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“This place is the lungs-of-the-island,” my dad says. “The air is really clean up here.”
Give space while we’re in the grocery store and also while we’re in the wilderness.
First Friday goes on.
He’s a Tlingit master carver, UAS instructor and his work can be seen around Juneau.
Physical event postponed until next year.
Who and what are you sheltering for?
Punk, science fiction, religious allegories featuring polar bears and more.
Reading, atching movies and investigating family trees.
“It’s painful to live in the unknown but that’s what we’re all doing.”
Life finds a way.
Tea-ing off on cold season.
“Beading has been a huge part of my healing.”
Recent releases to hunker down and enjoy.
“In Southeast Alaska communities, salmon head soup is an important part of our gift economy.”
Perseverance Theatre is postponing a play that was planned to open later this month. “Fun Home,” which is based on a graphic memoir by Alison… Continue reading
Internet, live transmission.
Clue-neau-Douglas High School theater’s play mixes mystery and comedy.
Here’s what’s happening for the week of March 12, 2020.