Turning junk into treasures, from shadow boxes to wall hangings to upcycled old fur coats a store in south Anchorage is offering classes to create one of a kind personalized gifts just in time for the holidays.
The Anchorage Downtown Partnership has found new ways to celebrate the most haunted of holidays while also allowing for social distancing. How their Scavenger Hunt, Virtual Costume Contest, and Halloween Day event could provide the giddy ghouls in your household something to celebrate.
As temperatures drop, more people are seeking shelter, leading to what Anchorage’s homeless coordinator Nancy Burke called a “challenging position” for the city. On some nights, there wasn’t enough space at the emergency shelter inside the Sullivan Arena, which is the only shelter currently open for referrals. People had to be added to a waitlist or turned away.