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  • July is a wonderful time to get out and enjoy Anchorage. Even if you’re not the outdoorsy, hike/climb/bike type, much of the action this month takes place under the long, lazy hang time of Alaska’s midnight sun. After all, you get just as much...
  • Trial size products give you just enough to get a sense of an item, try it out, sample it. If you like it, great! There’s plenty more where that came from. If you don’t, you didn’t invest much to give it a try. While most trial size items are...
  • You’re out enjoying another day in Alaska, and suddenly it hits you: that grumbling, rumbling, longing for a delicious, filling meal. In the last year, Anchorage’s culinary scene has cooked up some new spots. Plan a new adventure or celebrate...
  • How does Anchorage say goodbye to winter and welcome the coming summer? We brush off the last of the snow and break through those ever-shrinking icicles! Alaska is a blast in the winter, but there are so many great activities waiting under the...
  • “Beware the ides of March.” Caesar probably should have heeded this sage advice. Thankfully, Alaskans have nothing to fear from the ides (that's the middle of the month, for those of you who skipped Shakespeare in high school). In fact, it is...
  • Three. There’s something magical about that number, and strangely enough, it factors into a lot of fun in Alaska later this month and in early March. Anchorage has a classic trio of winter events: Anchorage Fur Rendezvous, the Iditarod Trail...
  • We need to make a New Year’s resolution not to make crummy resolutions. The big resolutions to get healthy or be more fun often ring hollow even as we ring in the new year. In 2014, no empty promises and no procrastinating, and while we’re at...
  • Falling near the traditional holiday season, there’s another event that can take on special meaning at northern latitudes. The winter solstice is the shortest day of the year. But that just means that the next day is a little longer, and the...

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