It was a packed house and a packed show of fun! Alaskans and Texans- in the same room! Only on the Big Alaska Show can such a combination co-exist in the same room … and there’s even a Tall Alaska Tale!
What a fun show with these young, talented friends from South High School in Anchorage! They share what it’s like in Lee Butterfield’s media class, which is one of the best in the country. Check it out and see why.
Big Dave Grizz and John Schuelke join Mike Ford and Co-host, Erin Kirkland, talk about the biking season, MC Safety Courses, including “For Women Only” courses. Plus they talk about The 2019 Gathering at the Bike Blessing, Saturday, May 4, at the Park Strip.
McMurren in Scottish means “CHEAP!” That’s why Scott McMurren, Alaska’s Travel Guru, is having a one day tourist discount show at the Alaska Native Heritage Museum, Saturday, March 29th. Thousands of dollars in tourist savings, 2 for 1s, 60%-70% off, vendors, music and food.
But McMurren is cheap, so cheap it’s not one day, but 4 hours of one day!
Credit Union 1 CEO, James Wileman, and Chrissy Bell, Chief Culture Officer, prove good news is anything but boring! What a fun Christmas show to honor the non-profits that make for better headlines and the BIG difference they make in our communities!
Steve Levi’s book, Cowboys of the Sky: The Story of Alaska’s Bush Pilots, is a fun read that could easily pass as fiction. But danged if these aren’t true tales! Alaska’s story is the story of aviation. Listen to our entertaining interview with Steve talking about his book. Then go buy it!
It means something extra when Kim Carlson has attendst he annual Polar Bear Jump Off in Seward, AK, as she has done for ten years—raising tens of thousands of dollars. She has dedicated her jumps, first to her mother, who was lost to cancer, and subsequently to other victims and their families.