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The Devil Put the Dinosaurs Here

I have been an Alice in Chains fan since they first arrived on the music scene. I was in a band or two, and we did many a AIC cover song with me playing lead guitar and co-vocals namely in my grunge rock band, Rainmaker that attempted to take over the world in the early to mid-1990s. In their latest …

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The Giant Spider

Calling John Goodman, there is a Giant Spider attacking Phantom Lake County and we need an exterminator pronto! In the 8th annual installment from Saint Euprohia Pictures and filmmaker Christopher R. Mihm we bring you The Giant Spider! If you are a fan of 1950s era drive-in movies, cheesy dialoque, and overtly over acting by the characters, you will love …

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Softball, Alaska Style!

It’s that time of year again…It’s 35 degrees tonight, there is still snow on the ground, we are bundled up and cheering away. It’s softball, Alaska style! My daughter, Nicole is playing on the varsity squad as a sophomore for Houston High School here in the Mat-Su Valley. We are playing Colony High (Palmer) starting at 6:00 for the junior …

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Alaska Chicks Vodka

It’s Easter Sunday. What better way to celebrate than whipping up a batch of Alaska Chicks Vodka. Why do we call it Alaska Chicks Vodka? It’s simple really, we use vodka that is distilled right here in Alaska and we use Peep’s marshmallow chicks. How do you make it? 1 large Mason Jar 3/4 bottle of Frostbite Alaska Vodka 8 …

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Foursquare, goodbye

There comes a time in every man’s life when he just has to let go. For some it is the 30 inch waist line they had back in high school when they woo’ed the girls in their acid washed jeans and pegged legs. For others it is that hobby of collecting Beanie Babies that their neighbor announced on Facebook and …

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Nome Sign 40 race recap

This past weekend my son Tyler and I participated in the Nome Sign 40 race. It is a 40 mile race over the orginal Iditarod trail to the Nome sign and back. It starts on Knik Lake in the heart of Redingtonville. There is more mushing history in the first two miles of this race than probably anywhere in the …

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Goose Bay 150

It was Friday night about 6pm and Michele calls me on my iPhone. She is at Underdog Feed and just spoke to Lisbet Norris. She says to me, “Have you heard about the Tug Bar 150?” Yes, I said. “Well it’s tomorrow and I think it would be FUN if you ran it!”, says Michele. You see how I underlined …

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