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Nonfiction prose by Mike Clemens.
While some look to the groundhog for signs of spring, I look to plants.
It was love at first listen.
United States Artists awards $50,000 to the Ketchikan-based artist.
A variety of local talent is on display in “Mapmaker’s Mistake.”
The prestigious award for her illustration work tails her Google Doodle being featured in December.
These gifts are my holdfasts.
In Juneau, the event will be marked with beer drops, deals and a scavenger hunt.
They took each new change as an adventure. Be like dogs.
Bjorn Dihle wanted to write a book about brown bears, man and how the two species get along that wasn’t scary. “I didn’t want to… Continue reading
A poem by Lin Davis.
In these hard times, our Southeast Alaskan gifting culture is more apparent.
Alaskans won’t need to Google her.
How did he know?
A chilly new single about running from the law invokes the Last Frontier.
Perseverance production works whether you love the source material.
Four Juneauites and the city itself among the eight honored.
We’ve been eating all of our favorite soul foods because now is now.
‘This is a variety show of the best kind’: Dozens of Juneau artists contribute to digital production
With dozens of acts performing and more than 40 artists involved, “From Juneau With Love” is like a “12 Days of Christmas” line on steroids.… Continue reading
It’s different, but a lot of things should still ring a bell.