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It’s not a typical “grief album.”
She’s been selected for both a local collection and a major Indigenous art market.
Sweet sound of freedom: Juneau Jazz & Classics’ 1st post-pandemic festival features 27 visiting musicians
Event includes two military ensembles and first music cruises in four years.
‘This is exactly the size of a story of a lesbian’: A QA with ‘Fun Home’ lyricist and playwright Lisa Kron
The transformative power of theater and a difficult adaptation.
A long road toward healing: Totem pole depicting tale of overcoming domestic violence now being installed at Twin Lakes
It’s expected to debut during Celebration.
Much better than “not too bad.”
Long-awaited musical is set to open soon.
Animals big and small will gather in one place. Critters from the depths of the sea to not-quite-outer space — are all part of Juneau… Continue reading
Eased restrictions streamlined the production, but the release event will still be online.
Steel (pedal) yourself for new music.
“It represents history.”
In addition to being cofounders of the project, they’re featured artists this First Friday.
A boot-ique, new exhibits and more
O, ‘Brothers’ scare art thou.
Resilient Peoples & Place: Arias Hoyle on Afro Indigeneity, rap, and the ‘new wave’ of Indigenous expression
“From Oppression to Expression.”
A ghost story is born.
Before the gold rush.
Local composer writes song about climate change
‘Capitvating’ new exhibit contains artist’s lockdown work
Free, holiday offering from Perseverance Theatre