by Hannah Berner
More than 735,000 people live in the big and beautiful state of Alaska. Here are 10 signs that "The Last Frontier" is the place you call home...
1. You can correctly pronounce Valdez, Knik, Juneau, and Kotzebue.
2. You pretty pissed when people ask you if Alaska is an island or part of Mexico, Canada, or Russia.
3. At the Alaska State Fair, you know all about the spicy Reindeer Polish Sausage Dog and fresh Prince William Sound Oysters.
4. Driving over permafrost grooves and potholes is actually kind of comforting.
5. You refer to Lower-48ers as foreigners. You know what a Lower-48er is.
6. You’ve had at least one dangerous wild animal in your garage... Or a moose.
7. You start preparing for winter in July and you wear fleece, wool and down all year round.
8. The word “vacation” normally means means Hawaii or Mexico.
9. You know what authentic fresh wild Alaskan sockeye, silver, king salmon, and halibut tastes like.
10. You get overly excited whenever you hear that the Lights are out.
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by Jessy Segal
Welcome to MS Warriors, where we showcase people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) who inspire us. Young, old, male, female, these incredible individuals are fighting MS with everything they have - and we want to celebrate their fight.
by Alyssa DeSio
We have collected 8 of the quirkiest, coolest and most awesome accommodations we could find. Be prepared to be inspired...