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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.
When I find myself with more ripe juicy peaches than I can eat, I bake something delicious with them
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
There’s nothing better than fresh anything.
The large figurative and landscape paintings are part of a narrative, “Eat, drink and be merry …”
“I like to refer to this kind of group activity as the art of activism, or ‘artivism’ for short.”
We don’t usually do things in the traditional manner up here on July 4.
The concert came about after the pandemic forced KBBI to cancel a planned Solstice weekend concert.
The first tastes of spring for me are rhubarb, fresh-caught fish from Kachemak Bay and chives.
This tasty salad is packed with lots of goodies and is substantial enough to be a main course.
Recall when you tried sriracha for the first time?
What makes you forget about this insanity right now?
This week’s recipes: Chicken Marsala and Pisciotta olive oil cake.
Join me in the kitchen, if only in spirit, and make a pot of soup from scratch.
One of the best batches of beef barley soup I’ve made.
Each artist includes a statement about their experience with disability.
“When I do my art, it’s a celebration of the things close to me that I love.”
And it’s all made of felt.