This Month’s Issue

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FIND THESE GREAT ARTICLES AND MUCH MORE IN THE NEW ISSUE OF ALASKA MAGAZINE.


FEATURES

Photo Essay: Caribou People
The importance of the Porcupine herd to the Gwich’in people
Text by Charlie Swaney and Peter Mather
Photos by Peter Mather

Alaska Native Heritage Center
A walking tour of 10,000 years
By Kaylene Johnson-Sullivan

A Warmer North
Alaska Natives bear brunt of climate change in the Arctic
By Alexander Deedy

THE CACHE

  • Molly of Denali
    Children’s show follows Alaskan girl’s adventures
  • Never Alone
    Gaming brings Alaska Native culture to the world
  • Telling Stories
    Remembering a Yup’ik culture bearer
  • The Unknown Titanic of the West Coast
    Centennial of the Princess Sophia wreck

DISCOVER

Sense of Place
In the Wake of Skin Boats

Rambles
Rough Adventures on the Lost Coast

Sportsman
Casting Call

Try This
Alaska State Museum

Out There
Fashion Comes to Alaska

Gear
Warm Clothing

PLUS

  • My View North
  • Feast
  • Alaska Exposed
  • On the Edge
  • Natural Alaska
  • History
  • Community
  • Interview
  • This Alaskan Life
  • On the Cover:Stephen “Qacung” Blanchett of the band Pamyua wears a ruˆ made of polar bear fur. Pamyua (pronounced bum’ yo-ah) is a Yup’ik Inuit word meaning “encore” or “do it again.” To hear samples of the group’s “tribal funk” style, visit pamyua.com. ~Photo by Loren Holmes/lorenholmes.com

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