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UNLEASH

a natural spring of stories

Unleash is a monthly digital magazine created to promote and share entrepreneurial projects, events and activities both at The Boardroom and all across Alaska.

September 28, 2016

What do a Paralympic Gold Medalist, a professor and a former Special Forces soldier have in common? They all came to Alaska this summer to challenge themselves in the longest handcycle race in the world — the Alaska Challenge.

 One of the more beautiful settings in Alaska is the area around Independence Mine and Hatcher Pass. If you’ve taken the drive up to the mine, you know just how steep that dr...

September 28, 2016

As a photographer the state provides an endless array of opportunities to capture its beauty, its grandiosity and its uniqueness. As a sports photographer in Alaska, often times I’m capturing people who have come to Alaska to not only enjoy those three things but to also face the challenge that Alaska presents in those three attributes.  Earlier this summer I caught wind via Facebook of a crazy at...

September 28, 2016

What did you eat for your last meal?

Now for the second, and probably harder question: Where did that food come from?

Perhaps you harvested it by finishing the Kenai or growing veggies in your backyard, but most likely it came from the grocery store. And unfortunately, it probably came from someplace other than Alaska. All too often our food options are almost exclusively sourced from Outside. Findi...

September 28, 2016

"the city should pursue one-way to

two-way street conversions that

enhance urban street life."

The new mayoral administration hit the ground running on downtown development and housing with a trip to Wichita and Oklahoma City. Both cities have aggressively expanded their downtown “live, work, play” initiatives through a coordinated effort between government agencies, developers, and non-profits. Whil...

September 1, 2016

A couple months ago I read What the world’s best cities will look like in 2030, an article about how cities can prepare for and attract aging populations, and shared it on Facebook  with the question, “What can we do to become more age friendly and keep our seniors here?” Most responses sited the cold, dark winters and a few others mentioned the lack of affordable housing and challenging transport...

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