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Hoonah honors veterans with totem pole, future memorial park
From the Alaska Territorial Guard to today’s servicemembers, the Southeast has a legacy of service.
Biography tries to sort fact from fiction in life of Skagway frontierswoman
‘History is a living thing.’
‘O, wonder’: Theatre in the Rough puts on ‘The Tempest’
Prospero and Ferdinand, here on Caliban’s isle.
Local author tells the tale of 3-legged musk ox
Get an autographed copy Friday
A STAR is re-born: Perseverance Theatre gears up for new take on annual summer youth program
Registration is open.
Haida-language children’s book released as part of award-winning series
The book is a re-issue in X̱aad Kíl of a previously released traditional story.
Forecast calls for ‘Another Rainy Day’
Singer-songwriter Erin Heist records 1st EP, releases single.
Hayes receives prestigious Distinguished Artist honor
Acclaimed writer from Juneau receives Rasmuson Foundation award.
From Juneau with love
Local artist’s work to hang in Washington, D.C.
During the Gold Rush: ‘Victorian folk opera’ tells stories inspired by Klondike history
The piece’s origins are no simple A-to-B journey.
Juneau Dance Theatre springs into action
Annual showcase to be available as streaming event.
TMHS student earns top billing in duck stamp contest
Taking to the contest like a duck to water.
Baseball in the Land of the Midnight Sun
Local author shares untold story of frontier baseball in a new book
11 ‘very brave’ performers bring adventurous play to Perseverance Theatre’s virtual stage
No rehearsal. No direction. And an unknown script.
Live classical music will fill the air and airways in May
Juneau Jazz & Classics Festival will resume in a hybrid format
First-ever first Tlingit opera will premiere locally
It is a collaboration between Perseverance Theatre and the Sealaska Heritage Institute.
Sealaska Heritage, Neiman Marcus settle lawsuit over coat
Associated Press An Alaska Native cultural organization and the luxury department store Nieman Marcus have settled a lawsuit over the sale of a coat with… Continue reading
New faces downtown: Drive-in theater settles into new home
The Gold Town Theater’s drive-in gets lively with its showings.
Drawing inspiration: State museum debuts new exhibit featuring the work of local illustrators
State museum debuts exhibit featuring the work of local illustrators.
Writers’ Weir: Learning lessons from a first-class coach
Nonfiction prose by Mike Clemens.