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Plenty of colorful displays and activities will still be available to Juneau residents after the last of the July 4 fireworks fade, with more than… Continue reading
Tuners revive 1928 organ that’s been idle for three years; lunchtime concerts may resume next week
Students from JDHS and TMHS competed in Yakutat art show.
Kate Troll’s memoir details discovery of siblings and new appreciation of her mother.
Xáat Kwáani makes its inaugural flight.
If your hometown could talk, they asked, what would it say?
“Ingenious” Indigenous art creates a Gore-Tex like material for raincoats and more.
Musicians, authors and artists, oh my!
Musicians with tribal roots from Canada to South America converge for Indigenous Big Band concerts
Play wraps up run with shows this weekend.
‘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.
‘When I looked at them it was like looking at my past and my elders’
Dozens of pieces were on display at the gallery Friday night.
The 12 totem poles line the waterfront of downtown Juneau.
Application period now open for nonprofit beneficiaries.
It’s almost the big day for “Little Women.”
When Perseverance Theatre mounts its production of Little Women this April, it might look a little different from the beloved 1994 film. This version from… Continue reading
Years ago, skateboarding was branded as a hobby for rebels or stoners in city streets, schoolyards and back alleys. Those days are long gone. Skateboarding,… Continue reading
It was a quiet library as students bent over sketchbooks and concentrated on drawing Alaska Native designs including an eagle, wolf and killer whale. They… Continue reading
I can see things more clearly with my binoculars, yet there’s a sensation of floating…