capture carbon emissions
Homer Documentary Film Festival returns with COVID-19 precautions and a solid line up of films.
Basket in a time of pandemic will seek to rebuild community, organizer says.
Fourth book by Homer author Dorothy S. Cline considers hard truth about nature.
Spenard artist chops, shears and welds decommissioned road signs to make art.
59 North Creations features work by Tracy Hansen and other local artists.
10th festival will be more spread out and completely outdoors.
Ninilchik artist Argent Kvasnikoff’s ‘Tuyanitun: Tuggeht’ will be installed at Tuggeht — Bishop’s Beach.
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
I’m thinking about food as an expression of myself and an opportunity to experiment in the kitchen.
It feels like the right time to make some of my grandma’s blueberry crumble.
It’s bright. It’s green. It’s fresh. It’s cheesy. What’s not to love?
In Sweden, this cake is usually eaten for fika, which is a coffee and cake break.
As the sun stays up longer, and the ice in our yard melts away, I’m also assessing our pantry.
Curry can be anything you want it to be
Eggplants are surprisingly versatile.