Ben Hohenstatt

Dinner and show planned for fundraiser
Dinner and show planned for fundraiser
Perseverance Theatre’s newest play is about woman destined to marry a whale
Perseverance Theatre’s newest play is about woman destined to marry a whale
See a career-spanning collection and special exhibits Friday

See a career-spanning collection and special exhibits Friday

Discovering stories and keeping them alive.

See a career-spanning collection and special exhibits Friday
This oldie is JDHS’ newest show

This oldie is JDHS’ newest show

Say hello to ‘Bye Bye Birdie.’

This oldie is JDHS’ newest show
Cold snap coming

Cold snap coming

At least we’re not Chicago.

Cold snap coming
Beth Kerttula, former Alaska State Representative and past Director of the National Oceans Council under President Barack Obama, takes a question at the Mendenhall Valley Glacier Visitor Center for a Fireside Lecture, Jan. 25, 2019. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

Former Rep calls attention to ‘frightening’ state of oceans

The messenger was warmly received, the disconcerting message not so much.

Beth Kerttula, former Alaska State Representative and past Director of the National Oceans Council under President Barack Obama, takes a question at the Mendenhall Valley Glacier Visitor Center for a Fireside Lecture, Jan. 25, 2019. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)
Ancestral accessories: Otter hunting makes earrings for Aleut artist
Ancestral accessories: Otter hunting makes earrings for Aleut artist
Sealaska Heritage Institute means millions of dollars to Juneau, study finds
Sealaska Heritage Institute means millions of dollars to Juneau, study finds
Month-long art show, symphony seeks students and applications open for formline class and summer expeditions
Month-long art show, symphony seeks students and applications open for formline class and summer expeditions
Juneau Lyric Opera pushes back opera opening
Juneau Lyric Opera pushes back opera opening
Armenian-American flautist Tigran Arakelyan, the Music Director of the Northwest Mahler Festival in Seattle and the Port Townsend Orchestra, performs a sound check in the Shuká Hít (Ancestors’ House) at the Walter Soboleff Center on Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019. He will be conducting Juneau Symphony’s Russian Romantic concerts. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)
Armenian-American flautist Tigran Arakelyan, the Music Director of the Northwest Mahler Festival in Seattle and the Port Townsend Orchestra, performs a sound check in the Shuká Hít (Ancestors’ House) at the Walter Soboleff Center on Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019. He will be conducting Juneau Symphony’s Russian Romantic concerts. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)
Film experiment could only happen here
Film experiment could only happen here
Sitka festival receives grant, Poetry Out Loud dates announced, Rasmuson Foundation accepting applications
Sitka festival receives grant, Poetry Out Loud dates announced, Rasmuson Foundation accepting applications
‘Openness of the heart’: Workshop focuses on compassionate communication
‘Openness of the heart’: Workshop focuses on compassionate communication
Gene Tagaban performs with Khu.Eéx while wearing regalia. The band will play in Juneau Monday, Jan. 28 at Centennial Hall. (Courtesy Photo | Russell Johnson)
Gene Tagaban performs with Khu.Eéx while wearing regalia. The band will play in Juneau Monday, Jan. 28 at Centennial Hall. (Courtesy Photo | Russell Johnson)
Flute concert brings classical, Armenian and indigenous music to clan house
Flute concert brings classical, Armenian and indigenous music to clan house
Tlingit flautist George Montero said he was glad to be back in Juneau for a pair of concerts Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019 and Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019. (Ben Hohenstatt |Capital City Weekly)
Tlingit flautist George Montero said he was glad to be back in Juneau for a pair of concerts Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019 and Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019. (Ben Hohenstatt |Capital City Weekly)
Look ma, 6 hands: Piano concert begins on unusual note

Look ma, 6 hands: Piano concert begins on unusual note

Here’s something you don’t see or hear every day.

Look ma, 6 hands: Piano concert begins on unusual note
Chefs Matt Little Dog displays a dish featuring authentic Japanese ramen for students at Floyd Dryden Middle School as part of Chefs’ Day on Friday, Jan. 18, 2019. The Anchorage chefs visiting the Juneau and Sitka School Districts to introduced new and healthy foods via performance cooking demonstrations. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)
Chefs Matt Little Dog displays a dish featuring authentic Japanese ramen for students at Floyd Dryden Middle School as part of Chefs’ Day on Friday, Jan. 18, 2019. The Anchorage chefs visiting the Juneau and Sitka School Districts to introduced new and healthy foods via performance cooking demonstrations. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)
Land trust acquires wetlands but Field of Fireweed poised for development
Land trust acquires wetlands but Field of Fireweed poised for development