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Waiting for 2020 to end is like hoping for a kidney stone to pass. If you’ve never experienced the pleasure of that life event, imagine… Continue reading
Homer residents looking for a good, old-fashioned fireworks display to bid farewell to 2020 are in luck. Local resident Aaron Weisser is organizing his third… Continue reading
Fresh Alaska shrimp works best for Charmoula sauce, warm chili shrimp salad recipes.
It’s going to be tough this Christmas. Many of us will be sharing the day with just our intimate family circle. To be COVID-19 safe,… Continue reading
‘Petite Nutcracker’ dance will be filmed instead of performed live
Now that I’m an adult, I’ve realized I hate decorating cookies and I’m not good at it either.
Almost daily some data cruncher from Outside will send us a press release announcing how Alaska ranks according to various metrics. This week we learned… Continue reading
Homer artist wants to spotlight marine animals that aren’t well known or well understood.
Musicians and student artists shared their creations with local seniors recently in the Homer Council on the Arts’ “Art from the Heart” program, the arts… Continue reading
Growing up, the favorite family cake was German chocolate with coconut pecan frosting. Mom was too busy having fun with my little sister and me… Continue reading
Most galleries won’t hold receptions, but new shows are open during regular hours
Ginger molasses cookies make the perfect holiday treat
Well, if you were still denying winter’s arrival, Homer weather over the weekend cleared that up for you right quick. It never ceases to amaze… Continue reading
20 years ago Nope, it wasn’t an early St. Patrick’s Day joke. Frank and Barbara Gibson’s mixed-breed Labrador retriever dog really did give birth to… Continue reading
The Homer Council on the Arts’ annual “Fun with 5x7” show challenges artists to think small and create within the confined space of 5-inches by… Continue reading