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Arts and culture news in brief for the week of Sept. 19, 2018.
Miriam Wagoner never thought her poems would be published, let alone win national awards. But Sept. 9, the Juneau poet won a National Federation of… Continue reading
The Douglas Public library wasn’t quiet Saturday. The sounds of drums, singing and dancing from the Woosh.ji.een Dance Group echoed out from the library’s meeting… Continue reading
A play featuring a soda fountain set in early 20th century New England is absolutely relevant to present day Juneau, said its 20-something leads. “Our… Continue reading
The offer that changed Devita Stipek Writer’s life came as a surprise. In 2001, the Juneau artist received a Saturday phone call from a man… Continue reading
Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day has been an event in Anchorage for years, and now it’s coming to Juneau. The collaboration between Girl Scouts… Continue reading
City officials are growing increasingly impatient with the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority.
They’re on the ballot, but you won’t see any ads for them. On Nov. 6, Alaskans across the state will be asked to decide whether… Continue reading
Sitka judge will hear arguments on a lawsuit with billion-dollar implications for Alaska.
Owner of Don Abel Building Supply buys similar business near Nugget Mall.
Candidates circled back to educational topics during the first public forum of election season.
During the first public forum of election season, the City and Borough of Juneau Assembly candidates kept circling back to the topic of improving education.… Continue reading
Candidates mostly agree on methods to boost Juneau economy.
Alaska, Washington and Oregon representatives settled negotiation Monday with Canada on how to share dwindling Chinook salmon harvests through a 10-year international treaty. The agreement,… Continue reading
“Did you notice that his name ends in a nah? It’s nah, nada, no way.”
Two weeks remain before Juneau’s municipal election and the statewide general election is next.
The lawsuit between the city and the cruise industry won’t be resolved any time soon.
Applause is rare at CBJ Assembly meetings, but many in attendance broke into a standing ovation during Monday’s meeting.
More than 100 people who stood outside the Andrew Hope Building on Monday night for a candlelight vigil in honor of Ashley Johnson-Barr.
Charging documents say an Alaska man had the cellphone of missing 10-year-old girl, and GPS coordinates of where the phone had traveled led police to… Continue reading