Anchorage’s Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson wielded her emergency powers on March 4 to issue a new emergency ordinance that eases some of the burdensome restrictions she has imposed on area residents, businesses and other entities since stepping into the
One of Anchorage’s oldest and most beloved eateries is down but not out. “We will not let this pandemic beats us!” Peggy’s Restaurant announced on its Facebook page on Sunday. The 66-year old diner will be “ready to welcome the New Year with renewed
Despite impassioned pleas from some of Anchorage’s most well established and hard-hit restaurant owners, asking the Anchorage Assembly to let them reopen, the Assembly voted 7-3 to keep in place a ban on all indoor eating and drinking services. Several
When it comes to bringing humanity together for worship, celebration, parties, feasting and shopping, nothing compares to Christmas. It is the absolute antithesis to emergency order lockdowns and restrictions which Anchorage’s acting mayor Austin
“The Day of Reckoning” is headed to Anchorage on Saturday, Dec. 19, when Alaskans plan to flood Anchorage businesses that have been severely crippled by the citywide lockdown. The planned event in direct response to Acting Mayor Austin
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