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Freeman wins Governor’s Arts Humanities Award
Bunnell Street Arts Center artistic director is one of nine honored.
Artist, naturalist finishes Bunnell residency
McNett uses as her subject the environment of Alaska and the Kenai Peninsula.
New reality-TV show explores Nantinaq stories
Series follows 40-day expedition to Port Chatham in search of mysterious Bigfoot-like creature.
‘A Christmas Parade’ is local author’s first book
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
‘Hunger of Crows’ perfect for winter reading
Chiappone’s first novel is set in Homer, Anchor Point.
Looking to share some holiday spirit? Here’s how
Share the Spirit serves the Homer community by donating food, essential needs and Christmas presents.
‘Dagnabit’ features tales of ’80s wild Alaska
Gordon’s second book also tells of Ruben Gaines, creator of Chilkoot Charlie.
‘Fun with 5×7’ offers affordable art
HCOA annual art show presents art in a variety of media, all in 5x7 format.
‘Cold Mountain Path’ explores ghost town history of McCarthy
Kizzia’s book looks at McCarthy history from 1938 to the town’s revival as a tourist destination.
Garay lifts the veil between living and dead with “Art of Ancestor Veneration”
HCOA show invites people to submit own images of ancestors at central altar.
‘Bolt from the Blue’ film features Homer
“The Office” star Kate Flannery cast in feature film produced in Homer.
Whale of a job
Nikiski Senior Center gets addition to dining room.
Peatlands exhibit at Pratt merges art and conservation
The exhibit caps a yearslong effort to identify a locally sustainable way to reduce or capture carbon emissions
Roll ‘em: DocFest returns for 17th year
Homer Documentary Film Festival returns with COVID-19 precautions and a solid line up of films.
‘Recover’ brings Burning Basket back to Spit
Basket in a time of pandemic will seek to rebuild community, organizer says.
‘Fall to Flight’ tells story of eaglet’s survival
Fourth book by Homer author Dorothy S. Cline considers hard truth about nature.
In new show, Wyne looks at time through ‘Strata’
Spenard artist chops, shears and welds decommissioned road signs to make art.
Homer artist starts shop to sell art
59 North Creations features work by Tracy Hansen and other local artists.
Salmonfest returns — cautiously and in expanded space
10th festival will be more spread out and completely outdoors.
New monumental sculpture shows Dena’ina wayfinding
Ninilchik artist Argent Kvasnikoff’s ‘Tuyanitun: Tuggeht’ will be installed at Tuggeht — Bishop’s Beach.