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DWF Movie Review: ‘Wildlike’ – A Journey through Loss and Abuse to Redemption


Wildlike, a film by writer/director Frank Hall Green, was shown during the eighteenth Dances With Films (DWF) indie-film festival in Hollywood. Dances With Films promotes itself as relying on “innovation, talent, creativity and sweat equity” rather than celebrity. All those good qualities are evident in Wildlike. The film has an intriguing story, great characters and an interesting production history. Read More »

Interview: Alinka Rutkowska, Author of ‘Maya & Filippo Visit a Glacier’


Award-winning children's author, Alinka Rutskowka talks about her passion for writing. Read More »

Book Review: Submerged by Dani Pettrey

A sweet romance served up with generous portions of heart-pounding intrigue and suspense. Read More »

Book Review: The Alaska Oil Conspiracy by David DesAutels

Sleazy oil execs, dictators sons and an Alaskan oil rig what could possibly go wrong? Read More »

Book Review: The Hybrids of 2050 by Ami Blackwelder

The differences of a small group of aliens continue to cause conflict between the military and the shifter themselves. Read More »

Book Review: The Rogue: Searching for the Real Sarah Palin by Joe McGinniss

A book about the power of narcissistic vision in the hands of someone mean enough to pursue it ruthlessly. Read More »

Book Review: Take Good Care of the Garden and the Dogs by Heather Lende

My new favorite humorist writer is an Alaskan. Move over Miz Bombeck, you have a contender for your crown. Read More »

TV Review: Sarah Palin’s Alaska

Sarah Palin's Alaska is surprisingly good, and is sure to improve her image, even to haters. Read More »

TV Review: Gold Rush: Alaska Premieres Friday

Rookie gold miners put it all on the line in hopes of striking it rich in Alaska. Read More »

Sarah Palin’s New Book Already Steeped In Controversy

Notes on Sarah Palins newly released book, America by Heart Reflections on Family Faith and Flag. Read More »