Arts & Culture
Buck spoke Dec. 27 with bear researcher Ben Kilham, whose work has been compared to that of Jane Goodall's research on chimps, about what he's learned over nearly 20 years of studying and living with bears. The fact that he struggles with dyslexia makes him uniquely skilled in thinking visually while observing these animals.
What does it take to create partnerships in our community?
The Borealis Chorale & Orchestra performs a Christmas concert each year.
Jazz guitarist Briand Morrison & vocalist Roxann Berglund joined Buck & Dick in Studio A Dec. 20 for a delightful session of chat, laughter, and music. You'll eventually learn how to roast a chestnut along the way, too...
Acclaimed photographer Layne Kennedy talks photography in general & his newest book, "Light over Iceland"-
Buck chatted recently with internationally-known photographer & North House instructor Layne Kennedy, who's just out with "Light over Iceland: Photography at 66 Degrees North." They talked about Layne's philosophy on photography, how shooting pictures has changed with the switch from film to digital, and lots more. You can see a preview of his new book at http://www.blurb.com/books/4759092-light-over-iceland
Bill Clayton is resource manager and archaeologist at the Grand Portage National Monument.
Buck spoke recently with Tom Kizzia, Anchorage Daily News reporter and author of "Pilgrim's Wilderness." Billed as "Into the Wild meets Helter Skelter," it's the true story of a modern-day family with a cult-leader-like patriarch who moves to a remote area of the Alaskan wilderness. Named one of Amazon's Best Books of the Year for 2013.
Michael Schumacher, author of 12 books on Great Lakes shipwrecks and lighthouses, joined Dick Nov. 29 to discuss his latest, "November's Fury: The Deadly Great Lakes Hurricane of 1913." The four-day storm damaged or sank dozens of boats and killed more than 250 sailors. Could it happen that way again today?