Local Anchorage pizzeria ranks #3 in America

Moose’s Tooth Pub and Pizzeria in Anchorage claimed the bronze medal on Trip Advisor’s top 10 pizza restaurants. The business ranks at a 4.5/5...

Artist Ray Troll brings to life long-extinct creatures at the Anchorage...

"Cruisin' the Fossil Coastline" tells a visual story of Alaska's fossils with artist Ray Troll's signature whimsy.

“Angel’s Melancholy” is garbage

“Angel’s Melancholy” is the artsy torture trash your parents warned you about. There’s a right way to make hardcore horror, and this movie is...

Keeping UAA’s a cappella tradition alive

In spirit of homecoming week, UAA's annual A Capella Festivella will return to Wendy Williamson Auditorium, Thursday, Oct. 12, at 7:30 p.m.

Carlo Rossi’s Sweet Red a diabetic’s worse nightmare

Not all wines are created equal, and while Carlo Rossi’s Sweet Red has its ups and downs, it’s a great deal for your dollar...

Christopher Sweeney: A legacy to be celebrated

The celebration of life for Christopher Sweeney, former associate professor of music and chair of the department, begins at 4 p.m. Jan. 28 in the UAA Recital Hall, Fine Arts Building Room 150.

@unlikelyhikers hopes to redefine what it means to be an...

By sharing stories about "unlikely hikers," Jenny Bruso hopes to break stereotypes about who play outdoors.

UAA’s rising star: Meet Devan Hawkins

“I’m addicted ,” said Devan Hawkins. “Nothing makes me more frustrated but nothing makes me happier." Hawkins, a senior studying social work at UAA just...

‘Alaska’ singer Maggie Rogers to perform first Anchorage show

A mix of Glass Animals and Ellie Goulding and Sylvan Esso, Concert Board Chair says

‘Hunker down’ entertainment: The second dose

Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz extended the emergency “hunker down” order until April 14 in a telephone press briefing, according to ADN. Clearly, only one list...

UAA | University Art Analysis — The man who brought the...

While walking the halls of UAA’s Professional Studies Building, or PSB, students and faculty can observe the array of pictures and artwork hanging on...

Lara Croft redesign needs to go back to the tombs

My fiance and I were browsing at Bosco’s in the Dimond Mall, and we overheard two male employees discussing Lara Croft’s redesigned look, which will debut in “Tomb Raider” March 5, 2013. I sensed they were both unhappy with the redesign, but I shrugged it off. A few minutes later, I glanced up at the TV and saw a game trailer.

‘Bloomsday’ exemplifies the dangers of sampling

Like fashion, musical trends fade in and out of the industry. Some enjoy longer stays than others — and even the short-lived trends can...

Alaska Water Wars

A recent five-part radio series on Pebble Mine brings Alaska Native voices to the forefront.

New Alaska Airlines Center artwork depicts a myth and the sun

New York City-based artist Osman Akan was inspired by Alaskan themes

Saturday Cinders: Despair has an expiration date

Leaving the past behind, local band Saturday Cinders looks to the future with new identities and optimism.

UAA | University Art Analysis – Unidentified: Mysterious art at UAA

There is an unidentifiable statue outside of the university bookstore that often goes unnoticed. The statue depicts a little girl sitting on a rock...

Celebrate graduation at home during COVID-19 pandemic

Graduation is a rite of passage that graduates and their families often look forward to for years. Even though UAA’s spring commencement will look...

Haunted Wendy Williamson

The theater is full of rapt gazes, all focused on observing the final moments of stage magic. Before the curtain falls, a figure appears, and her position both surprises and delights the audience. During a question and answer session immediately after the show, a young student raises his hand and asks about the unique effect. “How did you get the girl to float?” he asks. The cast and stage workers look at one another and the boy oddly. “What girl?”

Hitbox First Impressions: Waste Not, Want Not — Sekiro: Shadows Die...

This is the first entry in a new Hitbox series called Waste Not, Want Not. I’ll be playing critically-acclaimed games that I’ve bought, but...

Occupy your quarantine days with learning new skills and hobbies

Have you ever wanted to learn something new or pick up a fun hobby but just couldn’t find the time? Quarantine has cleared our...

Celebrate the end of winter with the Fur Rondy festival

Fur Rendezvous, better known as Fur Rondy, is an annual winter tradition in Alaska since 1935. What began as a three-day sporting event has...

New, fictional Alaska TV show in the making

A small town in Southeast Alaska is home to approximately 8,700  people. That town is Sitka. It’s the same place that the rom-com “The...

Hitbox Impressions — Kingdom Come: Deliverance

I’ve played about 22 hours of Kingdom Come: Deliverance, which was only enough to scratch the surface of the immense narrative of this game....

The Esports Lounge isn’t just for professional gamers

“Esports” refers to playing video games professionally. The finals for tournaments that attract talent from all over the world are played on the stages...

‘We Are Not Alone’ feels like nothing at all

If I taught a horror history course, I’d open it with the Peruvian bore, “We Are Not Alone.” Not because it’s anything special, mind...

Coming to peace with injury: UAA artist creates her urn

Ember Jackinsky has an upcoming First Friday show at Bootleggers 8 Star Saloon, 612 F St., on May 4 at 5 p.m.

Incompetency reigns in the Spanish hodgepodge ‘The Invisible Guardian’

“The Invisible Guardian” is another banal crime thriller slapped together with all the good pieces of better crime thrillers.

Sharing Alaska’s musical heritage

With The Alaska Radio Show and The Alaska Music Archives, Kurt Riemann is working to give regional music its fair share.

Art history whitewashed

The history taught in schools is propagandistic and white-centric. American kids are raised in a racist and post-colonialist education system. Students come out the...