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2015. THIS. Will Be My Year. (I Hope!)

Somewhat into January, I started thinking more positively, that this should FINALLY be my year! I have had such a difficult time in years past, especially since returning to Alaska, that I have gotten progressively more discouraged. 1,146 more words

THIS. Is My Life.

Associated Press Men’s College Basketball Poll – March 2, 2015

The Associated Press Top 25 Men’s College Basketball poll, with number of first-place votes and record, total points and previous ranking:

Records through Sun Mar 1, 2015… 329 more words

Men's College Basketball

Exploring Ketchikan on Foot

“Catch me if you can, Ketchikan!”

This pretty little city in Alaska was the first stop on our seven-day cruise. As the sun rose that morning and we were already getting ready to dock, we could see colorful houses dotting the hillside, boats anchored by the port or out to sea, a wide expanse of evergreens and snow capped mountains in the distance. 519 more words

Travel. Photography.

Thoughts on art and climate change from a Grammy-winning composer

A few months ago, I interviewed the Pulitzer prize-winning composer John Luther Adams about his symphonic opus on sea-level rise. Then he won a Grammy, alongside artists like Sam Smith and Tenacious D. 395 more words

Climate & Energy

Clams and Climate

Christine Bassett is currently a graduate student working with Fred Andrus in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Alabama and holds a B.A. 866 more words


The Beautiful Matanuska Valley

The Beautiful Matanuska Valley is a tribute to a very special part of the Last Frontier, a unique valley surrounded by towering mountains, bordered on its southern edge by the tidewaters of Knik Arm, a branch of Cook Inlet, crossed by sparkling streams and great rivers and dotted with thousands of crystal clear lakes. 192 more words

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