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.
What is one thing you are thankful for? We asked, and you responded. See the results.
October’s episode of Story49 shines the spotlight on Nikaitchuat Ilisagviat, an Inupiaq language immersion preschool in Kotzebue.
In October’s episode of Dearest Alaska, we’re off to Wales to learn what making a qaspeq (kuspuk) is all about.
September’s episode of Story49 features Sue Steinacher’s tale of a mushing trip to Russia that didn’t quite go as planned.
Peoples across the North have told her story many times in many places. Listen to the story of Sedna, the young girl whose tragic betrayal brought Arctic mammals to the world.
Throughout the early-20th century, many in Nome frequented the Dream Theater for entertainment. But it was also the site of a historic event when a 15-year-old Alaska Native girl stood up against the segregated seating policy. Listen here to the full story.
Lew Tobin reads excerpts from the compilation of old mining tales he collected back in the 1970’s — and tells his own tale of becoming an Alaskan.