Ben Hohenstatt

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
Pod people: The national podcast trend is finding its footing in Junea
Pod people: The national podcast trend is finding its footing in Junea
Avalanche mitigation has a new look and sound

Avalanche mitigation has a new look and sound

It sparked curiosity, but didn’t bother the dogs.

Avalanche mitigation has a new look and sound
Evergreen Cemetery focus of new art installation
Evergreen Cemetery focus of new art installation
New tool directs explosions to prevent avalanches

New tool directs explosions to prevent avalanches

Forget the cannon, get to the chopper.

New tool directs explosions to prevent avalanches
What we’re listening to, watching and reading this month
What we’re listening to, watching and reading this month
Tlingit-style carvers have a place to talk shop
Tlingit-style carvers have a place to talk shop
Should Juneau revisit water fluoridation? New study renews debate
Should Juneau revisit water fluoridation? New study renews debate
Alaska Airlines objects to ‘turbulence’ theme for fashion show
Alaska Airlines objects to ‘turbulence’ theme for fashion show
Recital focuses on B-Liszt composers
Recital focuses on B-Liszt composers
Juliea Gregory and Shgen George greet returning chum salmon in the clear water that gives Kaxdigoowu Héen its Tlingit name. (Courtesy Photo | Richard Carstensen)
Juliea Gregory and Shgen George greet returning chum salmon in the clear water that gives Kaxdigoowu Héen its Tlingit name. (Courtesy Photo | Richard Carstensen)
Elizabeth Smart shares resilient story at first-ever Juneau women’s conference
Elizabeth Smart shares resilient story at first-ever Juneau women’s conference
Teaching artists needed, mystical music group comes to town
Teaching artists needed, mystical music group comes to town
Planetarium offers introduction to traveling by the stars

Planetarium offers introduction to traveling by the stars

A professor will guide the way.

Planetarium offers introduction to traveling by the stars
Review: ‘Wrestling Jerusalem’ admirably finds middle ground in the Middle East
Review: ‘Wrestling Jerusalem’ admirably finds middle ground in the Middle East
Seven-women group focuses on harmonies, collaboration
Seven-women group focuses on harmonies, collaboration
Antarctica on the solstice: Juneau couple spends holidays with thousands of penguins, near-constant daylight
Antarctica on the solstice: Juneau couple spends holidays with thousands of penguins, near-constant daylight
Juneau Arts & Humanities Council Board Vice President Bing Carrillo gifts a piece of art to departing Board President Eric Scott during the JAHC annual meeting. Scott had served as president for three years and said he was feeling loss and melancholy. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

New JACC pushes forward for funding

Demolition of the old Juneau Arts & Culture Center won’t start in spring as originally planed, but those spearheading the New JACC said Wednesday they’re… Continue reading

Juneau Arts & Humanities Council Board Vice President Bing Carrillo gifts a piece of art to departing Board President Eric Scott during the JAHC annual meeting. Scott had served as president for three years and said he was feeling loss and melancholy. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)