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Oscars 2015: 'Birdman,' 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' lead nominees

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Local brewers kick off Alaska Beer Week

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Photography project highlights 2 Alaskan centenarians

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Alaska Railroad seeks artists for 2016 print contest

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Bear Tooth Theatrepub says hundreds of tickets sold for 'The Interview'

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    Oscars 2015: ‘Birdman,’ ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ lead nominees

    by Lauren Moraski/CBSnews.com on Jan 15, 10:44

    “Birdman” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel” lead this year’s crop of Oscars nominees with nine nods each, including best picture. “The Imitation Game” follows closely behind with eight nominations, while Clint Eastwood’s Navy SEAL film “American Sniper,” starring best actor nominee Bradley Cooper, along with Richard Linklater’s coming-of-age movie “Boyhood” have six nominations each. The 2015 best picture nominees […]

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    Local brewers kick off Alaska Beer Week

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Jan 09, 21:12

    Alaska Beer Week is something locals wait for all year long, and brings together brewers and connoisseurs alike from all over the state to celebrate Alaska’s unique and diverse taste. Glacier Brewhouse is going big with 22 brews on tap, like Oatmeal Stout and an Oak Aged Peated Scotch Ale. Head brewer Kevin Burton said with […]

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    Photography project highlights 2 Alaskan centenarians

    by Sierra Starks on Jan 08, 7:05

    Living to see 100 years old is not for the faint of heart. Capturing the essence of what it’s like to be a member of the coveted centenarian club is even harder — unless you’re photographer Danny Goldfield. “To Live 10,000 Years” is Goldfield’s photo project. The 47-year-old, who lives in Massachusetts, aims to photograph […]

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    Alaska Railroad seeks artists for 2016 print contest

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Jan 01, 16:01

    The Alaska Railroad Corporation is looking for local artists to create next year’s official print. Each year, ARRC hosts a commemorative art contest to find the following year’s official railroad print. “The annual Alaska Railroad artwork has become a favorite among rail fans and Alaska art collectors alike. Every year we look forward to seeing […]

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    Bear Tooth Theatrepub says hundreds of tickets sold for ‘The Interview’

    by Sierra Starks on Dec 30, 16:21

    Tickets for Sony Pictures’ “The Interview” went on sale today at Anchorage’s Bear Tooth Theatrepub. The independent theater didn’t start officially selling tickets until 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, but many residents were outside the theater as early as 8 a.m. to reserve seats for the showing of their choice. “We had a solid line out the […]

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    BLM seeks applicants for Alaska artist-in-residence program

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Dec 30, 8:21

    If you’re an artist inspired by the wilderness, the federal Bureau of Land Management has a program that might interest you. The BLM is seeking candidates for its winter artist-in-residence program in the White Mountains National Recreation Area, located about an hour outside Fairbanks. The weeklong program is open to both established and emerging artists […]

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    Who hacked Sony becomes Internet’s new mystery

    by Tami Abdollah/AP on Dec 24, 13:09

    Everyone has a theory about who really hacked Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc. Despite President Barack Obama’s conclusion that North Korea was the culprit, the Internet’s newest game of whodunit continues. Top theories include disgruntled Sony insiders, hired hackers, other foreign governments or Internet hooligans. Even some experts are undecided, with questions about why the communist […]

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    ‘The Interview’ is now available for online viewing

    by Associated Press on Dec 24, 8:55

    People who want to see the Sony Pictures film “The Interview” won’t have to wait until Christmas. It is now available for rental on a variety of digital platforms — including Google Play and YouTube Movies. The movie costs $5.99 to stream and $14.99 to purchase. It was just a few days ago that tomorrow’s […]

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    Sony announces limited release for ‘The Interview’

    by CNN / AP on Dec 23, 10:49

      NEW YORK (AP) - Sony Pictures Entertainment has announced a limited theatrical release of “The Interview” beginning Thursday, putting the comedy back into theaters. Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton said Tuesday that Seth Rogen’s North Korea farce “will be in a number of theaters on Christmas Day.” He said Sony also is continuing its efforts […]

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    FBI: North Korean government behind Sony Pictures hack

    by Jake Miller / CBS News on Dec 19, 9:46

    The FBI formally blamed North Korea for the recent cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment in a statement released Friday, saying the bureau “now has enough information to conclude that the North Korean government is responsible for these actions.” The FBI said it based its conclusion, in part, on similarities between “the infrastructure used in this […]

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    Top theater chains cancel ‘The Interview’ showings

    by CNN / AP on Dec 17, 11:49

      NEW YORK  - The top theater chains in North America have dropped “The Interview” after hackers threatened terrorist attacks at theaters showing the comedy, effectively squashing the Christmas Day release of the film. Regal Cinemas, AMC and Cinemark have each pulled the movie. In a statement, Regal said it was delaying any showings of “The […]

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    Anchorage wins $25,000 concert grant

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Dec 17, 8:35

    The Anchorage Downtown Partnership’s Live After Five summer concert series is getting a big financial boost. The organization won the Levitt AMP Grant Award, which is worth $25,000. Anchorage is one of 10 small to mid-sized cities across the country to receive the money. Anchorage Downtown Partnership staff had to put together a proposal highlighting […]

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    Big-budget Hollywood film to be shot primarily in Whittier

    by Lauren Maxwell on Dec 12, 13:42

    The little town of Whittier, Alaska will soon be home to a big-budget Hollywood film. Producers of the movie “Hunter Killer” won’t say the exact size of their budget, but are promising it will exceed any movies previously shot in Alaska. According to the movie website IMDB, the movie will be directed by Martin Campbell, […]

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    Steampunk shop fuels fight against teen homelessness

    by Sierra Starks, Hope Miller on Dec 12, 7:54

    There is such a thing as too much of a good thing. For staff at My House, a Wasilla-based nonprofit that helps homeless teens in the Mat-Su Valley, it was donations. They had more clothes than they knew what to do with. Thankfully, 18-year-old Kyra Hoenack had a solution. Involved with My House since she […]

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    ‘Made in Alaska’ category debuts at Anchorage Film Fest

    by Bonney Bowman on Dec 08, 21:22

    The Anchorage International Film Festival is back with a whole new lineup. And one new category, Made in Alaska, is shining a light on movies made right here in the 49th state. The woods around Willow provide a perfect backdrop to the story of three brothers working to solve a mystery in the movie “Detective […]

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    Artists in Alaska plan to add a little color to Black Friday

    by Shannon Ballard on Nov 25, 20:10

    Life needs color, says Lori Teich. That explains why nearly everything she owns is splattered with paint. Teich says she started experimenting with acrylic after serving five years in the U.S. Coast Guard. “I’ve kind of always had that urge to do it,” she said. It’s the one thing that helps her relax. Painting even transferred color […]

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    Chevak carver makes a Byron Mallott doll

    by Rhonda McBride on Nov 17, 8:11

    Earl Atchak’s masks and carvings are usually inspired by his life as a hunter and gatherer in Chevak, a village in Southwest Alaska where you can find strips of beluga whale meat hanging on wooden racks or sealskins stretched out to dry. But politics is what prompted Atchak to make an ivory Byron Mallott doll, […]

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    Anchorage celebrates a decade of Day of the Dead

    by Hope Miller on Nov 03, 8:05

    Eleven years ago, Indra Arriaga moved to Anchorage. Originally from Mexico, Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) is an important holiday for her. It’s a time to pay homage to deceased loved ones so they’re not forgotten. “It’s the belief that on this day our ancestors come back and they visit with us,” she […]

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    Baby wins McGraw tickets for Anchorage mom

    by Kate McPherson on Oct 10, 8:11

    Country music star Tim McGraw will play in Anchorage later this month and tickets are selling fast. The cost, around $200, means some people are hoping to win their way in. “He’s a mega star so it’s a big deal to have somebody like this in Anchorage,” said radio host Dawson McKay. Anchorage radio station […]

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    Cirque du Soleil is coming to Anchorage

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Oct 01, 11:42

    The acrobats of Cirque du Soleil are coming to Anchorage this winter for seven performances. Alaskans will have a chance to see “Dralion” Jan. 14-18 at the Sullivan Arena. Inspired by Eastern philosophy, the show features a mix of Chinese acrobatics arts and the performing company’s “multidisciplinary approach,” a press release says. The show’s name […]