For this episode we’re talking about Don’t Worry Darling, the new movie from director Olivia Wilde. The movie stars Florence Pugh as Alice, a 1950’s housewife living in an idyllic community with her husband, played by Harry Styles. But when strange occurrences involving her husband’s secretive job start happening, Alice begins to question the nature of the reality she’s living in.

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For many Alaskans, the Covid-19 pandemic seems like a thing of the past. Life feels mostly normal again. But while recorded case counts are at their lowest in over a year, Covid is still here. 

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For this episode we’re talking about News Media Literacy. A group of our youth producers got together on Zoom for a roundtable discussion to talk about the importance of healthy news consumption in this day and age.  They discuss how they determine if the news they are reading is trustworthy, the dangers of mis and […]

Submissions are now open for ATMI’s annual youth film screening “After School Special,” as part of this year’s Anchorage International Film Festival. Guidelines SUBMIT YOUR FILM HERE! Check back here for more info on the day, time, and location of the screening. If you have any questions or are having difficulties with the submission process, email […]

Hosts: Daisy Carter and Quinn White Full Show News Media Literacy Roundtable ATMI producers Quinn White, Karl Cranston-Simmons, Ormund Alaois, and Daisy Carter got together over Zoom to discuss News Media Literacy and its importance in today’s world of mass information consumption. “Barbarian” Movie Review ATMI producer Zinn Rogers reviews the new horror movie Barbarian. […]

[ATMI producer Roey McCowan (left) and Quinn Christopherson in the studio.]

Quinn Christopherson is an Ahtna Athabascan and Inupiaq singer songwriter who grew up in Anchorage, Alaska. He gained national notoriety in 2019 when he won NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest with a performance of his song “Erase Me” about his experiences as a transgender man.

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For this episode, we’re going to take a break from Covid. We’re going to talk about Monkeypox. While it may be only recently that people have heard of this virus, Monkeypox was actually first detected in 1958 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Throughout the decades, cases have been most commonly present in Central and Western Africa.  Recently, however, […]

Full Show Monkeypox: Interview with epidemiologist Joe McLaughlin ATMI producer Kendrick Whiteman interviews the chair of the Alaska section of epidemiology about Monkeypox. Movie Review: Pride and Prejudice ATMI senior producer Daisy Carter reviews the 2005 film adaptation of Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice.” Opioid Crisis: Interview with Michael Carson Mat-Su youth Ben Polendo and […]

For this episode we’re talking about Nope, the new movie written and directed by Jordan Peele. Known for his horror movies Get Out and Us, Peele’s new movie follows a brother and sister who own a horse ranch where they train their animals to perform in movies. When their ranch is terrorized by a mysterious […]

When the pandemic started, Wendy Williams was working as a school nurse in the Anchorage School District. Since then she took a contract job with the CDC foundation as the School Nurse Consultant for the state of Alaska.

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