Jerry Manalo and his wife, Donna, opened a traditional Filipino restaurant in 2008. After three years, they traded their restaurant for a food truck.
Xiahoa Michelle Ching is changing the way educators teach kids how to read, and she’s doing it with an app!
Regardless of where they came from, immigrants and refugees have shaped Anchorage’s culture as we know it today.
In my last term at UAA, I had the opportunity to help create the 2018 edition of True North — a biennial magazine sponsored by the UAA Journalism & Public Communications Department.
In an age when fast fashion is only getting faster, brands like Heritage ReFashioned are taking a step into a more sustainable future.
The University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) is a “commuter school,” but student employment is one way to spend more time on campus.
Meg Zaletel and her husband, Zach, adopted their daughter, Zelda, when she was born five years ago. Unlike some people with adopted children, their adoption is obvious because they are white and Zelda is black.
In 2017, Elissa Brown talked to me about Wild Scoops, a micro-creamery she co-founded. Since then, Wild Scoops expanded to a scoop shop in downtown Anchorage. This is a look back at their test kitchen.
If you want to be considered beautiful in the Philippines, you need to have white skin and European features. Ayn Bernos wants to change that.