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Dinner in the Street dazzles

Dinner in the Street returns to Homer this Sunday with an evening of food, family and fun. Old Town will come alive with friends, artists,… Continue reading

 

Dinner in the Street: It’s what collaboration looks like

A perfect culmination of a year brimming with creative placemaking efforts, more than 200 guests and volunteers took part in Old Town’s biggest placemaking experiment yet: Dinner… Continue reading

 

‘Dinner in the Street’ celebrates Bunnell’s placemaking efforts

In celebration of its creative placemaking efforts, Bunnell Street Arts Center holds “Bouillabaisse Dinner in the Street” from 4-8 p.m. June 1 on West Bunnell… Continue reading

 

Council discusses Old Town traffic

Homer City Manager Walt Wrede and the Homer City Council on Tuesday night discussed ways to calm traffic and reduce speeding in the historic Old… Continue reading

Collaboration between residents, nonprofits, businesses and government boosts Old Town

Editor’s note: In the last of this two-part series, the Homer News looks at the changes planned for Old Town and its challenges.   In… Continue reading

Old Town sets goals for near term

Old Town’s got it going on. We are the Gateway to Bishop’s Beach, one of the best and most accessible beaches on the Kenai Peninsula.… Continue reading

  • May 8, 2013
  • By development coordinator
  • NewsLive

Bunnell presents live radio: “It’s a Wonderful Life’

Bunnell Street Arts Center presents a live-radio version of the holiday classic “It’s a Wonderful Life” at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 28 and 29 and 3… Continue reading

Bunnell, HCOA receive NEA grants

Bunnell Street Arts Center and the Homer Council on the Arts both have received National Endowment for the Arts grants. Two of 153 nonprofits nationally… Continue reading

Cheers to a fun fundraiser

Bunnell Street Arts Center had a delicious Beer and Cheese tasting last Saturday that was generously sponsored by two local businesses: Maura’s Cafe & Delicatessen… Continue reading

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