Transgender and homosexual rights activists descended on the Mat-Su’s Alaska State Fairground July 9th to promote in drag queens, peddle pro-abortion shwag and hawk bizarre trinkets centered around the culture of death. Hosted by the activist
While the traditional Alaska State Fair is closed for the first time since 1942 due to COVID-19 concerns, the new Mat-Su Fall Festival is filling the void just outside of Palmer. The Aug. 28-30 event will include dozens of live music performances, gourmet
The Alaska State Fair may be closed this year, but Golden Wheel Amusements is using the traditional fairgrounds in Palmer to host a three-week event that includes many of the most popular rides, vendors and games. The “Hometown Jamboree” kicked off on
For the first time since 1942 – amid World War II – the Alaska State Fair will not open this year. The fair’s board of directors announced the decision on May 22, citing “continuing uncertainty regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.” On April 28
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