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For all the years the Betster has lived in Homer, we’re still amazed at how much difference a little bit of altitude can make. That’s… Continue reading
The Kachemak Gardener has been graced by a startling degree of gardening tolerance
Signs of hope include more in-person workshops, writers residencies.
Upcoming events include Bunnell Arts by Air, McNeil Canyon Elementary School virtual gallery and Homer Council on the Arts wellness exhibit.
You can find them at most stores. A big pack of breaded chicken patties that come frozen, and can be cooked or reheated in the… Continue reading
The great experiment in representative democracy continued this week when new and returning Alaska Legislators were sworn in on Tuesday. Yesterday, the Trumps moved out… Continue reading
Literary travel book had roots in newspaper series about rural Alaska.
Simple ingredients to make your own breakfast sandwich
For about a week there the year 2021 looked like it might show some promise. We had an awesome fireworks display on the Spit, and… Continue reading
Johnson’s dot paintings start with central dot and expand out onto canvas.
OK, Betster persons, admit it. January at the End of the Road can get a wee bit quiet. Well, not just quiet. Quiet we get… Continue reading
KBBI, Bunnell collaboration helps compensate artists who have lost performance opportunities.
Peninsula Clarion columnist Victoria Petersen and Homer News reporter Megan Pacer team up to make the traditional hand pie.
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