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I will finish telling you about my cruise to Alaska in this article. Cruising days were often spent looking for whales. One day, we were told it was the best day to see whales. I was beginning to think I wasn’t going to see a whale, when all of a...
KTUU.comRising waters on Juneau’s Mendenhall River, stemming from the release of a glacial ice dam on a nearby lake, were threatening homes in the state capital’s most populous residential district Thursday morning, but the waters have begun to...
ReutersHundreds of vampire enthusiasts will sail Alaska's fabled Inside Passage in a summer 2012 cruise tailored to their interests that combines gazing at glaciers with a late-night costume ball, organizers said on Thursday. The "Vamps at Sea" cruise is...
PARIS -- You can't have music without rests, and musicians without rests don't sound so great either, so after six straight nights of concerts, the members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra finally got a day off to set out on various quests. The last...
Only a few thousand people have seen the face of Columbia Glacier. For years no one could navigate through the ice, but this year tour boats can get within a half mile. Channel Two's Ashton Goodell and photographer Shawn Wilson go Day Trippin' from Valdez...
KTLA NewsA 17-year-old British boy is dead and four others are severely injured after a polar bear attacked their tents as they took part in a school trip to the Norwegian Arctic archipelago of Svalbard, officials said Friday. The five were among a group of 13...
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Channel 2 NewsA national park in Southeast Alaska is seeing a big boom in visitors, thanks to the ferry. Gustavus is the gateway to Glacier Bay National Park, and the newest stop on the Alaska Marine Highway System. Reporter Jackie Bartz and Photographer Eric Sowl...
Tags: Alaska, Landforms, Travel, National Parks, Tourism and Leisure
Yakutat Glacier, near the Alaska town of the same name and flowing from the mountains near the Canada border, calves into a lake as deep as an ocean bay. The icefield that feeds Yakutat is large enough to cover the five boroughs of New York City....
Tags: Fairbanks, New York City, Landforms, Education
A few years ago, Ronald Daanen was driving north of Coldfoot on the Dalton Highway, looking for drunken trees. He pulled over when he saw some tipsy spruce on a hillside. The University of Alaska Fairbanks scientist thought the tilted trees would be a...
Why would you reprint most of the "Applauding the 'Irvine 11'" article from the Los Angeles Times on Sept. 27, 2011? The article already appeared, in its entirety, the previous day in the L.A. Times. Did you feel we hadn't gotten enough of the prejudice...
Three-quarters of the world's surface is water, but nearly all of our vacations are based on land. Luckily there are fantastic ways to see the wet face of the planet. 1. Explore the pristine coves of Tierra del Fuego: This journey around the foot of...
LAKE ANN, Mich. — Noah Pippin looks out from a photo on his parents' dining room wall, serious in Marine dress uniform. His old dog tags lie atop a guestbook on a nearby table. Rosalie and Mike Pippin are in mourning of a sort. The Lake Ann...
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