Dick Dauenhauer was teaching folklore at Alaska Methodist University in the early 1970s when he met student Nora Marks.
Hills Bros. coffee was so popular in Alaska it inspired a local archaeologist to produce a field guide, the “Hills Bros. Coffee Can Chronology.”
The men of Mod Carousel tell a story onstage to explore the lines of gender and sexuality through a newly emerging art.
Mandy Dixon, owner and chef of La Baleine in Homer, and partner Lucas Schneider are preparing to represent Alaska at the Great American Seafood Cook-Off.
Haida carving brothers Joe and T.J. Young began carving the totem poles with axes and chainsaws last year. Friday, they were working with small hand tools.
Contractors on Thursday demolished and removed the covered, front entrance of the 47-year-old Alaska State Museum in Juneau.
"I said to my mom, ‘I want to go play my violin for the people that don’t have their house anymore,'" Sophia says.
It has long been forbidden for men to weave in the Chilkat tradition, but Tlingit artist Ricky Tagaban is an exception.
A museum in Petersburg is reaching out to try and identify hundreds of World War Two era photos of people from central Southeast Alaska.
Three Alaska museums have received more than $142,000 from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.