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“It tastes like shoe leather. It’s good with ketchup, too.”
That’s how John Reeves, a larger-than-life character in Alaska, described the taste of barbecued mammoth. In a land of big mountains and ever bigger dreams, the former champion swimmer still cuts an imposing profile. 1,346 more words
SAN PEDRO (CBSLA.com) — A bottling company in Alaska has proposed a new idea to help battle ongoing drought conditions here in Southern California.
The CEO of Alaska Bulk Water, Terry Trapp, announced plans to try and export water from Blue Lake, located near Sitka, which gets plenty of rain each year, according to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune. 128 more words
Authors Note: The source of many of these microaggressions were documented from a round of interviews of Alaska Natives living in Anchorage from diverse backgrounds across the state, and the phrases they’ve had directed at them that caused lasting damage, internal challenges, personal pain and persistent, ongoing identity conflict, long after the throw-away questions or statements by the inquirer had passed. 1,507 more words