Caitlin wonders if she’ll ever get a good picture of the northern lights.
“It couldn’t have happened overnight, but at some point I realized that I’m working in a place I now consider a home,” says volunteer Jenn.
As the ravens move into town for the winter, Courtney thinks about the many pictures we paint of the infamous black birds.
Kristin reflects on what she has learned about living life openly, especially from the listeners of the Saturday Request Show.
Francesca shares what she’s thankful for this year.
Caitlin remembers why she chose radio as her career path.
With the holidays approaching, volunteer Jenn says, “I’m thinking of all the tables around which will sit all the people I love: here, near, north, south, internationally, in memory.
Courtney writes about how hard it is to write about living in Nome when she’s enmeshed in the day to day adjustments of living somewhere new.
Kristin falls on the ice and sees the Northern Lights, an eventful week that makes her ponder the place she lives.
Francesca explores her obsession with a rare winter commodity: Sunlight.