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Names given by Alaska Natives to people and places are far from arbitrary.
Eagle River United Methodist Camp is an inclusive option for Thanksgiving.
Juneau Youth Services Gallery makes sure young artists from any background have a potential platform for artistic expression. The fourth annual show will take place… Continue reading
The diverse movies all had fish in common.
Old languages need new words.
Instead of a night of speeches, this year’s Celebrating Our Ways of Life embraced hands-on activities. The Alaska Native Heritage Month celebration hosted by Central… Continue reading
Bob Sam lives up to his name. “My Tlingit name is Shaagunastaa,” Sam said during his Evening at Egan lecture Friday night at the University… Continue reading
Tidal Echoes is looking for new voices. The annual literary and arts journal sponsored by University of Alaska Southeast is seeking submissions of art, prose… Continue reading
Free screenings to be held at Gold Town.
Centennial Hall echoed Tuesday with the sound of centuries-old languages. The first-ever Voices of Our Ancestors language summit brought together dozens of speakers fluent in… Continue reading
The 36th annual holiday market will be open over Thanksgiving weekend.
A trio of sleek dorsal fins protruded from ground near the parking lot by Juneau Montessori School and captured the attention of some school children… Continue reading
You’ll hear it still. Portugal. The Man’s Grammy award-winning single “Feel It Still” was named Monday as one of five songs that will replace the… Continue reading
Even the wood chips in Wayne Price’s ongoing project have meaning. The master Tlingit carver and University of Alaska Southeast faculty member is deep into… Continue reading
Soboleff’s sons and daughter loan collection to Sealaska Heritage Institute for display.
This week’s word is x‘áakw, which means sockeye that has entered fresh water.
Contemporary designs made by artists and UAS professors.
The Juneau Piano Series is ready for Round 2.
Even if you’ve seen the movie and read the book, Theater at Latitude 58’s take on “Matilda” will have surprises.
Attendees get a dose of kraut know-how.