Alaska’s national parks – once a source of much controversy – continue to power 49th state tourism in a big way, but economic returns remain largely limited to a few areas of […]
News analysis Good news at last for salmon-loving Alaskans who’ve watched sockeye returns to the fabled Copper River spurt and falter this year. No, the Copper hasn’t witnessed the miraculous return of […]
The New York Times this week rolled out a long, long story about NXIVM guru Keith Raniere headlined “The ‘Sex Cult’ That Preached Empowerment.” Alaska kayaker Kristin Snyder who is believed to have […]
Bear attacks. Moose attacks. And now a whale attack. What a summer in Alaska.
Seventy degree temperatures in Alaska in March. Sockeye salmon swarming to Alaska rivers thinking May is June. Glaciers fleeing the coast to search for mountain cold. Get out the beach umbrellas. The […]