The reality TV show "Alaskan Women Looking For Love" drew to a close Sunday night, and perhaps less important than whether or not the six fish-out-of-water stars of the show found soulmates is what kind of stereotypes the rest of America now has about the real men and women of Alaska.
Fifteen years after an enigmatic 24-year-old walked 'Into the Wild,' the site of his death has become a shrine. As Hollywood weighs in with a portrait of the young man as a saintlike visionary, has the truth been lost? Inside the strange life and tragic death of
The lonely death of Chris McCandless inspired a book and Sean Penn's film Into the Wild. Now, more than 20 years on, hundreds follow in the idealist's trail – but locals wonder if it has all gone too far
Seeing Susan Aikens in "Life Below Zero," the new National Geographic Channel reality series about enduring Alaska, it's hard to fathom that she was once a child of Chicago's northwest suburbs. (Page 2 of 2)...
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