Alex Petropavlovskiy and Brianna Gibbs/KMXT
Crab Fest 2014 wrapped up yesterday and it was a different festival than most folks were used to. Last year Golden Wheel, the long-time vendor for rides, said they would not be returning to Kodiak, but Anchorage-based Tons of Fun Entertainment did make the trip and brought with it slew of new activities and games. Even better, the sun made an appearance during all five days and more than 20 food vendors lined the midway to make sure festival attendees were well-fed.
But to really get the scoop on this year’s Crab Fest, KMXT sent reporter Brianna Gibbs, and news intern, Alex Petropavlovskiy, downtown have a bit of fun.
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