Frontiers 135: Zuill Bailey: A Messenger of Music
This week on Frontiers we take you on a musical adventure to Mekoryuk, a tiny community on an island in the Bering Sea, where the reindeer far outnumber the people. Mekoryuk has seen its share of celebrities, who come mostly to hunt the musk oxen and brin
Frontiers 89: Inside the Oil Patch — BlueCrest’s Breakthrough
Normally when we talk about the oil industry in Alaska, we usually focus on the major producers – BP, ConocoPhillips and ExxonMobil. But in this week’s Frontiers we look at one of the “little guys” — BlueCrest Energy and its drill site near Anchor Point. BlueCrest is an independent oil company based in Fort […]
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Frontiers 73: Zuill Bailey, Serenading Alaska
Zuill Bailey and his cello, which he describes as his soulmate, have serenaded Alaska off and on over the last 10 years. Now, he says, the state has begun to feel more like home — because he spends about four months a year here to promote classical music.