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Young adults, often unable to find good jobs, even with a college education, are increasingly staying with their parents. (Photo by Associated Press)

Millennials are more likely to live with mom and dad in some states

By | Economy, Education, Family, Housing, Nation & World, Pew Charitable Trusts | No Comments
By now, Karen Wilk thought she would have sold her five-bedroom house in Colts Neck, New Jersey, and downsized to a smaller home. But she has had to put those plans on hold because her 23-year-old daughter, who is finishing her college degree while working part-time, still lives with her. Wilk’s 27-year-old son moved out two years ago.
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Nick and Lita Oppegard (Photo by Graelyn Brashear/Alaska Public Media)

Eagle River couple plans vast African adventure in wooden plane

By | Featured News, Nation & World, Outdoors, Southcentral, Transportation | No Comments
A lot of people wouldn’t be all that excited about hopping in a WOODEN plane and flying thousands of miles, but in November, an Eagle River couple will do just that. They’ll be part of a vintage air rally, flying an antique plane from Crete to Capetown on a journey that will take more than a month. Alaska Public Media’s Graelyn Brashear met them to learn more about the adventure.
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On the scene with the Crystal Serenity

By | Alaska's Energy Desk, Featured News, Oceans, Tourism, Transportation | No Comments
The cruise ship Crystal Serenity cast off from Seward Tuesday for a first-of-it’s kind trip through the Arctic’s Northwest Passage to New York City. It’s the first luxury liner to attempt the route — and the largest passenger ship by far. Many people are wondering if it’s a sign of what’s to come, as the Arctic sees increasingly ice-free summers.
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