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Mollie’s album gives us precious glimpses into the past, like personal letters and diaries. They show us the forgotten faces of people who, without these pictures, might be lost to history.
Dyea was one of the major towns to grow into prominence as a result of the Klondike gold rush.
The Friends of the Alaska State Library, Archives & Museum invite Alaskan authors and artists to submit an application for vending space at the APK… Continue reading
Grief is a shared condition for humans and killer whales alike.
It will be a well orca-strated event. The Juneau Symphony Annual Wildlife Cruise was Saturday afternoon, and the fundraiser that combines whale watching, wine tasting… Continue reading
Tony Tengs employs the double negative when it comes to his relationship with songwriting. He can’t not think musically, he said, so it’s a natural… Continue reading
The end of Tracy K. Smith’s reading in the Father Andrew P. Kashevaroff building sounded more like the wrap up of a comedy set than… Continue reading
Most of us are law-abiding people.
Senior Menu Monday, Aug. 27 Mike’s chili Cornbread Texas cole slaw Tuesday, Aug. 28 BBQ chicken Baked beans Mixed veggies Potato salad Wednesday, Aug. 29… Continue reading
When she sold her final Chilkat blanket in 1985, famed Tlingit weaver Jennie Thlunaut wrote a notarized note to the buyer, Dr. Robert Page. In… Continue reading
I’ve been watching my dad build ladders for most of my life. With a handsaw, that almost seems like an extension of his arm at… Continue reading
• Justin Parish along with the Alaska Legislature has awarded Helping Hands of Juneau for their 35th year anniversary at our annual dinner and auction… Continue reading
Hailey Doherty of Juneau has graduated from Wenatchee Valley College with an associate in arts and science degree.… Continue reading
Nothing makes you appreciate living here like leaving here.
I have no idea what I’m doing most of the time. Take dinner the other night. There is always an element of adventure in our… Continue reading
Back in the Midwest, in the summers I listened to cicadas calling and crickets chirping — sounds that don’t happen here in Southeast Alaska. We… Continue reading
A stiff southeasterly set the dark, wet woods of Douglas Island whispering. My dog Fen trotted ahead as we walked to the base of a… Continue reading
Taking photographs of the stars can prove challenging, but a talk at the Marie Drake Planetarium this week could make it easier for those who… Continue reading
RiteCare Alaska will host a “Zero K” event Oct. 13 at the Hangar Ballroom. The “Zero K” looks to capture the community spirit of a… Continue reading
Held every August, the Sitka Seafood Festival is a summer tradition.