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It’s all coming together.
Capital City Weekly news briefs for the week of Jan. 16, 2020.
New year, new executive director, renewed effort.
“Silent Sky” opens Friday at the theater.
Project opens new chapter of Elizabeth Peratrovich awareness.
Nationally known photographer shares advice, his Bob Dylan story and why he’s still drawn to old tech
“It’s like every time you push the button you’re saying yes to life.”
There’s still a couple weeks to submit.
She’s fired up about ceramics.
She’s no stranger to the theater or Alaska.
A sticker sticking point.
“It is part of our history.”
Juneau Symphony’s upcoming season will offer a glimpse of seasons to come.
All-star tribute show ready to rock Centennial Hall.
She’s finding success on young adult fiction charts.
After 135 years away, it came back to Southeast Alaska.
Perseverance Theatre’s latest swings for the fences and connects.
The Walter Soboleff Building could have a new neighbor soon.
It’s a love letter to Tlingit culture and people.
Women musicians and composers take center stage in upcoming shows.
Old traditions and new studies link healing and art.