By Patrick Yack, APRN - Anchorage The highlight of the summer in Skagway is the 4th of July celebration when townsfolk and visitors from all over the world alike take part in the fun.
Last month, a piece of Wrangell’s history was welcomed home. Wrangell’s Cooperative Association threw a parade to celebrate the return of a totem pole created by the late Master Carver Tom Ukas.
On Saturday, two of the most popular events of Anchorage's annual, nearly month-long Pridefest take place--the downtown parade along with the Delaney Park Strip celebration. This year's parade participants can expect a friendlier reception than their predecessors did at the city’s first gay pride march.
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