By Kerry Schutter
James Minden is a well-known name in Seward among artists and restaurateurs. He has been moving back and forth from Palm Springs, California, to Seward since the 1980s, and officially moved to Seward just a few years ago. He built the sign for The Cookery last summer, bought and remodeled the old Red’s burger bus, and he displays metalwork sculptures in restaurants around Seward. Some of his metalwork pieces can be seen in the upstairs dining area of Chinooks, and throughout The Brewery, and there is a brilliant story behind these rustic beauties.
By Kathleen McCoy, UAA Office of University Advancement
The luxury cruise liner Crystal Serenity, with 1,700 people on board, scheduled its launch out of Seward for August 16. The vessel is bound for a record-breaking journey along the west coast of Alaska and into the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, known as the Northwest Passage. It’s due into New York City September 17.
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