In this story, I wrote about how micro-communities we formed during the pandemic have blossomed into deep friendships.
There’s nothing easy about running a dairy in remote Alaska. That might be why the state only has one left.
Here’s a guide to where to eat in Juneau.
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.
I had a great time helping to edit and contributing to the 2022 Eater Guide to Alaska. Take a look.
Here’s my guide to Anchorage, part of the Eater Guide to Alaska I guest edited.
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
You could say our pantries reflect our collective state of mind and the state of the world. They also tell us how we’re recovering from the pandemic years.
For much of the past two years, a lot of us have been isolated from people we know, but also from the world of strangers, from small talk in line for coffee and smiles in the grocery store, and the sense of community that comes with it. That makes acts of kindness more meaningful