907 Updates December 01, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Police investigating SUV fire, suspicious deaths in East Anchorage; FAA: Security Aviation plane burned after crashing near Cooper Landing; Earthquake-ready: Learning and preparation never stops for local hospitals and more ->
KTUU: Power goes out for 2,800 in East Anchorage after vehicle crash; Bringing building permit enforcement to Anchorage’s earthquake-ravaged communities; enai Peninsula Borough to offer community emergency training and more ->
KTOO Public Media: A new report sheds more light on how climate change is impacting Alaska Native villages and more ->
Alaska Native News: Alaska Cod Populations Plummeted During The Blob Heatwave— New Study Aims to Find Out Why and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: airbanks Fire Department; The busiest station in Fairbanks; Shopkeepers discuss benefits of shopping local on Small Business Saturday; Free holiday events at Pioneer Park and more ->
The Alaska Landmine: Cale Green’s Short film: Tikigaq – A Point Hope Whaling Story nd more ->
Anchorage Mother Moose Memories
Craig Medred: Home of the rich
Cinthia Ritchie: Book review: Secondhand
Summer by Dan Walker

Alaska Professional Communicators (APC)
Thursday, December 5, 2019 at 11:30 AM – 1 PM
Kinley’s Restaurant and Bar
3230 Seward Hwy, Anchorage, Alaska 99503

Kaylene Johnson-Sullivan will discuss “Hybrid Publishing and Other Trends in Making Books.” Johnson-Sullivan has been published by traditional publishers and a university press. She has also been commissioned to write books for others. In the process, she formed a small, specialty publishing company, Ember Press, which has published eight books through grants from the Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area. Johnson-Sullivan’s presentation will discuss hybrid publishing and how this model of bookmaking can work in the creation of exceptional books.
Please make reservations by noon Tuesday by visiting our Web site at http://akprocom.org/rsvp-for-monthly-luncheons/ or call 274-4723 and leave a message.
Lunch is $18 or members, $22 for guests of members and $25 for all others.
Walk-ins are welcome.
Smithsonian Spotlight: New Media Presentation by Angela Łot’oyda
Hosted by Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center and Athabascan Woman Blog
Friday, December 20, 2019 at 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center
625 C Street, Anchorage, Alaska 99501

Blogging, photography, videography, podcasting, and vlogging create opportunities for Indigenous peoples to tell their stories and share their perspectives. Angela Łot’oydaatlno Gonzalez (Koyukon Athabascan) is a writer and communications professional living in Anchorage. She spent most of her childhood in Huslia, Alaska, and summers in fish camp on the Koyukuk River. She enjoys writing and photography and owns the Athabascan Woman (http://athabascanwoman.com), a blog about Athabascan culture and Alaska Native topics. Find out about how she shares stories from and about Athabascan peoples on her blog and social media and how it connects people across the world. Łot’oydaatlno also creates and shares beading ‘how to’ videos and teaches beading classes. Beading connects Łot’oydaatlno to her culture and family and she appreciates its healing nature.