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I’m lazy — I admit it. It is so seldom that I actually make it to the Homer Farmers Market right at 10 a.m. anymore.… Continue reading
Spenard artist chops, shears and welds decommissioned road signs to make art.
HCOA holds one-day special event The Homer Council on the Arts will be presenting a special event exhibit and reception of Tim Troll’s “Waters of… Continue reading
It might be somewhat damp these days, eh? Seasoned Homerites know that the rain always come before school starts so our kiddos won’t despair about… Continue reading
Clarification: This essay has been edited to clarify that Gary Thomas was an early supporter of KBBI, but not a founder. KBBI radio was founded… Continue reading
59 North Creations features work by Tracy Hansen and other local artists.
SNAP doubling program makes fresh, locally grown food accessible to everyone.
Anderson presents theater workshops In collaboration with the Homer Council on the Arts and Pier One Theatre, Homer grown artist Jim Anderson returns to town… Continue reading
The harvest is on. Spinach and chard are in the freezer. Gorgeous heads of broccoli (Arcadia) are meeting the same fate, much to our advantage.… Continue reading
This manic time of the year is so different from the dark times of the winter when I look forward to curling up by the… Continue reading
Three donations helped create Homer Foundation.
10th festival will be more spread out and completely outdoors.
First Friday shows feature new paintings and photographs by Homer and Alaska artists.
A friend calls the end of the tourist season “Augusts,” as in “Oh boy, it’s been a long day. There sure have been a lot… Continue reading
If upheld, $5 billion in civil suit damages from Exxon Valdez would have made many locals wealthy and able to invest in Homer Foundation — but that didn’t happen.
I have a friend visiting right now who is on a quest to make salads beautiful. It’s not hard to do at this time of… Continue reading
Human mosiac art project happens Sunday at Bishop’s Beach.
Services include blade sharpening, canner gauge testing.