Join the many who chose to jump into the Bering Sea for Nome’s annual Polar Bear Swim on this episode of Dearest Alaska.
June’s episode of Story49 chronicles a visit to Thomas Simonsson’s Swedish Delights and Sweet Treats Bakery in Unalakleet.
Dearest Alaska joins the owner and head chef of Pingo Bakery Seafood House, Erica Pryzmont, as she mixes up the dough that will become the bread and pastries she sells.
In the May episode of Story49, learn the history of Nome’s White Alice towers from John Handeland.
What does it take to manage the waste of an entire community in rural Alaska? In Nome, it’s the job of just one man.
In April, Story49 journeys to Bethel to get a glimpse of the community’s Teens Acting Against Violence group.
Dearest Alaska traveled to a basketball tournament in White Mountain, Alaska, to speak with players and spectators about the sport.
Audio now available! KNOM’s Story49 for March is an exploration of the power of the written word with author Ernestine Hayes.
In this episode, Dearest Alaska spends a night shift with a local meteorologist.
February’s Story49 takes us to Nome’s “Tales From Around the Woodstove” storytelling event. Hear a selection of stories and interviews with storytellers and event organizers.