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Antique tools, a juried art show, a look at canning in Southeast: Here’s what’s going on for First Friday
Can you dig it?
Dance it out: Tlingit weavers create unique leggings made of cedar and mountain goat wool
It was a yearlong project.
Writer’s Weir: Eliot Fisk Plays ‘Memories of Alhambra’ and May in Juneau
Two poems by reader Summer Koester.
Album review: You should hang out with ‘Buddies’
Equal parts tight EP and shaggy dog hangout album.
Ancient threads: Tlingit artist will study how to weave increasingly rare tunics
Only four other artists worldwide know how to make them.
Southeast artists earn Rasmuson Foundation honors
Here’s who won.
Late Bloomers: ‘The Underpants’ closes Perseverance Theatre’s 40th season
Laughs, heart and undergarments important in new show.
Not just fiddling around: Jazz & Classics closes with one of the best string players around
He’s played with Yo-Yo Ma, Zac Brown, Ricky Skaggs and more.
Tlingit pride propels a young woman to Girl Scouts’ highest achievement
Teething on gumboots paid off.
Biff! Bang! Pow! Comic convention returns to Juneau
Don’t miss out.
There are new plans for the weaving project to honor violence survivors
Expect more news by Celebration 2020.
‘A great honor’: Exhibit shines light on one of Southeast Alaska’s most acclaimed Tlingit artists
You can see his work all over town.
Perseverance Theatre’s latest is a classic musical with a modern mindset
Gangsters, gamblers and unlikely love.
‘Jewish Halloween’ to be celebrated with movie screening, cookies
Rhymes with decorum.
Turning trash to treasure: New event includes art show and building contest using collected scrap
Think “Iron Chef” for assemblage art.
End of a chapter: Hayes talks about her time as Alaska State Writer Laureate and what comes next
Find out why visiting Seldovia tops the list.
After flooding, co-op gallery is back to business with room for more artists
There’s space for five to 10 more artists.
Photos: Poetry Out Loud
State championships in Juneau.
North Pole High School student wins state poetry contest
She’s an honor student.