Growing Sunday dinner in rural Alaska
The days are getting shorter and full of rain. Many Southeast Alaskans are dreading the impending seasonal shift. In Hoonah however, one 12-old boy is pretty excited. Standing over his garden, Ted Elliot pops another snap pea into his mouth.
Dog daycare opens in Juneau
The doggy doors of a new business opened the first of September to welcome a pack of furry customers.
The end is one poet’s beginning
Kate Partridge’s first book of poetry “Ends of the Earth” combines her personal life experiences in Alaska with history, both ancient and contemporary. Partridge published “Ends of the Earth” on July 1 of this year and has had multiple readings since with more planned for the future.
Woodshed Kings: Will you be the grasshopper or the ant?
You know the trumpets give them warnin’“You’d better leave this place.”Now, no one thought of leavin’‘till Death stared them in the face.- from the traditional ballad, ‘Wasn’t that a mighty storm’
Southeast in Sepia: The first aeroplanes in Skagway
When I started doing research on the first airplane (or aeroplane as they were called then) in Skagway I thought I would be writing about only one plane, but as luck would have it, the first plane to pass through Skagway, the first plane to fly over Skagway, and the first plane to land in Skagway were actually three different planes.

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