New restaurant, Froth and Forage, debuts with rave reviews

Froth and Forage, a new farm-to-table restaurant, recently opened in Indian and is run by a husband and wife duo with a passion for fresh ingredients.

‘The Night Circus:’ Welcome, one and all, to the circus of dreams

There is an aura of elegant mystery surrounding “The Night Circus,” and it’s not just because of the black-and-white colored tents. Though the monochrome...

Toe to toe: Embrace your rights, don’t disgrace them

Election time is coming in the United States and with this year's election being frustrating for many Americans, the best way to change things...

Toe to toe: Rights are not requirements

Every four years, the United States of America must make a very important choice. This choice is one that will shape our nation for...

Reindeer sausage food quest

On a quest though downtown Anchorage to find the best reindeer hot dog.

The undiscovered country

Klax Zlubzecon's last hurrah

Feeling Berned out

Seawolf Slug Double Feature: The end of an era, and also Bernie Sanders

A confused brain slug discusses SB174

SB 174 and friggin' laser beams: the Seawolf Slug perspective

Klax’s recap on UAA’s emergency response exercise

Klax's account of the Emergency Response Exercise

Microsoft’s Twitter artificial intelligence serves a cautionary purpose

Klax is philosophically inspired by @TayandYou

The secret to Trump’s success

Could Donald Trump be hiding something sinister?

Between the frozen pines: Redemption in the backcountry

We left off last week, or at the very least I wrote a thing and emailed it off into the ether never to be...

‘XCOM’ is not an accurate alien invasion simulator

'XCOM 2:' the Klax Zlubzecon review

“Zoolander 2” is Easily Forgettable

When movie studios run out of ideas, their first thought is to recreate a film that was successful in the past. Sometimes it works...

Apple is right to make a stand

Brain slugs and backdoors: Klax talks Apple

The curse of the man flu

  I write to you, dear reader, surrounded by a cluster of supplies that have become increasingly vital over the past few days. Namely, a...

What gravitational waves mean for the Slug Empire

Klax discusses gravitational waves

East Anchorage transplant: Life on the other side

  I’m not new to Anchorage. In fact, in the five years I’ve lived here full time, I’d argue that I’ve managed to explore more...

Valentine’s Day: The annual struggle

  “Love, sex, and Valentine’s day,” I read aloud to my girlfriend with mounting dismay. “It’s the same damn topic every year, no matter how...

Caucuses, candidates, and cola

Klax at the Caucuses!

Valentine’s: the vicious cycle of corporate holiday celebration

Corporate America and Valentine's

‘Hail, Caesar!’ longs for the past

"Hail, Caesar!" is a funny epic

Palin and Passivity

On existentialism, apathy and hockey moms

‘The Treasure of the Sierra Madre:’ A look at Western greed and corruption

Iconic film shows the psychological impact of prospecting

‘The Westport Independent’ lacks narrative depth

A review of 2016's premiere copy editing simulator

Moving out: An ode to labor

I’ve never given much thought to moving. In my four years in the dorms, I never stayed long in any one place, preferring instead...

The post college experience

As a freshman, I was often naively irritated by the non-traditional students in my classes. While everyone in my cohort was within a couple...

Movies are changing, the Academy Awards need to

Klax talks about the Oscars

SEAWOLF SLUG: It’s still too early for VR

Klax meditates on Virtual Reality

“The Revenant” is a slow, beautiful grind

The brutality and satisfaction of "The Revenant"