AP Alaska's weekend plans:

MOVING SATURDAY:

ALASKA PRIMARY-GOVERNOR

JUNEAU — Republicans Mike Dunleavy and Mead Treadwell want to become the third person in the governor's race in November. The winner of the Republican primary advances to face incumbent Gov. Bill Walker, an independent who didn't participate in a primary, and former U.S. Sen. Mark Begich, who doesn't have a challenger in the Democratic primary. By Becky Bohrer. UPCOMING: 600 words, photos.

MOVING MONDAY:

ALASKA PRIMARY-HOUSE-RUSSIAN IMMIGRANT

JUNEAU —At age 37, Dimitri Shein has already lived the American dream. Born in the Soviet Union, Shein recalls standing in bread lines with his grandfather. After moving to Alaska in the early 1990s, he and his mom, who had married a man in Anchorage, wound up living in a shelter and on public assistance when the marriage soured. Now a naturalized American citizen who runs a successful mail-order planter business, Shein has set his sights on Congress. He is competing in this month's Democratic primary against two independents — Alyse Galvin and Christopher Cumings — and out-of-state Democrat Carol Hafner in hopes of advancing to take on Republican U.S. Rep. Don Young, who has held the office for eight years longer than Shein has been alive. By Becky Bohrer and Mark Thiessen. UPCOMING: 700 words, photos.

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BREWING COMPANY

KETCHIKAN, Alaska — Ketchikan can't seem to get enough of Bawden Street Brewing Co., the city's first brewery in more than 15 years. By Billy Singleton, Ketchikan Daily News.

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EXCHANGE CHESS PROGRAM

HOMER, Alaska — Picture this: two people playing chess. Did your mind automatically conjure an image of two elderly men, possibly in tweed or cardigans, hunched over a chessboard in a local park? If it did, you wouldn't be alone. By Megan Pacer.

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