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The tiny Midtown bar has been around in some form for almost 50 years. It began life as the Chef's Inn, a popular eatery and piano bar, and news of its closure gave both local and iconic blues musicians as dose of the blues.Sean Doogan

It is perfect timing that the peak season for bright, warmly-colored citrus fruits comes right as gray winter in the North can really start to drag on.

Kim Sunée
It is perfect timing that the peak season for bright, sweet citrus fruits comes right as gray winter in the North can really start to drag on.Kim Sunée
Losing the battle against your list of New Year's resolutions to live a healthier life? A great way to start is by eating better, and there's not much better way than this simple, light and clean bean-and-kale soup.Kim Sunée

This is a very lean and clean soup, but you can always amp up flavor by sautéing the vegetables first in a little bit of olive oil.

Kim Sunée
Alaska has a rapidly growing beer culture, with 22 breweries and many who consider themselves beer aficionados. AK Beer Week, which kicks off Friday, celebrates the cold ones that quench our thirsts and the breweries that create them.Megan Edge
General Mills, maker of Cheerios, is stripping that one breakfast cereal of genetically modified organisms, seeing a growing market for foods with no GMOs. 'An avalanche' of companies may follow suit, one analyst predicts.Mark Guarino
Just because holiday party season is coming to an end, that doesn't mean an end to entertaining. And this recipe for heavenly textured flan will keep guests smiling long into the new year.Kim Sunée

Just because holiday party season is coming to an end, that doesn't mean an end to entertaining. And this recipe for heavenly textured flan will keep guests smiling long into the new year.

Kim Sunée
Spiders, insects and other creepy crawlies can make healthy, cheap and climate-friendly meals, at least according to international organizations like the United Nations.Radio Sweden

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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