SEAS teaches the 'black art' of  sailing to Juneau
If you've been near the Juneau-Douglas bridge on a Wednesday afternoon, you've probably seen them in the Gastineau Channel: sailboats, harnessing the power of the wind.
Meals with Midgi: It's OK to make mistakes when cooking
There are many recipes I long to make but seem a little intimidating. I've never made a crown roast or duck comfit or my own pasta. I have a few connections on learning the pasta but the others will be trial and error. And that's OK.
One foot in two worlds: Sarah Williams
For more than 50 years, Sitka artist Sarah Williams has been a Gwich'in Athabascan in Tlingit country - and while she's embraced Tlingit culture, marrying a Raven and being adopted as an Eagle, she's also maintained her own identity.
Photos: Labor Day 2014
Monday is Labor Day, the American holiday of the worker. On the first Monday each September since 1894, Americans have celebrated the social and economic achievements of the American worker - things like the eight-hour workday, the minimum wage, the prohibition against child labor and basic workplace safety requirements. Of course, it's also a day off for most workers - we celebrate labor by not working.
The Guns of August
Armored cars, automatic rifles, gas masks and grenade launchers.

Log book
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