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Slow fashion heads to City that Never Sleeps.
Southeast arts advocate and longtime teachers to be honored at Governor’s Arts and Humanities Awards
Meet some of the Southeast’s winners.
I went in skeptical and really enjoyed it.
Say hello to ‘Bye Bye Birdie.’
After months of discussion, Juneau Arts & Humanities Council officially took over management duties from the City and Borough of Juneau on July 1.
Sealaska Heritage Institute on Thursday announced it will be hosting an Alaska Native language summit, geared toward fluent elders speakers of the Tlingit, Haida and… Continue reading
This Friday, March 2, will be my last day working for the Capital City Weekly. In my last five years as the Capital City Weekly… Continue reading
Yesterday, my dad agreed to put on all his outside gear and set out into the chilly weather to help me take “re-enactment” photos of… Continue reading
Christianne Carrillo’s “Socialpath” Juneau Arts &Culture Center 350 Whittier St. 4:30-7 p.m. “Socialpath” explores themes of social misrepresentation through online and social media platforms. Through… Continue reading
KINY Radio recently reported that the Canadian Olympic snowboarding team’s uniform sports a raven pattern familiar to many Alaskans. Designed by Tlingit artist Corrine Hunt,… Continue reading
Finalist for the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction “The Snow Child,” the debut novel of Alaskan writer Eowyn Ivey, is a book I’ve been meaning… Continue reading
My dad rolled the small fish in egg and then flour, and set it beside three other smelt in the hot frying pan. He stood… Continue reading
It’s been the mission of the Huna Heritage Foundation (HHF) to perpetuate the Huna Tlingit culture and promote education for future generations, and it plans… Continue reading
Three years and a million dollars later, Zach Brown’s dream is coming to fruition. The Inian Island Institute, an educational hub for researchers, conservationists, and… Continue reading
Snow. Chiono is Greek for snow; phobia is Greek for fear. While there is definitely anxiety involved when I hear that there is a big… Continue reading
Northwest Coast Art is an easily distinguished and recognizable art form, and formline is its foundation, seen on cultural objects from blankets to screens. So… Continue reading
If you swung by the Alaska State Museum this past January you may have noticed the exhibit “Lost Language” by Skagway painter Daniel Papke. Up… Continue reading
Familiar fairytale characters like Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, and Jack and his magic beanstalk will soon grace the Juneau-Douglas High School stage, but their… Continue reading
We awoke just after midnight to a pounding on our door. My slightly inebriated fisherman neighbor, who is moored on another finger, anxiously informed us… Continue reading
Painter Patti Hutchens Jouppi has decided to brighten up these dark winter days with her First Friday exhibit “Unfathomable.” In this series of paintings featuring… Continue reading