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Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, November 26, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021


Kenai residents protest the federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Also, the Biden administration kicks off the comment period on restoring roadless protections in the Tongass National Forest. And a look at Alaska Native Medical Center's Traditional Native Foods Initiative.

The Shrimp Tank Podcast Seattle - The Best Entrepreneur Podcast In The Country

Joe Morrison / Executive Director of Kitsap Economic Development Alliance Joe Morrison joined the Kitsap Economic Development Alliance as Executive Director (KEDA) in late 2020. Prior, he built and ran the Municipality of Anchorage's $12.7 million 49th State Angel Fund, an economic development initiative investing in Alaska startups through local fund mangers and working to build the state's entrepreneurial infrastructure. (more…)

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021


Kenai residents protest the federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Also, the Biden administration kicks off the comment period on restoring roadless protections in the Tongass National Forest. And a look at Alaska Native Medical Center's Traditional Native Foods Initiative.

NoBraking
Mike Andrada

NoBraking

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 47:25


Mike Andrada is a talented fabricator currently based in the Pacific Northwest after stints in the Bay Area and Anchorage after his family emigrated from the Philippines. His talent for fabricating came from his time learning from his peers and putting that to work on his projects at home and for friends. While Mike does have a passion for Honda with M-Fab Mike is able to take on projects both big and small that help him keep pushing his abilities to improve as a fabricator. 

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021


Kenai residents protest the federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Also, the Biden administration kicks off the comment period on restoring roadless protections in the Tongass National Forest. And a look at Alaska Native Medical Center's Traditional Native Foods Initiative.

GotMead Live Radio Show
11-23-21 Stephen at Experimeads – SCIENCE of Meadmaking

GotMead Live Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 137:50


11-23-21 Tonight we're venturing back into the world of mead sensory analysis. Stephen from experimeads.com will be joining us again to talk about the latest mead experiments he's been conducting. Stephen is a home mead maker, three time Canadian mead maker of the year, and BJCP certified beer and mead judge. In the process of honing his craft, he has been testing the parameters of mead fermentation and conducts formal sensory analysis to compare methods. Given the lack of scientific evaluation of meads relative to wine and beer, he has been sharing his findings with other mead makers via experimeads.com to try and push mead quality to the next level. We will be talking to him on how and why to design experiments on sensory analysis. Whether conducting triangle tests or bench trials, why is formal evaluation needed to take your mead consistently to the next level? He will cover recent findings from experiments on water chemistry, nutrient off-flavor thresholds, acidity, nutrient levels for ale yeasts, and the effect of kieselsol and chitosan. We find out why he has been focused on session meads, and how the experiments on nutrient timing, pitch rates, nutrient types, dried vs wet yeasts, and alternative ale yeasts inform his recently published recipe? Also, we chat with him about evidence that online calculators can lead to off-flavors. Why does he suggest that the next generation of calculators should formalize the risk from Go-ferm and vary the YAN recommendations by pitch rates, oxygenation regimes, acidity, and temperature? Finally, we will also get an exclusive sneak peek of results from other experiments that have not been published on experimeads.com. This player will show the most recent show, and when we're live, will play the live feed. If you are calling in, please turn off the player sound, so we don't get feedback.[break] [break]Click here to see a playable list of all our episodes! Sponsor: Honnibrook Craft Meadery. Rated the very best winery in Colorado! Visit our state-of-the-art meadery and tasting room south of downtown Castle Rock, Colorado, in a converted man cave. Mention the Got Mead Podcast this month for a free draft taster!  Google H-O-N-N-I Brook for hours and directions. They love visitors!  www.honnibrook.com If you want to ask your mead making questions, you can call us at 803-443-MEAD (6323) or send us a question via email, or via Twitter @GotmeadNow and we'll tackle it online! 9PM EDT/6PM PDT Join us on live chat during the show Bring your questions and your mead, and let's talk mead! You can call us at 803-443-MEAD (6323), or Skype us at meadwench (please friend me first and say you're a listener, I get tons of Skype spam), or tweet to @gotmeadnow. Upcoming Shows We are off for December! Happy Holidays, Happy New Year, and we'll see you January 11, 2022! Show links and notes Let There Be Melomels by Rob Ratliff The Big Book of Mead Recipes by Rob Ratliff Upcoming Events Nov 26 - Antelope Ridge Mead, Colorado Springs, CO - Mead Black Friday Nov 27 - Starrlight Mead, Pittsboro, NC - CLAWS - Wild bird rescue Nov 27 - Chubby Cheeks Mead, Temecula, CA - Live music and mexican food from their kitchen Nov 28 - Viking Alchemist Meadery, Smyrna, GA - Mead and Metal Artists Market Dec 4 - Wandering Bard Meadery, Greenville, SC - Advanced Mead Making Class Dec 4 - Wines & Wares, Jacksonville, NC - Dansk Meads tasting Dec 4 - Batch Mead, Temecula, CA - Viking Night - mead, hard cider and a souvenir horn Dec 7 - Two Seasons Meadery and the Anchorage Museum, Anchorage, AK - Urban Harvest: Turning Honey into Mead Dec 9 - Wildflyer Mead Co, Navasota, TX - Book Club Dec 16 - Wandering Bard Meadery, Greenville, SC - Mead & Read Book Club Dec 17 - Haley's Honey Meadery, Fredricksburg, VA - Paint and Mead Dec 17 - Meadicocrity Mead, San Diego, CA - Movies and Mead - showing "It's a Wonderful Life"

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, November 22, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021


A small plane catches fire after an emergency landing in Bethel. Also, commercial property owners in Juneau are livid about a 50 percent increase in their land values. And a cold snap across much of the state isn't going away any time soon.

Bankless
93 - Crypto Payments and the DeFi Mullet | Visa's Cuy Sheffield and Anchorage's Diogo Mónica

Bankless

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 91:30


The DeFi Mullet is a classic Bankless thesis that we've begun to watch play out right in front of us. This week, we bring on Cuy Sheffield from Visa and Diogo Mónica from Anchorage to explain the DeFi mullet from the Fintech side of things. This episode explores how crypto payments are extending beyond retail and into institutions, and how Fintech platforms like Visa are leveling up with the utilities provided by Anchorage to support crypto. Blurring the lines between the two worlds is shaping up to be a fascinating corner of our industry, and there's a ton of new concepts to dive into throughout this conversation. ------

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, November 19, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021


The Biden Aministration moves forward with restoring the roadless rule for the Tongass. Also, Dillingham students cheer a decision on place names from the Interior Secretary. And rough water and frozen spray turns around a ferry bound for Skagway.

Booch Ball
2021.12 - When Miami Freezes Over (ft. Jessie Janes of Zip Kombucha)

Booch Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 45:31


This Episode of Booch Ball is brought to you by Zip Kombucha. Go to Alaska and visit Jessie in the Zip Kombucha taproom, located at 3404 Arctic Blvd, Anchorage, AK 99503. (bring a jacket, its cold up there)Jessie hooked the boys up with a six-pack of Zip Kombucha, made with real Alaskan glacier-melt water. The boys sample Jessie's favorites, Ginger Rodgers and Blueberry Mary.Turns out there's not much football in Alaska, but Jessie gave it his best shot in Pickin' anyway, with the help of his trusty nickel #CoinFlipSlate:Michigan State @ Ohio StateSMU @ CincinnatiOregon @ UtahColorado St @ HawaiiVirginia Tech @ MiamiZip Kombucha Alaskan for Booch

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, November 18, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021


Anger over the PFD fuels talk of a new constitutional convention. Also, Anchorage International Airport tries to position itself as a solution to West Coast supply chain woes. And the global supply crunch has bike shops in Anchorage drawing on a whole new set of skill.

This Travel Tribe
What to See and Do in 5 Popular Alaskan Cities

This Travel Tribe

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 39:29


Have you dreamed of taking an Alaskan vacation with your family? A cruise is an easy option but have you ever considered flying to Anchorage and exploring from there? We have Brooke Milne from Look It's Brooke joining us to share all the details on planning a family vacation to Alaska. She share the 5 cities she visited with her family, what they did, what they booked ahead of time, where they ate, hikes they took, glaciers they saw, and so much more.

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021


The tight rental market in Anchorage is forcing some families into homelessness. Also, the medical director of a local child abuse clinic draws scrutiny. And an Alaskan is turning his bear attack experience into a movie.

KTOO News Update
Newscast – Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021

KTOO News Update

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021


In this newscast: Federal investigators have released more information about a plane that crashed at Juneau's airport last month; Through this past weekend, sea ice extent in the Chuckchi Sea was well above average from the last 30 years; An Anchorage man who was blinded by a bear is taking his story to the silver screen; Skagway will offer unemployment benefits to those who stay in town this winter

COVID NoiseFilter - Doctors Explain the Latest on COVID-19
Ep. 412 - Rationing Care, and Unvaccinated Spouses at Ochsner

COVID NoiseFilter - Doctors Explain the Latest on COVID-19

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 9:59


Today, in episode 412, our expert Infectious Disease and Community Medicine doctors discuss the latest on COVID-19. We talk about how Anchorage, Alaska has been forced to ration care to its patients, as well as how Ochsner in New Orleans is charging its employees who have unvaccinated spouses. As always, join us for all the COVID-19 information you need, explained in clear terms by health experts. Website: NoiseFilter - Complex health topics explained simply (noisefiltershow.com) Animations: NoiseFilter - YouTube Instagram: NoiseFilter (@noisefiltershow) • Instagram photos and videos Facebook: NoiseFilter Show | Facebook TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@noisefiltershow --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/noisefilter/message

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021


Military leaders in Alaska say the Arctic is a strategic priority. Also, Anchorage's mayor throws his support behind a conservative parents rights group. And a Fairbanks restaurant is requiring customers prove they're vaccinated.

KTOO News Update
Newscast – Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021

KTOO News Update

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021


In this newscast: Juneau's Board of Education has approved new oral narrative standards for Lingít language to be taught to children; A new airline with Juneau ties that will be making flights between Unalaska and Anchorage as delayed that route launch until 2022; Legal challenges are expected after a divided Alaska's Redistricting Board approved new maps; Alaska Congressman Don Young named two veteran political consultants to his campaign team on Monday; Yakutat's village corporation has postponed its annual board election while it confers with its attorneys over its logging operations; Petersburg's latest COVID-19 outbreak has caused widespread disruption in the community; A federal judge has blocked the enforcement of part of the American Rescue Plan that prohibits state from using pandemic relief to offset tax cuts

The Drunk Guys Book Club Podcast
The Eye of the World (The Wheel of Time Book 1) by Robert Jordan

The Drunk Guys Book Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 122:08


The Drunk Guys have the one power of drinking beer this week when they discuss The Eye of the World by Robert Jordan, the first book in the Wheel of Time. Their beer drinking will drive them to insanity, including: Wolf Child by Anchorage, Double Walkabout by Fan Orange Cat,

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, November 15, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021


Congressman Don Young ramps up his campaign for reelection. Also, a company is preparing to leave two barges to freeze in the Kuskokwim River this winter. And ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, food banks are short on important staples.

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, November 12, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021


Natural gas has been a target of climate activists in Scotland, so where does that leave Alaska's vast reserves? Also, Sen. Lisa Murkowski dismisses attacks from Trump as she files for reelection. And a first-time Indigenous musical festival felt like a family reunion.

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, November 11, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021


A crowd-sourced list of Alaskans accused of abuse may offer some accountability but in the form of vigilante justice. Also, Glacier Bay National Park studies the risk for landslides and tsunamis. And how Anchorage ended up with more than a foot of light snow, and why it matters.

Hello Alaska
050 – Pizza and Positivity

Hello Alaska

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 93:33


It’s Episode 50! This was recorded around the time the Anchorage assembly was mid swing on their big mask mandate battle. A big thanks to all the folks who called in and lent their voices to this episode! NOTE: Uploaded the wrong audio initially, should all be fixed now. If you’re not hearing Pat’s voice … Continue reading 050 – Pizza and Positivity

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021


Not without controversy, the Alaska Redistricting Board finalizes it's legislative districts map. Also, a wolf hunt on Prince of Wales Island fuels controversy. And a classic Juneau hole-in-the-wall restaurant opens a replica in Anchorage.

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier
The Kidnapping and Murder of Amy Sue Patrick

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 27:54


We can never know another person's thoughts and motivations. Most killers have a reason to commit murder; whether for revenge, jealously, or money, they understand why they killed their victim. Kyung Yoon, though, said he did not know why he killed Amy Sue Patrick. He claimed he murdered her on the spur of the moment, but some evidence suggests Yoon premeditated the crime. Events in this case took a bizarre twist when the troopers arrested Yoon and hauled him to prison. Sources Mathiesen, Peter B. 2015. The Story of Amy Sue Patrick. Tales of the Alaska State Troopers. Skyhorse Publishing. New York, NY. Doto, Pamela. 9-27-1991. House sitter, 18, disappears. Anchorage Daily News. Wohlforth, Charles. 10-7-1991. Wasilla woman apparent murder victim. Anchorage Daily News. 10-8-1991. Suspect apparently took his life after confessing. Anchorage Daily News. 10-8-1991. Man held in murder falls sick in jail, dies. Sitka Sentinel. Enge, Marilee. 10-9-1991. Troopers say Yoon took arsenic. Anchorage Daily News. 10-9-1991. Arsenic Found after murder suspect dies. Sitka Sentinel. 10-12 -1991. Toxicologist tells how arsenic works. Anchorage Daily News. 10-14-1991. FBI probes death of suspect in Anchorage. Sitka Sentinel. Enge, Marilee. 10-16-1991. Yoon's letters ask forgiveness. Anchorage Daily News. 10-16-1991. Troopers defend way murder case handled. Sitka Sentinel. Randall, Gail. 10-19-1991. Troopers call in dogs to search for body. Anchorage Daily News. 10-20-1991. German Dogs to search Alaskan landfill for body. The Seattle Times. Available at: https://archive.seattletimes.com/archive?date=19911020&slug=1311977 Doto, Pamela. 10-26-1991. Search for body on again. Anchorage Daily News. Doto, Pamela. 10-27-1991. Teen's Body Found. Anchorage Daily News. 11-15-1991. Murder suspect's rights not violated, FBI says. Sitka Sentinel. Randall, Gail. 11-20-1991. Crime lab can't tell if teen was molested. Anchorage Daily News. Randall, Gail. 12-4-1991. Yoon killed himself, inquest finds. Anchorage Daily News. Randall, Gail. 3-22-1992. Why did Kyung Yoon confess? Anchorage Daily News. ___________________________________________________________________________ If you would like to support Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier? Become a patron and join The Last Frontier Club. Each month I will provide one or more of the following to club members. · An extra episode of Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier available only for club members. · Behind the scenes glimpses of life and wildlife in the Kodiak wilderness. · Breaking news about ongoing murder cases and new crimes in Alaska · Merchandise or discounts on MMLF merchandise or handmade glass jewelry. Become a Patron! _______________________________________________________________________________________ Check out the store: Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier merchandise. _______________________________________________________________________________________ Subscribe to my free, monthly Murder and Mystery Newsletter for more stories about true crime and mystery from Alaska. Join me on: Facebook Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Visit my website at http://robinbarefield.com Check out my books at Author Masterminds ___________________________________________________________________________________ Recent Book Release __________________________________________________________________________________ If you would like to check out one of my novels, visit The Readers and Writers Book Club, where you can read Murder Over Kodiak - Free! While you are there, take a look at some of the other free book serializations by wonderful authors in nearly every genre you can imagine. Robin Barefield is the author of four Alaska wilderness mystery novels, Big Game, Murder Over Kodiak, The Fisherman's Daughter, and Karluk Bones. Sign up to subscribe to her free, monthly newsletter on true murder and mystery in Ala...

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, November 9, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021


In a close vote, Alaska's redistricting board approves a final map. Also, the seaweed industry in Alaska could get a boost from a high-tech food preservation method. And a new study looks at how climate change has impacted subsistence harvesters in Northwest Alaska.

KTOO News Update
Newscast – Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2021

KTOO News Update

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021


In this news update: The name of a man fatally shot at a Fairbanks Safeway store has been released; Haines residents welcomed the first Canadian visitor since March 2020 when the U.S. border re-opened on Monday; Juneau's dumpling restaurant expanded to Anchorage; Investigators have begun collecting evidence at the site of a fatal airplane crash in Kodiak.

The Drunk Guys Book Club Podcast
V for Vendetta by Alan Moore and David Lloyd

The Drunk Guys Book Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 101:43


The Drunk Guys remember, remember the beers of November this week when they discuss V for Vendetta by Alan Moore, including: Attention Please! by Bearded Iris, Revenge by Anchorage, Stoutee-Mate Toasted Marchmellow Mocha by Evil Twin NYC, Stoutee-Mate Cinnamon Vanilla Hazelnut by Evil Twin NYC, and Maximum Intrigue by Grimm.

Pixel Therapy Pod
Reclaiming Narratives and Centering Community in Never Alone with Charitie Ropati

Pixel Therapy Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 89:14


Mix up your mulled cider and grab a fuzzy blanket - it's time to get cozy and grab your bi-weekly dose of Pixel Therapy! This week, Spencer takes their maiden voyage with their new gaming computer and joins Jamie in playing Witch Beam's brain massaging masterpiece Unpacking - a little game about the familiar experience of pulling possessions out of boxes and fitting them into a new home. Then Jamie explores the unexpectedly heartwarming and wholly entertaining new Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy from Square Enix -- the mashup you never knew you needed. This week we're also excited to be joined by Yup'ik and Sāmoan Columbia University student and Native rights advocate Charitie Ropati (she/they)! A film buff and iconic tweeter, Charitie is also known for their work in public education honoring the resilience and diversity of Alaska Native culture with decolonized history curricula that's since been adopted in her home of Anchorage. We had an awesome time with Charitie diving deep on Upper One Games' and E-Line Media's Never Alone (Kisima Inŋitchuŋa), a puzzle-platformer adventure game about a young Iñupiat girl and an arctic fox that was developed in collaboration with 30+ Iñupiat elders, storytellers and community members. Follow Charitie on Twitter: https://twitter.com/charitieropati Daniel Starkey's Never Alone review: https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2014-11-20-never-alone Side Quest The Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) at the Aspen Institute is a national education and advocacy organization that works alongside Native youth—ages 24 and under—on reservations, in rural villages and urban spaces across the country to improve their health, safety, and overall well- being. All Native youth deserve to lead full and healthy lives, have equal access to opportunity, draw strength from Native culture, and inspire one another. At CNAY, this is achieved through empowerment and culturally-competent methodologies that include leadership, youth-led policy agenda, and youth-led narrative. They're also hiring right now! Learn more about this important organization and donate at cnay.org/ ! About Pixel Therapy New episodes drop every other Tuesday. Learn more at pixeltherapypod.com or follow us on social media @pixeltherapypod. We're proud members of the But Why Tho? Podcast Network: visit ButWhyThoPodcast.com for everything pop culture in an inclusive geek community! If you like what you hear, please take a moment to rate us, leave us a review on Apple Podcasts (or your listening app of choice) & subscribe! Want more? Unlock monthly bonus episodes for $2/mo at patreon.com/pixeltherapypod ! Support this podcast

The Must Read Alaska Podcast
Special Guest: Stephanie Taylor - Election Integrity, Assembly Civility, Reigniting Anchorage

The Must Read Alaska Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 33:34


On today's episode of the MRAK podcast, Suzanne Downing and John Quick talk with District 5 Assembly Candidate Stephanie Taylor about election integrity, the purpose of the Assembly, and her 50+ years in the city of Anchorage. All that more!

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, November 8, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021


Alaska is a big winner in the federal infrastructure bill. Also, hunters from Pilot Station describe being stranded at a fish camp for more than a week. And remembering Chuck Bundrant, who started as a deckhand and went on to lead America's largest seafood company.

Outdoor Explorer
Trip planning and risk analysis in Alaska with Luc Mehl

Outdoor Explorer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021


Trip planning and risk analysis are key to safe and successful outings. Luc Mehl joins host Paul Twardock to share his insights gleaned from his life time of adventures in Alaska.

Fly Away
Episode 365: Anchorage Alaska with Dawn Campbell

Fly Away

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 44:44


George – Sandy – Lindsay – Donna As many of our listeners have already heard, we love Alaska here at Outlander Travel. We keep coming back to this amazing place because of it’s grandeur, wildness and beauty. We invited a special guest here tonight from Visit Anchorage to share with us why Anchorage has so … Continue reading Episode 365: Anchorage Alaska with Dawn Campbell →

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, November 5, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021


Petersburg deals with a significant COVID-19 outbreak. Also, an Anchorage artist is making her mark on the city, quite literally. And a musher from Patagonia finds a temporary home in Alaska.

Outdoor Explorer
Outdoor Explorer: Catching up with Kikkan Randall and the year ahead for NSAA in Alaska

Outdoor Explorer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021


On this Outdoor Explorer, our guest is Olympic gold medalist Kikkan Randall. When Kikkan was young, she participated in Junior Nordic, a popular Nordic Skiing Association of Anchorage program. Now Kikkan has returned to her roots as the new executive director of the organization.

Murder, My Dude
Episode 118 - Bob The Baker, My Dude (Robert Hansen)

Murder, My Dude

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 91:40


Murder, My Dude returns to Fridays (well, every other Friday), with a new story just in time for the upcoming cold months. When you think cold weather in the US, you think Alaska, and no killer terrorized our 49th state more than Robert Hansen, better known as Bob The Baker or The Butcher Baker (it's not known if he ever made candlesticks). After moving from Iowa to Anchorage, Alaska in the 1960s, Hansen engaged in a decade-plus long reign of terror that could've gone longer if it hadn't been for one victim that refused to be victimized. This week, we explore his story. BUT FIRST! On This Week In Murder, we take a deep look at the horrific accident on the set of the film Rust and a Minnesota Man who may have successfully employed a legal defense based around energy drinks. And then, as always, we play Who Died The Worst! Like what we're doing? Subscribe and tell a friend! Think we could do better or have some other feedback? Reach out to us! Our contact info is: Merch/Website: projecthumanoid.com Instagram/Twitter: @murdermydude Facebook: @podcastmydude --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/murdermydude/support

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, November 4, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021


Seven hunters have been stranded at a fish camp for a week after the Yukon iced over. Also, Alaska parents rush to get their younger kids vaccinated against COVID-19. And as the pandemic drags on, childcare centers are struggling to find workers.

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, November 3, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021


Sen. Lisa Murkowski votes with Democrats to restore parts of the Voting Rights Act. Also, a study shows Alaska State Troopers are understaffed in Western Alaska. And a 30-year-old message in a bottle washes up on a beach near Skagway.

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021


Lawmakers contemplate future sessions where the price of oil brings some budget relief. Also, the NTSB concludes its investigation on the fatal plane crash in Unalaska in 2019. And a training in Anchorage can help friends and family learn how to intervene before a suicide attempt.

Run Eat Drink Podcast
RED Episode 188: Goblin Gallup 5K and Bites & Brews from Glacier Brewhouse in Anchorage

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 68:30


SHOUT OUTS  Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for all your support and encouragement.  Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last 18 months, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! Jessica Lynn O'Keefe (@harleyrunninggal on Instagram) finished 2nd in her age group at the Goblin Gallup 5K here in town.  JoJo and Susie from the Runcation Nation finished the Flying Pig Half Marathon in style this weekend, too! For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us. We do our best to collect them throughout the week, but please send them our way!  Send them to info@runeatdrink.net or call 941-677-2733! Special thank you to all our patrons!  We have been able to expand our studio and keep the show going over the last year and a half.    We can't express how much it means to us.  Your support is appreciated from the bottom of our hearts.  If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content, early access to episodes, become a patron of the show!  Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more. RUN 2021 LCEC Goblin Gallop 5k was a local race at Jaycee Park in Cape Coral to benefit the United Way.  It was early morning by the water and we got to see the sunrise.  There was a breeze, too!   It was a flat course with one water stop!    We saw lots of people dressed up in costume.  It was so much fun.  It was the perfect race to practice some intervals ahead of our first big RunDisney race next week.  So happy that we got to run this one locally to support a great cause!  We were out there to enjoy it and enjoy it we did! We did this one last year and it was well-attended with more registered runners this year, which was great to see.   EAT After the 5K at the Anchorage RunFest back in August,  we really indulged by returning to and celebrating at Glacier Brewhouse.  Last time we were there, we had a special occasion kind of meal.  Good news:  reservations are taken on Open Table and we highly recommend them.  This time we had appetizers to share and they did not disappoint.  We recorded our reactions as we ate the meal.  It was great to see Glacier Brewhouse is still going strong.   DRINK Glacier Brewhouse has their own original brews and we couldn't help ourselves.  You know what that means!  We both had flights and recorded our reviews as we tasted them!  We are so glad that this place stood the test of the last two years.  They have a variety of styles and do each of them well. THAT'S A WRAP! Thank you for listening! We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of all your support! Don't forget to follow us and let us know where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel. Thanks to PodcastMusic.com for providing the music for this episode, too!  

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, November 1, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021


Anchorage's mayor speaks alongside prominent vaccine skeptics and proponents of unproven COVID-19 treatments. Also, Girdwood officials work to restore access to infrastructure and neighborhoods. And a debate in Wrangell over whether ancient petroglyphs were recently vandalized.

Dark Winter Nights: True Stories from Alaska

Our first Halloween Special! Host Rob Prince investigates creepy screams coming from a classroom nearby, an anonymous storyteller talks about the time she heard mysterious voices talking upstairs in the middle of the night, and the legend of the Delta Hand.

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, October 29, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021


Alaska's chief medical officer calls out misinformation and distrust around COVID-19. Also, teachers are concerned about what they say is book censorship in the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District. And a spooky competition ramps up between neighbors in Skagway.

The San Francisco Experience
My Hometown: Anchorage, Alaska. Talking with Tim McGargill

The San Francisco Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 32:02


Anchorage is the largest city of the 49th state, with a population of 291,000. Close to 5 national parks, 60 glaciers and enjoying the Northern Lights, the great outdoors plays a major role in this diverse city. Tim McGargill is a recent transplant to Alaska, following 19th Century advice to Go West Young Man, he is living life on the Last Frontier. An ultra marathon runner, he is learning to share his running trails with Moose and bears ! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/james-herlihy/message

The Must Read Alaska Podcast
ANCHORAGE Turning BLUE, ASSEMBLY Meeting = BANANA LAND, It‘s OFFICIAL for NICK

The Must Read Alaska Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 35:24


On today's episode of the MRAK podcast, Scott Levesque and Suzanne Downing celebrated MRAK's 100th episode! They discuss the official candidacy of Nick Begich, yesterday's Assembly meeting, which turned into a second-grade playground standoff, and the continued fallout over the failed Meg Zaletel's recall. All that and more!

Alaska News Nightly
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, October 28, 2021

Alaska News Nightly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021


The Alaska Legislature sets a record for the number of days in session in a year. Also, parents of kids with eating disorders in Alaska struggle to find treatment options. And a remembrance of Bristol Bay Native Association CEO Ralph Anderson.

Bikes or Death Podcast
Ep. 93 - ETS Winner & Winner, Alicia & Hannah

Bikes or Death Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 88:11


This is the third episode to come out of a podcasting trip I made two Austin right after the East Texas Showdown. I interviewed five participants of the ETS in less than 20 hours just days after the their ride ended. It was really cool as a first time event director to get all of their feedback shortly after finishing the event. Alicia Danze and Hannah Simmons shared first place this year on the East Texas Showdown route with a time of 2d, 1h, 21m. It was both of their first times to do a bikepacking race, but they each came in with experiences that gave them confidence. Alicia is a well rounded cyclist with bikepacking experience and as a member of Ultra Violet Racing. Hannah is the shop manager at CycleEast in Austin and the first bike tour she did was the Texas 4000 that starts in Austin, TX and ends in Anchorage, AK, she did it almost on a whim because a friend asked. This time she was sucked into the ETS by her Austin friends, Alicia included, but I don't think she needed much convincing. Full writeup along with a nice gallery of images of Alicia and Hannah from the race on www.bikesordeath.com. EPISODE SPONSORS These episodes aren't possible without support! Rockgiest is a cottage gear company specializing in custom framebags and welded, waterproof gear. If you're looking to improve your bikepacking set up, looking for tailored gear, or searching for waterproof solutions definitely reach out to them by visiting rockgeist.com. In addition to their custom work, they have a wide selection of universal gear that prioritizes stability for singletrack use. Most recently they have re-release their super stable Barjam harness, which now uses locally machined brackets made in Asheville, NC. Visit rockgeist.com or email bikepack@rockgeist.com to see all their gear options and to get in touch with their team. East Texas Showdown - April 1-3rd, save the dates! Huge thanks to our newest Patrons:

The Must Read Alaska Podcast
RECALL Gone WRONG, AK Archdiocese PULLS from SCHOOL, We Deserve MORE INFO

The Must Read Alaska Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 37:55


On today's episode of the MRAK podcast, Scott Levesque discusses the Archdiocese of Anchorage-Juneau disassociating itself with an Anchorage school, and the Zaletel recall gone wrong, including the long-term implications for Anchorage. He also talks about the need for a deep dive into the statistical analysis of C19 cases in Alaska.

Run Eat Drink Podcast
RED Episode 187: Inspiration from the Mayor of Running, Bart Yasso and a return to an Alaska Favorite, Midnight Sun Brewing Company

Run Eat Drink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 70:40


SHOUT OUTS  Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for all your support and encouragement.  Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last 18 months, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! Jessica Lynn O'Keefe (@harleyrunninggal on Instagram) completed the Publix Half at Wellen Park.  Her first back since her time off with our favorite Physical Therapist, Kristin.   For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us. We do our best to collect them throughout the week, but please send them our way!  Send them to info@runeatdrink.net or call 941-677-2733! Special thank you to all our patrons!  We have been able to expand our studio and keep the show going over the last year and a half.    We can't express how much it means to us.  Your support is appreciated from the bottom of our hearts.  If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content, early access to episodes, become a patron of the show!  Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more. RUN Bart Yasso is known as the Mayor of Running and Chief Running Officer at Runner's World until his retirement in 2017.  We had the chance to talk with him in person at the Anchorage Runfest back in August.  He talks about his running adventures, inspirations, and career with us.  Thank you, Bart, for your “wit, wisdom, and insights!”  It was so incredible to talk with you in person after the pasta luncheon that weekend. Find out more and connect with Bart Yasso here: Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/Bart-Yasso-118295040323/  Twitter:  https://twitter.com/bartyasso?lang=en  Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/bartyasso/  Website:  http://www.bartyasso.com  EAT It was a short 20-minute Lyft from our hotel in midtown Anchorage to Midnight Sun Brewing Company's loft and brewery. Their brewing space and kitchen are located on the lower level.  The loft is on the second level and has indoor and outdoor space where you can enjoy food and beer.  They have a kitchen in the space where they make some tasty food, and we recorded our “hot takes” on tasty sandwiches and amazing soup.  Yum!  You must come to this place for a great meal if you are in Anchorage! DRINK Midnight Sun Brewing Company's beer is also very tasty.  We had several a few options from their menu and recorded our breakdown of the beverages while we were there.  Midnight Sun Brewing Company has a wide array of styles and the flavors do not disappoint!   We loved the “beer forward” board where, after you buy someone a beer, you can post a note telling everyone why you chose to pay it forward to that person.  We left a podcast sticker and paid it forward while we were there.  It will be great to find out who that beer goes to and which tasty brew that person enjoys! THAT'S A WRAP! Thank you for listening! We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of all your support! Don't forget to follow us and let us know where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel. Thanks to PodcastMusic.com for providing the music for this episode, too!  

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness
What's It Like To Survive An Earthquake? with Ashly Cabas

Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 69:49


Even the best earthquake early warning systems will give you only five to eight seconds of notice before you experience ground shaking. This week, Jonathan and geotechnical engineer Ashly Cabas take more than an hour exploring seismic waves, soils, risk assessment, and other earthquake fundamentals so that you can be prepared in the event of a natural hazard. Ashly Cabas, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering at North Carolina State University (NCSU), where she investigates seismic hazards and earthquake effects on civil infrastructure. Her team at NCSU collaborates with seismologists, geologists, and structural engineers to understand how the response of soils and rocks to earthquake loading can influence the damaging potential of earthquakes. Her research group's work has also been recognized with EERI best paper awards in 2014 and 2018, and she has served in reconnaissance missions after the 2018 M7.1 Anchorage, Alaska earthquake, and more recently the 2021 M7.2 Nippes, Haiti earthquake. You can follow Professor Cabas on Twitter @amcabas, and keep up with her work at NCSU on Twitter @NCStateCCEE and on the Cabas Research Group site. Want to learn more about earthquakes? Here are some recommended resources: Seismological Society of America (SSA) Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) American Society of Civil Engineers - GeoInstitute US Geological Survey (USGS), Earthquake Hazards Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure Cyberinfrastructure component, DesignSafe-CI Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure Natural Hazards Reconnaissance component, RAPID Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) GeoHazards International (GHI) ShakeAlert, Early Warning System RaspberryShake Personal seismograph NCSU Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering Department Find out what today's guest and former guests are up to by following us on Instagram and Twitter @CuriousWithJVN. Transcripts for each episode are available at JonathanVanNess.com.Check out Getting Curious merch at PodSwag.com.Listen to more music from Quiñ by heading over to TheQuinCat.com.Jonathan is on Instagram and Twitter @JVN and @Jonathan.Vanness on Facebook.

Casefile True Crime
Case 190: The Butcher Baker (Part 2)

Casefile True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 74:30


[Part 2 of 2] In June 1983, Cindy Paulson ran out onto a highway in Anchorage, barefoot and handcuffed. She was the prized prey of a prolific serial killer who was plaguing the region and had escaped his plans to hunt her down in the Alaskan wilderness – something he had done with many other women... Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Erin Munro and Milly Raso Creative direction – Milly Raso Production & music – Mike Migas Music – Andrew D.B. Joslyn This episode's sponsors: BetterHelp – Get 10% off your first month of professional counselling with a licensed therapist Article – Get $50 off your first order of $100 or more ZipRecruiter – Post your jobs for FREE ShipStation – Try ShipStation FREE for 60 days with promo code ‘CASEFILE' Noom – The last weight loss program you'll need. Start your trial today Coinbase – Get €5 in Bitcoin when you sign up and verify your account. Limited offer for new users only For all credits and sources please visit https://casefilepodcast.com/case-190-the-butcher-baker-part-2