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Alaskan Brewing Co. takes gold at 2023 Craft Beer Marketing Awards
Juneau-based brewery wins “Crushie” for best can design.
Skateland to Glam: A history of the Mendenhall Mall
If you think the Mendenhall Mall is dead, you haven’t been there lately. Three years ago, Mendenhall Mall — the 200,000-square-foot shopping center in the… Continue reading
Southeast salmon business hooks national attention
Shoreline Wild Salmon delivery service feted by Good Housekeeping.
Attacks on delivery drivers add fears among gig workers
Recent attacks sent new ripples of fear among some app-based drivers.
Part party, part call to action: A look at pot holiday 4/20
Examining cannabis culture’s high holiday.
Rooted in Community: The Triangle Club and 76 years of the Thomas family
Historical photos hang in the building that once housed the famous Winter and Pond photo studio.
Planet Alaska: Waterbody — Celebrating place
Wrangell is not a place you might imagine there’d be a skin care company…
Rooted in Community: The historic Valentine Building and the Findley Family
Many shops have occupied the Seward Street storefronts while Juneau Drug anchors the corner space.
Change is in the wings for the airport gift shop
Hummingbird Hollow Gifts’ contract expires in September, request for proposals is open.
Tlingit and Haida purchases downtown Driftwood Lodge
The building is located near Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall and Foodland IGA.
Ownership transition drives change at dealership
Juneau Auto Mall, formerly known as Mendenhall Auto Center, officially opened its doors on March 1.
Unique downtown Juneau antique store to close following owner’s death
Family expressed gratitude for community support of Nana’s Attic
Downtown Juneau goes to the dogs
Local businesses celebrate Pawlentine’s Day with event.
Cruise ships projected to be closer to capacity this season
Last year ships were about 74% full, industry official says 90% projected for 1st quarter 2023.
Ironman Alaska aftermath: Looking back at the impact of the first and — for now — last Ironman race in Alaska
Economic ripple could be felt across the state.
Moving fast: U-Haul plans to open doors at the end of the month for temporary showroom
The company is looking to hire around 15 people, according to U-Haul Company of Alaska president.
Stocking up for the holidays
Annual $25 and under market boasts biggest turnout yet.
Leaders: Record cruise tourism, limits both possible
City may see record number of tourists next year, but residents want cap on ships, businesses told.
Summer quarter brings in $2.3M more than expected in sales tax
City official say “take it with a grain of salt.”
Crimson Bears topple Kardinals on home ice
The team won with a score of 4-2