Two members of the A Trip South crew wrap up a surfing session at Playa Gigante, in Nicaragua last month. "Since Aurora Projekt has hooked us up with the surfing fund, this photo goes out to Scotty and the Aurora Projekt crew," Kanaan Bausler wrote in an email. "Please make sure they get some love!" Here's a little love, headed your way, Aurora Projekt.
At 4 a.m. two nights ago, I heard my son creeping down our wooden stairs. He snuck quietly into the laundry room and then, went silent. A few moments later, the "peep, peep, peep" of waking chicks perforated through the floor boards.
John Neary remembers well the time he watched a group of tourists dine on a pizza lunch at the viewing area at Pack Creek, on Admiralty Island. It wasn't long before a big brown bear was interested, as well.
Donate your old and lightly used rain gear and boots to the Rain Gear Round-up, an annual event aimed at providing local children the necessary clothing for outdoor activities and exploration. Organizers are looking for childrens' sized...
The Spring King Salmon Derby kicked off on May 1 and runs until May 31.
As of Thursday, May 9, Browne Willard is holding down first place with a 25.65-pound king salmon he turned in on Monday, May 6 at Jerry's Meats and Seafood.
Hikers, bikers, dog walkers and others stepping outside to enjoy springtime in Alaska are urged to keep a wary eye out for wildlife babies — particularly newborn moose calves and bear cubs — and the protective, sometimes aggressive...
The 4th Annual Juneau Maritime Festival, organized to celebrate Juneau's maritime history, culture and commerce, will be held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Marine Park in downtown Juneau on Sunday, May 19.
Arbor Day is America's national tree planting holiday, the day many set aside to plant ceremonial trees, educate children about the importance of trees and honor the important role that trees play in our daily lives.