Alaskans spend over $200 billion dollar per year on food, but less than 5 percent of the food we eat is produced in Alaska....

This week on Addressing Alaskans, Todd O'Hara from UAF's Institute of Arctic Biology presents an Alaska perspective on the fish we eat. The federal...

Photo courtesy of Larry Lewis, Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Most Alaskans agree they like seeing moose and even bears in their neighborhoods,...

This week on Addressing Alaskans, Dr. Greg Kimua, Larry Merculief and Dr. Christine Gerhett interweave Alaska Native culture, Buddhist teachings and modern day technology...

Journalist, author and NPR commentator, T.R. Reid visited the Alaska World Affairs Council last month to discuss his latest book, The Healing of America:...

There will be a total of eleven bond propositions facing voters in the Municipal election in Anchorage on Tuesday, April 5th. At the Anchorage...

The classroom controversy over whether to teach evolution or creationism has continued for decades in America's schools.This week on Addressing Alaskans, Dr. Eugenie Scott,...

This week on Addressing Alaskans, listen to playwright Peter Porco's presentation on "Dashiell Hammett in the Aleutians," recorded at the last lecture...

Children of Makushin, late 19th century. University of Alaska Anchorage Archive and Manuscripts Department. Four villages were left behind forever during World War II. In...

As Canada prepares to be the next Chair of the Arctic Council in 2013, followed by the United States, Jennifer Loten says "it's important...

Hosted by the 49 Alaska Writing Center, the Crosscurrents onstage conversation series unites authors and audiences through lively, moderated discussions.Kicking off the first event...

University of Alaska Anchorage Chancellor, Fran Ulmer was one of seven people appointed by President Obama to serve on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil...

This week on Addressing Alaskans, listen to a talk given by former special agent with FBI Alaska, Kevin Fryslie (pictured right). In "FBI...

Eric Regehr gently nooses polar bear cub. Photo courtesy U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. As a polar bear biologist with U.S. Fish and Wildlife...

Recorded at a familiar spot where many Alaskans go to access the popular Crow Creek Pass trail, this week on Addressing Alaskans...

From quinzhees, icicle frogs, permafrost tunnels, arctic divers and explorers Bill Streever discusses his New York Times best seller Cold on this week's Addressing...

"Wild king, you make my heart sing." "Ain't no nookie like chinookie." "Coho ho. And humpy holidays." Try to explain a Ray Troll t-shirt from someone from...

'Tis the the season for gathering, feasting, relaxing and holiday programming on KSKA. During the month of November, many of KSKA's local programs heard...

For many of us, its the most highly anticipated meal of the year. Surrounded by family and friends, devouring homemade treats and family recipes...

This week on Addressing Alaskans listen to the keynote address given by author and energy expert, Richard Heinberg at the 7th Annual Bioneers...