Geppetto's Junkyard is a group of 20 amateur puppeteers living in Haines, Alaska. Their performances cater to locals, and mostly to adults.

You have to be creative to make a living in a small town like Haines, Alaska. With Port Chilkoot Distillery, Sean Copeland and Heather Shade are a young couple who are doing just that.

Alaska has thousands of glaciers, but Matanuska Glacier is probably the most user-friendly. At 27 miles long by 4 miles wide, it is the largest glacier accessible by car in the United States.

After surving cancer, Pudge Kleinkauf decided to spend her life doing what she loves: fly fishing.

Duke Russell captures neighborhood Alaskan life from a unique perspective with his paintings. His artistic journey has taken him from selling sketches to tourists as a teen, to becoming on of the most unique and renowned painters Alaska has ever seen.

Michael Anderson has been serving up sausages on Anchorage's 4th Avenue at M.A.'s Gourmet Dogs for over 20 years. Over that time, M.A. has built a uniquely Alaskan business geared toward to locals and tourists alike.

There isn't a whole lot of surfing going on in Alaska, but Homer based Scott Dickerson aims to change that.

After winning Food Network's "Cupcake Wars," Kastle Sorensen and her "Kastle's Kreations" food truck have turned Alaska's cupcake scene upside down.

Johnny B. travels throughout Alaska by bush plane to play his signature boogie woogie piano music to remote audiences.

Year-round, no matter the conditions, Mako Haggerty takes his boat out across Katchemak Bay as a service to Homer's residents and visitors.

Cliff and Ivy have been performing as a goth band for over 30 years. For them, identifying as goth is empowering to people who are perceived as being different.

Estate Planning for Modern Families Presented by: Maribeth Conway, Esq. When: Wednesday, February 19, 2014 Where: Providence Alaska Medical Center, East Auditorium (basement level, near the cafeteria) Time: 6:00 -7:30 p.m. - light refreshments will be served. The presentation: "Estate...

From dresses made of horse hair, swan feathers, and red roses, Enzina Marrari creates garments that bridge fashion design and sculptural art.

By day, Kima Hamilton is a poet, a mentor, a father, and a community leader. But he pays the bills by DJ-ing in nightclubs.

One night a year, Talkeetna Roadhouse owner Trisha Costello pulls an all-nighter to feed the entire town.

After the untimely death of his brother, Michael Saunders set out to do something different. He founded the Alaska Pro Wrestling league and found closure amongst the barrage of punches and body slams.

In a world where most people make a living sitting behind a computer, Chris Cushman recreates tools straight out of history.

An Alaska metal veteran and an up-and-coming young band assess the Alaska metal scene, and the misconceptions about most metalheads.

When I'm 65 – What to Expect from Medicare Presented by: Judith Bendersky, MPH Gerontologist When: Tuesday, November 12, 2013 Where: Providence Alaska Medical Center, East Auditorium (basement level) Time: 6:00 -7:30 p.m. - light refreshments will...

Erika Thompson teaches grade school in Whittier, Alaska, a town where most people live and work in one building, and is only accessible by a miles-long tunnel with limited hours.