An Afterlife for the Church of Love?

Spenard Road has always attracted an off-kilter attitude to match its meandering path. In the city grid, Spenard stands out. Now, thanks to a $3 million grant from ArtPlace America, the area has grown even more colorful. Just check out the Church of Love marquee for...

Q+A with Alex France

From web designer to coder to exhibition designer, Alex France is a shapeshifter. Texas-born and raised, she moves between digital and physical realities as the graphic and digital media designer for the Anchorage Museum. An average day can consist of hovering 12 feet...

Creating Reality

Ben Ellis has always loved to design clothes. He’s been designing them all his life—he just didn’t know it. His earliest recollections involve fashion. He remembers pulling out a fresh sheet of paper and crayons, drawing his favorite superheroes and adorning their...
24 hours in Homer

24 hours in Homer

Homer’s many names describe it well: The Halibut Fishing Capital of the World. The End of the Road. The Cosmic Hamlet by the Sea. Wrapped up in Kachemak Bay and the Kenai Mountains at the terminus of the Sterling Highway, it’s a place where otters bob between boats in...
24 hours in Ketchikan

24 hours in Ketchikan

Photos and story by Bailey Berg Anchored to the banks of the Revillagigedo Island, Ketchikan has lured visitors in as regularly as the spawning salmon that swim up Ketchikan Creek each summer.    With cultural authenticity, historic charm and unspoiled wilderness just...

What We Love: Keepin’ it Analog

With most music being streamed on subscription services, creative album covers are sadly becoming obsolete. ShareADN decided to highlight local musicians who are unyielding in keeping this dying art form alive. Here are our top four picks: Ghost Hands...