Remote winters: A look at the life of winter caretaker in Southeast Alaska’s Warm Springs Bay
For seven out of the last 10 autumns, Rick Fleischman and Jen Price have packed up, stocked up, and headed to Baranof Wilderness Lodge for seven months of solitude and snow removal.
With SpringSunrise comes early;Sunsets linger over Spring’s green fingersUnfolding new from the heart of winter’s fist.
I’ll admit it: I was expecting a play about Martin Luther King, Jr. — running to coincide not only with Martin Luther King Day, but also the 50th Anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery marches — to feel sort of like an after-school special or a live-action museum piece.
If creative energy showed up as visible light, the glow emanating from the Juneau Arts & Culture Center Thursday night would easily be bright enough to be seen by passing satellites in space.
A scientist once noticed a connection between the stress that tides inflict on the planet and the number of small earthquakes that happen in some areas when that pressure is greatest. She saw a pattern to these earthquakes leading up to great tsunamis. A graduate student is now looking for a similar signal in Alaska.

If you had to choose one thing to be allergic to, what would it be and why?
"I would choose mayonnaise, because I hate mayonnaise anyway... I can't even handle it. I send sandwiches back."
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