Dr. Luke Liu’s clinic will soon begin recruiting patients for a pilot study of a treatment for long COVID symptoms.
Blessed is every coiled soccer sock you unroll before putting it in the wash…
Over the last year, life in the city has inched back to normal for many people who had their usual routines hijacked by the pandemic.
As the holiday season approaches, the experience of shopping and what’s available to buy has changed in major ways over the pandemic years. Economists project it’s unlikely to recover soon.
For New York Times Food a story about the vital role chest freezers play in the economics and culture of Alaska Native villages, and how they are being threatened as increasingly violent storms take out the electricity.
I got curious about why there are still long drive-thru lines, long waits at restaurants and so many help-wanted signs in Anchorage.
In this story, I wrote about how micro-communities we formed during the pandemic have blossomed into deep friendships.
It isn’t easy to gauge how many, but high demand has made conditions right for some longtime early childhood workers to quit their jobs and work on their own.
For the NEIGHBORS project, I took a look at how the pandemic changed downtown through the eyes of two downtown ambassadors, charged with waking people sleeping on the street in the mornings.
There’s still a risk, but seniors are flooding back to Anchorage Senior Center