Even the New York Times is talking about South Restaurant! At Anchorage Restaurant, Fare for the Outdoorsy Set - The New York Times

By Lynn Skurla Perkins | October 6, 2015

Shane Moore, the executive chef, aims for a casual vibe and food to please everyone ‘from families to fishermen.’

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Back to the blues: Blues Central's Frank Dahl is back in town promoting blues events | Alaska Dispatch News

By Lynn Skurla Perkins | September 16, 2015

Frank Dahl moved to Arizona after selling the long-running Anchorage music club Blues Central last year, but he's back arranging more blues events in the 49th state and consulting with the owners of a reincarnated Blues Central that keeps the old name, historic memorabilia and even the top of the old bar.

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Introducing Williwaw | Anchorage Press

By Lynn Skurla Perkins | April 17, 2015

The air tastes of concrete dust and the noise of power tools is deafening inside the old YMCA building on Sixth and F Streets. What was most recently Covenant House is undergoing a massive rebirth with anywhere from 30 to 80 construction workers scurrying about on a daily basis, uncovering the bones of the 1950s-era building. They’re hustling to get the place ready for the summer 2015 opening of Williwaw, a unique dining and concert venue that will undoubtedly be a transformative force in downtown Anchorage.

Source: Introducing Williwaw | Anchorage Press

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Pioneering Anchorage coffee roaster sold to Kaladi Brothers | Alaska Dispatch News

By Lynn Skurla Perkins | April 5, 2011

Anchorage's oldest coffee roaster is changing hands. Cafe del Mundo owner Perry Merkel is retiring and selling his Anchorage coffee empire to Kaladi Brothers Coffee. But the Cafe del Mundo business name and coffee styles will remain as is, said Kaladi's president, Tim Gravel.

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