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Sing the approaching end of winter along with the festival of Maslenitsa with this super easy, three-ingredient fish dish that looms large in Russian-born chef Vitaly Paley's most cherished childhood food memories.

Kim Sunée
If you could ask Vladimir Putin one question, what would it be? Submit it to Russian National Central Television's woman in Alaska, and the Russian leader may answer it in his annual, sit-down Q-and-A.Alex DeMarban
Chicken soup with matzo balls, lovingly known by my Jewish friends as "Jewish penicillin," is traditionally served as part of the Jewish holiday Passover meal, which falls this year between April 14 and April 22, but it does a body good no matter what time of year.Kim Sunée

Chicken soup with matzo balls, lovingly known by my Jewish friends as "Jewish penicillin," is traditionally served as part of the Jewish holiday Passover meal, which falls this year between April 14 and April 22.

Kim Sunée

A state economic trends report says that the beer industry is bubbling in Alaska, but brewers say there is a lot for lawmakers to change if they want the momentum to continue.

Megan Edge
Despite the constant possibility of a rogue snowfall temporarily turning Alaska's spring right back to winter, now's the time to start clearing last year's catch out of the freezer before the summer days arrive and replenishing the supply becomes a priority.Kim Sunée
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, here’s a winning recipe for Irish soda bread. The basic traditional version calls for flour, buttermilk, baking soda and salt, but it will sing with small additions of anything from citrus zest and raisins to candied orange peel or bits of dark chocolate.Kim Sunée

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, here’s a winning recipe for Irish soda bread. The basic traditional version calls for flour, buttermilk, baking soda, and salt, but it will sing with small additions of anything from citrus zest and raisins to candied orange peel or bits of dark chocolate.

Kim Sunée

Sing the approaching end of winter along with the festival of Maslenitsa with this super easy, three-ingredient fish dish that looms large in Russian-American chef Vitaly Paley's most cherished childhood food memories.

Kim Sunée
Art and Jo Ann Tilgner captured the grand prize, first place in the smoked products division and the People's Choice award.  Now the couple's tasty cold-smoked salmon is catching on in Brooklyn, N.Y.Margaret Bauman

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Alaska gas line revenues could hit $4 billion, but don't count the money just yet

OPINION: It's possible that a gas pipeline could generate $4 billion a year a decade from now. But if oil and gas prices tank while construction costs shoot up, the state could collect 10 percent of that amount. In thinking about a gas pipeline, Alaskans shouldn't think of the much-quoted $4 billion forecast as a given.Dermot Cole