Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
237 North Orca Street • Anchorage, AK 99501
Phone: (907) 561-2679 • Fax: (907) 561-2690
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  • Downtown Anchorage to get new venue

    A renovated complex in Anchorages central business district will soon house a coffee shop, a bar, a restaurant and a concert space.

  • Alaskan film industry shown to be in good shape

    State research has indicated that the film industry performed well in Alaska during the course of 2014.

  • Anchorage record store spins off to positive start

    Steve Haynes and his wife have recently opened Obsession Records in the hope that a vinyl revival will help them to succeed.

  • Anchorage community could go to market

    A meeting was held last month to discuss the possibility of opening a new farmers market in Northeast Anchorage. Should things go as planned, it could open this coming summer.

  • Improvements to be made to Anchorage trail

    Anchorages Lanie Fleischer Chester Creek Trail will soon be undergoing a major overhaul, and at a recent meeting, the public was updated on what will take place.

  • Anchorage hosts bone-chilling road race

    Anchorage residents were treated to the funny sight of more than 700 people running down the street decked out in their best Halloween attire.

  • Anchorage exhibit to require a buildup

    Anchorage Lego fans, as well as art enthusiasts from the city and across the state, may find the latest exhibits at the Anchorage Museum to be of particular interest.

  • Anchorage to welcome Texan eatery option

    When it comes to dining out, Anchorage residents will soon be able to choose a new option.

  • Anchorage entrepreneurs get help to set-up

    Start-up companies and entrepreneurs in Alaska were able to access all manner of help and advice last month, with the second running of the Alaska Entrepreneurship Week.

  • Bass Pro opens outlet in Anchorage

    The opening of the Anchorage Bass Pro Shops Outpost store earlier this month has been welcomed by local folks, with residents and businesses hoping it will help the local economy.