In this episode of Dearest Alaska, we are visiting Peace on Earth, a pizzeria in Unalakleet, AK.
The KNOM Jar Project is going virtual! Submit your responses to the monthly prompt via Facebook, Twitter, or knom.org.
In January’s Story49, travel to Shishmaref to hear from Esau Sinnok, a youth activist raising awareness about climate change.
Do you have a connection to Pilgrim Hot Springs? KNOM’s Story49 invites you to share your memories, stories, and connections to the hot springs for an upcoming oral history program.
In the fourth episode of Dearest Alaska, we’re riding around the Nome area with Richard Beneville.
On this month’s Story49, Nome runner and trainer Crystal Tobuk takes us through her journey with running. Hear it now, online.
Dearest Alaska brings us to Savoonga, where Santa — with his helpers from the National Guard — went in late October to bring ice cream, music, presents, and Christmas cheer.
In Gambell, Alaska, experience a week-long storytelling workshop in which children create and perform their own stories, inspired by Alaska’s wildlife and culture.
Maddie looks back on a quarter of a year spent in Nome, and the ways she has worked to be involved in her community.
In the 2nd episode of Dearest Alaska, we are joining the Nome St. Lawrence Dancers for their weekly practice.