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Zuill Bailey performs a cello concert during a music cruise in Auke Bay on Saturday afternoon. (Courtesy Photo)
All that jazz returns to Juneau

Another ‘Classics’ in the books.

A golden-crowned sparrow nibbled on elderberry flower buds. (Courtesy Photo / Bob Armstrong)
On the Trails: Enjoying birds, blooms and more near the Mendenhall Glacier

The trail to Nugget Falls was a lively place in early May.

Jane Hale (Courtesy Photo)
Coming Out: My second skin

I’m sloughing off those old pernicious ideas and wearing a second skin.

Oscar inspects the skunk cabbage in the Tongass National Forest in Wrangell. (Vivian Faith Prescott / For the Capital City Weekly)
Planet Alaska: Life signs of spring

By Vivian Faith Prescott For the Capital City Weekly A young hemlock… Continue reading

Ryan John makes his way to a glassing spot on a grass flat to look for black bears. (Jeff Lund / For the Juneau Empire)
I Went to the Woods: Inside the Numbers

Numbers are important, but they never tell the entire story.

A crow watches over the Eldred Rock Lighthouse in Lynn Canal during a recent weekend. (Courtesy Photo / John Hudson)
Wild Shots: Photos of Mother Nature in Alaska

Wild Shots: Photos of Mother Nature in Alaska

The Policy and Procedures in the Federal Subsistence Board Process spring 2022 class. This class, hosted by University of Alaska Southeast in partnership with Sitka Conservation Society and supported by the USDA Forest Service connects students with the fish and wildlife public processes that manage subsistence resources. Left to right: Ardel Wikinson, Nathan Cleveland, Nachama Voluck, Heather Bauscher, Jan Straley, and Clare Jungers. (Courtesy Photo / Ryan Morse)
Resilient Peoples & Place: Youth voices reflect on the Federal Subsistence Board process

“As young people, you have a lot more power than you realize”

Michelle Bonnet Hale (Courtesy Photo)
Coming Out: Dodged that bullet

“You deserve your own process.”

Judy Hale Young (Courtesy Photo)
Coming Out: What Jim and Judy Knew

By Judy Hale Young We knew. My twin brother and I, even… Continue reading