Most read Neighbors articles of 2017

A pastor of 30 years comes clean; Geoff Kirsch’s controversial satire of Alaska Airlines boarding policies; Kerry Howard’s unpacking of “Juneau Style”; the things they don’t tell you about living in Alaska: The Empire’s Neighbors section in 2017 has been a crosscurrent of culture, memoir, religious life and celebration.

 

Juneauites showed their truest selves in the Neighbors section this year. Here are the top 10 most-read Neighbors stories for the year:

1. Burned by the Church, Dan Wiese

2. A tension in the departure lounge, Geoff Kirsch

3. Things they don’t tell you about living in Alaska, Guy Unzicker

4. 7 things Alaskans hear when traveling, Guy Unzicker

5. That’s not dog poop, it’s brown gold, Geoff Kirsch

6. Juneau Style: Michael Tarren Scott, Kerry Howard

7. The Ultimate Juneau Preparedness Kit, Guy Unzicker

8. Being an ‘adult,’ Tasha Elizarde

9. Get out and look out!, Guy Unzicker

10. A quick-pickin’ guide to Folk Fest, Guy Unzicker

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