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‘Pandemic Portraits’ is at Land’s End Resort An exhibit by 15 photographers of 16 cancer patients diagnosed during the COVID-19 pandemic is on display through… Continue reading
Homer Documentary Film Festival returns with COVID-19 precautions and a solid line up of films.
Late summer crops are coming in at the Homer Farmers Market.
The Burning Basket has been transformed into heat and light. In fields around town, sandhill cranes gather for their migration. Fireweed has bloomed and its… Continue reading
It’s that magnificent time of year when you really should head north. No need to leave the peninsula — the colors are really lovely within… Continue reading
Foundation helps pioneer teachers give back to schools.
I have to admit that I start getting a little sentimental around this time of year. I can see by the calendar that we only… Continue reading
Alaska World Arts Festival starts Friday The Alaska World Arts Festival returns in a mixed live and virtual format starting Friday, Sept. 10 and running… Continue reading
Basket in a time of pandemic will seek to rebuild community, organizer Muller says.
Another in a series of short historical reminiscences to mark the 30th anniversary of the Homer Foundation, Alaska’s first community foundation. The series has been… Continue reading
I had the joyous opportunity to go berry picking this weekend with some new friends who just moved to town. It is always invigorating to… Continue reading
Two large group shows opening this Friday offer chances to see the breadth and depth of Alaska art. At the Homer Council on the Arts,… Continue reading
Pride and Prejudice opens Pier One Theatre’s production of Pride and Prejudice opens this weekend. Adapted from the Jane Austen novel by Kate Hamill, it… Continue reading
Foundation’s largest donation was to the Homer Public Library.
September got here in a hurry. There is much to do, and I made a stab at some of it this past week. The perennial… Continue reading
I tend to walk around the Homer Farmers Market in a daze like a child surrounded by shiny objects. It just so happens that I… Continue reading