I’m probably preaching to the choir, because when I recently asked several people where they would like to live if they could live anywhere in the world, most of them quickly responded: “Alaska.”
This piece has appeared in the Star before, but I think it merits an encore in that it’s relevant to our physical and mental health.
In the movies when the bad-guy torturer gets out the dentist drill to extract information from his captive, I have to look away.
The air was crisp and cold as I biked along the Eklutna Lakeside trail, savoring the very last moments of autumn.
On September 23, I was hiking with a friend from the season of autumn to winter in the mountains above Eklutna Lake
I was listening to a British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) radio...
According to the American Psychiatric Institute for Research and Education (APIRE), phobia is a strong, persistent, and irrational fear...
Although I tout myself as a lifelong Alaskan, I spent five years in Texas from 2002-2007 so that I could take advantage of a career opportunity in the energy industry.
There are some pieces of Alaska’s history that refuse to succumb to the ravages of time.