Thursday September 17th               

One of the most anticipated events each fall in Anchorage is the annual Pirate Pub Crawl. For over a decade thousands of swashbuckling scallywags descended upon downtown Anchorage in order to complete their map, drink, dance, and raise money for the Blood Bank of Alaska. This year it would b…

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Nationwide, readers young and old will gather by their computers, tablets, phones and TVs to watch a historic reading of Ray Bradbury’s classic novel Fahrenheit 451, streamed over YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram at 12:30 p.m. AKDT on Saturday, August 22, 2020.

Last week it looked as though summer was winding down. While school schedules and the weather might agree with that statement, the live music scene is still heating up. Though it looks like it will still be a long time until we are fully back in the swing of things, here’s a bit of what’s on…

Summer is winding down, days are getting shorter, the Anchorage municipality is in the midst of its latest four-week “reset” of restrictions, and students, teachers, and parents are watching the impending school year grow steadily closer. But thankfully, there is still live music coming our …

Be sure to check AKconcerts.com for even more information!

Anchorage Downtown Partnership Announces Partial Closure of E Street as Part of the “Open Streets ANC” Initiative

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In recent weeks we have watched as businesses have opened back up, outdoor concert venues have been packed, and the number of COVID-19 cases in our state have rocketed again. In more recent days we have watched as restrictions on many of the city’s indoor public activities have been put back…

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Sometimes there is an event so important that we here at Northern LIVE Forecast have to break the usual mold of this column and focus in on just one event coming in the next week. This is one of those times and the event is SalmonFest: Streaming for Bristol Bay.

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Despite the abysmal impact that COVID-19 has had on both the local and national economies, there is still, here in Alaska, the occasional glint of normalcy to be seen, bringing comfort like iridescent ribbons of aurora to break up an otherwise endless dark.

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Thursday June 4th

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Spenard Jazz Fest, Anchorage’s beloved, home-grown music festival, kicks off its 13th season this Saturday, May 16, with its Hunker Down Edition opening night extravaganza live-streamed on Facebook. This year’s all-online festival will showcase local, national and international musicians onl…

PALMER — In just a matter of hours, the first and possibly only tickets to shows at the Alaska State Fairgrounds were swooped up on Thursday. 

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Our April 23 edition is on the streets now. Many of the usual locations you pick up the Press are either closed or have greatly limited access, making it a real challenge for us to get papers in the hands of our readers. 

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Our April 16 edition is on the streets now. Many of the usual locations you pick up the Press are either closed or have greatly limited access, making it a real challenge for us to get papers in the hands of our readers. 

On any usual weekend, one wouldn’t be surprised to find these two playing at the Carousel. But in these times of social-distancing, Danger & Diva, two members of the local band, Danger Money, took to the virtual stage last week to play and raised ~$2,000 for the laid-off workers at the C…

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, a number of businesses where we normally distribute the printed version of the Anchorage Press have closed or changed the way they allow customers. This is the most current list of drop spots we're doing this week. Please let us know if any of these locations…

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