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Planet Alaska: Life jackets and binoculars
I can see things more clearly with my binoculars, yet there’s a sensation of floating…
‘It’s a part of who I am’
Artist uses the endangered art of marine mammal gut to explore the truth of Alaska Native history
Celebration marks completion of mural
A place of “honor, dignity and respect”
Celebrating an icon: Local project ships Peratrovich book to libraries, schools for free
Project opens new chapter of Elizabeth Peratrovich awareness.
A look before the ‘Leap’
Previewing Perseverance Theatre’s latest, which blends basketball, Chinese history and identity.
Chilkat robes come to life in ceremony
The pieces were created by dozens of student weavers over the past two year
First Peoples Fund to help Juneau actor create recording studio for voice acting
Xáalnook Erin Tripp among artists with Southeast ties to earn the award.
Land of the list: Spotify and directories could further connect Alaska’s music scene
“The algorithm is hard on all of us,” but maybe it doesn’t have to be.
Keynote speakers: Summit celebrates Alaska’s diverse musical ecosystem
Alaska Music Summit held in Juneau for the first time.
Holiday season staff picks
‘Tis the season to make some recommendations.
JAMM takes center stage at Holiday Village
Kids jam for a good cause.
Stocking up for the holidays
Annual $25 and under market boasts biggest turnout yet.
Juneau Symphony presents 3rd annual Holiday Cheer
“It brings us together for all the right reasons at the holiday season.”
‘It’s just a good time and a special thing’: Grins and the Grinch greet Gallery Walk
Dozens of business joined in for the holiday themed event
Kake to welcome artifacts — some over 200 years old — back home
‘When I looked at them it was like looking at my past and my elders’
Something wickedly funny this way comes
Stagecraft meets witchcraft.
‘I put everything into the art’: Her work blends bright colors and humor to depict Tlingit life and stories
The exhibit will run until early January
Turning peace into art pieces: Artist’s work takes inspiration from solace of nature
Capturing the Light exhibit runs to Nov. 26
‘Once again, Angoon has a dugout’: Village residents welcome dugout canoe 140 years after bombardment
It’s the first dugout canoe in Angoon since the U.S. destroyed the village’s fleet in 1882.
Godzilla is coming to Juneau: Local ensemble preps for special Halloween themed concert