Despite not actually being from Fairbanks, this California Sherry wine definitely packs a punch. This sherry is light in color, a touch of amber in an otherwise clear liquid, and it’s got a powerful scent. At first, the scent is consumed with the odor of alcohol, but a second try reveals a deeper, nutty and earthy undertone.
When big budget movies at mega-cinemas begin to stagnate, many film fans flock to screenings of more independent films, like those found at Bear...
Enjoy writing? It doesn't matter if it's non-fiction, fiction, poetry, screenplays or song lyrics, the Kachemak Bay Writers' Conference hopes to have it covered. The conference is a nationally recognized event that features workshops, readings and panels all about the art of creative writing. There are even activities such as boat cruises, camp-outs and bonfires to get those creative juices running.
'Future Islands' set to come to Alaska Psychedelia, prepare for a revival because the post-wave band known as Future Islands is coming to Alaska for three performances in the south central area. If someone likes the retro sounds of synthesizers and the most out-there vocals, then Future Islands is the band to listen to.
It's been a long time since an animated film was made that was aimed at an audience of adults only, but "Beowulf" succeeds in this medium better than it has in some of its live-action adaptations.
"A Company Man" can’t figure out what kind of movie it wants to be.
Imagine having to create a piece of artwork from 8 cubic feet of compressed snow while having to deal with the tough Alaskan climate....
When “Grand Theft Auto III” hit the scene over a decade ago, it changed the gaming landscape forever. Its open-world nature has inspired games as varied and diverse as “Saint’s Row” and “Red Dead Redemption.” It’s even worked its influence into franchises such as “Fallout” or “The Elder Scrolls.” Now, Rockstar is bringing the franchise back to end the current gaming generation on a high note with its most ambitious project yet: “Grand Theft Auto V.”
Bjork serves as a rite of passage for young music hounds' professional opinions. It's only when they hear the Icelandic wonder that aural aficionados realize that what someone thinks of a piece doesn't matter. Bjork is so strange and obscure that every opinion somehow manages to be objective fact.
In the world of “The Clone Returns Home” cloning a body is possible, but what about the spirit? “Even if you extract the memories and destroy the original body, the original soul will still remain,” says Professor Teshigawara (Toru Shinagawa, “Dark Water”) in a scene from the film.
Costumes, prizes, a mocktail bar and a movie of affair and Frankenstein-like creation are all in store for those 17 and older in a Halloween showing of the film “Rocky Horror Picture Show.” This event, put on by the Student Union and Commuter Student Services, Student Life and Leadership, the Dean of Students’ Office and Communities Mobilizing for Change on Alcohol, will run from 7-10 p.m. Oct. 31.
Alaskan woman's story comes to life at Cyrano's Playhouse The theatre has a wide variety of genres available to it, but one that seems to be lacking is plays about Alaskan women in the early 19th century. "Make Good The Fires" is not only about a woman in Alaska from 1913-1917, but she's a socialist organizer as well.
If there is one thing that is completely and utterly deplorable, it’s taking a massive tragedy and creating lies about it.
Luke Temple (jack of all trades for Here We Go Magic) made his name by recording albums in his bedroom, playing all the instruments, singing all the parts, and pretty much doing whatever he wanted. So naturally when you hear that the guy has a new project out you think, "oh, he must have formed or joined a band and is trying out new musical adventures.
The Bat Signal fills the night sky and you, the ultimate detective, are racing towards it. But then a gang of misfits is beating...
Very rarely is the debut album of a rapper preceded with such a large amount of anticipation and excitement as “B4.DA.$$.” Joey Bada$$, who...
It’s just sad. It’s sad to see someone with talent, especially very specific talents, take them in a direction that doesn’t coincide with their capabilities. And it happens for a variety of reasons, this kind of reaction formation. In the case of Miley Cyrus, she’s going through a musical reactionary period that harks back to the title of the debut album from the Arctic Monkeys, “Whatever You Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not”: You say I’m a country star? I rap. You say I’m a Disney child? I party. You say I’m a role model for young girls everywhere? I twerk.