Tag: AK Women

1,500 words, two moose, an eagle and a lots of autumn color – Cinthia Ritchie

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EVACUATION! – Lois Paige Simenson

A friend asked if I’d written a screenplay to submit to the Anchorage International Film Festival. And did I know the deadline was a week away? “No,” I said, “It’s […]

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2018 Alaska Teacher of the Year nominee: Karen Martin | Alaska Public Media

Karen Martin teaches 4th grade at Denali borough’s Tri Valley School. Martin has been a teacher for 12 years and was a scientist before she became a teacher. She says educational requirements for younger students have become more strenuous. Listen now

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Lemon Pot tea towels — 14 Mile Farm

These tea towels began as a custom wedding gift order for a bride who dreams of a kitchen with a lemon tree growing in a blue ceramic pot.  They are woven in a variety of advancing twill variations that are intended to evoke the various glaze finishes or fine china patterns found on household

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A Taste of Alaska: Pork roast with Eggplant

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Homemade Raspberry Rhubarb Jam | Recipe & Preservation

Make raspberry rhubarb jam in your own kitchen, without any added pectins or preservatives needed. Then learn how to preserve it by canning in glass jars.

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The Queen of Pentacles in the Dye Garden — 14 Mile Farm

The Queen of Pentacles has always been the card I choose to represent myself, whether for a tarot spread, a spell, or just for fun.  Specifically THIS Queen of Pentacles, from this deck (the Morgan-Greer, if you’re curious).  I’m a little bit blown away by just how perfectly these colors wor

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For The New York Times: In Alaska’s Far-Flung Villages, Happiness is a Cake Mix – Julia O’Malley

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How Michelle DeWitt’s Sabbatical Saved her from Burnout | Rasmuson Foundation

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Tribal executives and nonprofit executives directors/CEOs who are Alaska residents with at least five years in the nonprofit sector and at least three years in his/her current position are encouraged to apply. The deadline for applications for the 2017 Sabbatical Program is October 1. Nominate someone today!

Our Third Thirds: How happy is your uterus?

Barbara Brown blog about life in the Third Third: empty nest, retirement, de-cluttering, adventures, crashes, New Things, all with art and humor.

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