Explore a vibrant world of arts and culture in Anchorage | #alaska | #politics

People look at art displayed at the Anchorage Museum in downtown Anchorage during First Friday on Dec. 2, 2022. (Emily Mesner / ADN) Whether you’re culturally curious, into the arts or hung up on history, Anchorage’s arts and culture scene has you covered. Museums and galleries across town showcase perspectives, experiences, treasures and truths that […]

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Ice, Snow Can Keep Fans Away, But What Does It Mean for Arkansas, Texas A&M?

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – With cold freezing rains and low temps icing the roads in Northwest Arkansas on Monday and sleet and snow on tap for Tuesday, the odds of having the game against Texas A&M in Bud Walton isn’t 100 percent.  Generally, the rule of thumb is to have the game if it can be […]

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With Buffalo bearing the brunt of the storm, even the mayor has no electricity

Sixty-five stranded people rescued from their vehicles overnight. Another 200 still waiting for help. At least one confirmed death – a body found at Bailey and Kensington avenues Saturday – and fears there will be more. Just shy of 20,000 households without power in the bitter cold. Buffalo is bearing the brunt of the blizzard. […]

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