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Say cello to the guest artist: Symphony performance features L.A. Philharmonic’s principal cellist
Concert will include Dvořák’s Cello Concerto among other selections.
Resilient Peoples & Place: Traditional food fair and farmers summit represent breadth of Southeast Alaska’s food system
Southeast is energized for a new season of cultivating and harvesting a bounty of fresh local food.
Take your shot at a Gold Medal logo
Upcoming milestone prompts call for art.
Formline lessons bring geometry and art together for TMHS students
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
Learn more about salmon at this winter’s final Mendenhall Minis event
The series returned in-person after two years of online only
Coast Guard band comes to the Last Frontier
“Ready for the Call” tour in Juneau and Anchorage in April.
Planet Alaska: Life jackets and binoculars
I can see things more clearly with my binoculars, yet there’s a sensation of floating…
Closed: Find Me At The Gym
Basketball is a game that rounds out the rough edges of life.
Take a peek at what’s happening for First Friday
This First Friday is going to be a busy one in downtown Juneau. New artistic exhibitions, a special theatrical event and more are planned for… Continue reading
Springing forward with a famous farewell
Trio of piano concerts at JACC highlight Schubert’s last sonatas
Alaska Folk Fest returns soon —but there’s still time to apply to perform
This year will be split between JACC and JDHS.
Resilient Peoples & Place: Bringing the next generation’s voices to the table
“Getting engaged starts at the kitchen table with what you’re feeding your family.”
Planet Alaska: A float house named Sea Pig
“I’ve always had a fascination with float house life.”
Celebration marks completion of mural
A place of “honor, dignity and respect”
Crushing it at Carnegie
Juneau student ensemble, among four in U.S. to play in NYC last summer, perform tribute show Sat.
Theater takes to airwaves in collaborative festival
Theater Alaska, KTOO and Juneau Ghost Light Theatre present radio plays.
Fluting solo: Esteemed Juneau musician to perform first solo concert in nearly a decade
Con Brio’s Sally Schlichting will perform a series of classical chamber pieces on the flute
Planet Alaska: Salmonberries in winter
Sometimes in the winter, I dream of salmonberries…
Here’s what’s happening for First Friday
Dorolyn Alper is Juneau Artists Gallery’s featured artist for February.
90 shorts talks: The work of ‘professional Volunteer’ Mary Lou King
The Southeast Alaska starter kit would look something like this: An Alaska Airlines credit card, a pair of Xtratufs, and a copy of “90 Plus… Continue reading