Inupiaq author and illustrator Nasuġraq Rainey Hopson released her first full title “Eagle Drums,” a culturally rich and significant book with a narrative of how Inupiaq people formed music, dance, community, and tradition.
Off the Chain — a bicycle collective and co-op in the heart of Anchorage's Spenard neighborhood — is a place that welcomes cyclists of all skill levels, abilities and backgrounds through its garage door.
June 20 is World Refugee Day, designated by the United Nations as a day to honor refugees around the world who have been forced to flee their home countries but have persevered through unforeseen hardships.
They’re learning how to be prepared for life and that includes being prepared for the weather. In this week’s Weather Lab, we meet Alaska Scout troops 20 and 2026 who are working on earning their weather merit badges.
The first step to the scientific method — after knowing what problem you’re solving — is making observations. In this week’s Weather Lab Chief Meteorologist Melissa Frey visited Bear Valley Elementary School where making observations comes naturally to third graders.