An old church stands in Adak. Photos taken by Chris Peloso during a trip to the mostly abandoned city that formerly housed a military base will be part of the “I’m Lost here w/o you” exhibition at Devil’s Club Brewing Co. (Courtesy Photo | Chris Peloso)

An old church stands in Adak. Photos taken by Chris Peloso during a trip to the mostly abandoned city that formerly housed a military base will be part of the “I’m Lost here w/o you” exhibition at Devil’s Club Brewing Co. (Courtesy Photo | Chris Peloso)

‘Weird, eerie’ photos of Alaska’s old abandoned buildings on display in Juneau

Juneauite’s trip to Adak part of First Friday happenings

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A juvenile male golden eagle was rescued off of Egan Drive by the Juneau Raptor Center after being struck by a car Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019. (Courtesy Photo | Kathy Benner)
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Tsimshian Artist David R. Boxley works on a feast tray made out of alder at the Walter Soboleff Building on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019. Boxley is spending the week demostrating his craft for the Sealaska Heritage Institute. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)
Watch: Visiting artist David R. Boxley creates in Juneau

Tsimshian artist carving and teaching this week for SHI.

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