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JUNEAUGOLD TOWN NICKELODEONFor complete listings see www.goldtownnick.com.“Labyrinth” — Friday and Saturday, Feb. 5 and 6. David Bowie’s passing coincides with the 30th anniversary of his… Continue reading

Innovation Summit to be held Feb. 8-9 at Centennial Hall

The Juneau Economic Development Council’s Innovation Summit will be held in Juneau Feb. 8-9 at Centennial Hall. Karen Pittman, president and CEO of the Forum… Continue reading

Available Light Film Festival announces programming and guests for Industry

WHITEHORSE — The 14th annual Available Light Film Festival will take place at the Yukon Arts Centre and Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre Feb. 7- 14,… Continue reading

Fireside Lecture Feb. 5 on Arctic Ocean Sea Ice at Mendenhall Glacier

The Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center’s free Fireside Lecture on Friday, Feb. 5 will be presented by Arctic oceanographer Zach Brown. Through photos and stories, Brown… Continue reading

Deadline reminder: Anchorage Museum’s solo artist exhibition applications due March 10

The Anchorage Museum’s solo artist exhibition program highlights new bodies of work by individual Alaska artists. Once every three years, Alaska artists are invited to… Continue reading

Deadline reminder: Rasmuson Individual Artist Award applications due March 1

The application period for the Rasmuson Foundation’s Individual Artist Awards is currently open through March 1.The March 1 deadline applies to Rasmuson’s three award programs… Continue reading

Deadline reminder: Alaska Robotics Artist Camp applications due Feb. 8

Alaska Robotics will be hosting a camp for professional and aspiring artists as part of its upcoming Comic Convention in April in Juneau. The camp… Continue reading

League of Women Voters sends students to the Capitol

The League of Women Voters of Juneau is sponsoring Capitol Visits for all 350 eighth graders in the Capital City during this 2016 legislative session.… Continue reading

Voices of the Wilderness artist residency applications due March 1

Alaska-based artist residency program Voices of the Wilderness, now in its sixth season, is currently accepting applications for more than 10 residencies across the state.… Continue reading

My corner of Alaska: Grace And Good Humor

TENAKEE SPRINGS -- Once upon a time, ages upon ages ago, when I was fresh out of graduate school, I got my first job managing… Continue reading

Jack Dalton rehearses for Perseverance Theatre's production of "Our Voices Will Be Heard" written by Vera Starbard.

Ḵutaan is in the Kitchen: Thoughts on “Our Voices Will Be Heard”

Editor's note: The following commentary contains spoilers.The difficult subject matter of Vera Starbard’s recently debuted play “Our Voices Will Be Heard” has been duly noted.… Continue reading

Jack Dalton rehearses for Perseverance Theatre's production of "Our Voices Will Be Heard" written by Vera Starbard.
Hoar frost flower out the road.

Art in Unusual Places

The Capital City Weekly welcomes reader-submitted images of art in unusual or unexpected places. Photographers of all levels of ability are invited to send in… Continue reading

Hoar frost flower out the road.

Haines company to present Garcia Lorca play Feb. 12-14

The Lynn Canal Community Players will present their production of “The House of Bernarda Alba” by Federico Garcia Lorca next weekend, Feb. 12-14, at the… Continue reading

Haugland to lead salsa workshop, Latin dance party this week in Juneau

Former Juneau resident Heather Haugland will lead two salsa workshops and a Latin dance party this week in Juneau.The Salsa workshops will be held Wednesday… Continue reading

Geoff Kirsch to lead humor workshop this week

Juneau writer Geoff Kirsch will lead a workshop called “Everything I Can Teach You About Humor Writing in 3 Hours” on Thursday, Feb, 4, from… Continue reading

Sen. Donny Olson introduces Indigenous Peoples Day Legislation

Sen. Donny Olson introduces Indigenous Peoples Day Legislation Senator Donny Olson (D- Golovin) has introduced legislation that would establish the second Monday of October of… Continue reading

Living & Growing: Love wins after all

Living & Growing: Love wins after all

On Feb. 2, in our tradition, we remember the day, according to Luke (Luke 2:22-40) on which Jesus, a first-born Jewish son, was presented at… Continue reading

  • Jan 31, 2016
  • By GORDON BLUE
Living & Growing: Love wins after all

JCF to hold public meeting on local grants and waivers

The Juneau Community Foundation will hold a public meeting to answer questions about applications for Juneau Hope Endowment Fund and City and Borough of Juneau… Continue reading

  • Jan 31, 2016

Recent births

Recent births at Bartlett Regional Hospital• A son, Erick D’ante Waters Jr., weighing 6 lbs. 13 oz., was born to Kaitlin Imboden of Juneau on… Continue reading

  • Jan 31, 2016

Northrim Bank announces two new officers

Northrim Bank President and COO Joe Schierhorn announced on Jan. 22 the promotion of Veronica Pillans, AVP loan officer - Small Business Center, and the… Continue reading

  • Jan 31, 2016