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In the spirit of "The Moth" and "Stoop Stories," Arctic Entries brings Alaskans to the stage to share their personal stories, funny, sad, and sweet.

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In the spirit of "The Moth" and "Stoop Stories," Arctic Entries brings Alaskans to the stage to share their personal stories, funny, sad, and sweet.

    Daija Cornelious - 10 Years of Darkness

    Daija Cornelious - 10 Years of Darkness

    I'm Daija from the city of Oakland. I was blind for 10 years but now my eyes are opened. And even though my eyes didn't work, I swear I've seen things that would make a lion's heart hurt. That's why I'm standing here today, to tell the story of this blind girl who moved to AK from the Bay.

    • 8 min
    Esther Smith - Love Across Borders

    Esther Smith - Love Across Borders

    Esther is an artist, educator, traveler, and lifelong Alaskan. She enjoys baking pies from scratch, drinking coffee in the bath, and hunting for the perfect hammock spot. Her favorite stories make her both cry and laugh, and she's grateful to be here and enjoy the juiciness of this event.

    • 7 min
    Sophia Lee - Blessing in Disguise

    Sophia Lee - Blessing in Disguise

    Sophia is Korean born and Alaskan raised, and seems to have a polar opposite means to happiness. Sophia finds happiness and enjoyment in hiking, biking, kayaking, skiing and paddle-boarding in beautiful Alaska outdoor scenery all year round. However, she's equally happy to cuddle with her 3-lb Chihuahua with books and cup of hot chocolate in her bed as well. Additionally, Sophia hates aftershocks/earthquakes, not because they scare her, but because they usually indicate more work for her as a structural engineer.

    • 8 min
    Catherine Sullivan - Let's Talk About Babies

    Catherine Sullivan - Let's Talk About Babies

    City mouse. Indoorsy. Baker, traveler, the world's biggest fan of her family. Would 100% win Survivor.

    • 8 min
    Julie Ayers - Wellness and Healing

    Julie Ayers - Wellness and Healing

    Julie was born and raised in Anchorage and is the proud mom of two young boys, Mason and Eli, who keep her very busy. Julie’s motto for raising boys is: “what little boys lack in common sense they make up for with energy!” When she’s not keeping up with her kids you can find her fishing and biking in the summer, sledding and ice skating in the winter and making beaded jewelry year round.

    • 7 min
    Elizabeth Manning - My Bear Story

    Elizabeth Manning - My Bear Story

    Elizabeth is the third member of her family to tell an Arctic Entries story. She counts herself lucky, but also knows that luck comes from not being afraid to try to new things, or to follow her instincts and marry a nice guy she met in a grocery store, as one example. She’s a communications manager and the proud mom of two kind and adventurous teenage boys.

    • 8 min

Customer Reviews

Jcohen09 ,

What happened to sound quality?

I absolutely love the podcast and have listened to every story, thank you for such a great podcast!

I noticed in the newest episodes the sound quliaty has changed, almost to a tinny vibration, which makes it very difficult to hear. Can you go back to the sound you used previously?

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