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Paul Gardinier, an exhibit specialist, works to install a Nathan Jackson retrospective in the gallery at the Walter Soboleff Center on Monday, March 25, 2019. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)
Paul Gardinier, an exhibit specialist, works to install a Nathan Jackson retrospective in the gallery at the Walter Soboleff Center on Monday, March 25, 2019. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

Planet Alaska: I believe in ferries

Ferries are a part of Alaska’s culture.

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Review: ‘Guys and Dolls’ a whole bushel of fun

Warning: You will hum show tunes in the shower afterward.

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Writers’ Weir: My Son

A poem submitted by reader Diane DeSloover

Former Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Bud Carpeneti, board member for the New JACC Partnership, second from the left, describes one of three proposals for New JACC and Centennial Hall improvements during a Assembly Standing Committee meeting on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Michele Elfers, deputy director for the city Parks and Recreation Department, left, Liz Perry, President and CEO for Travel Juneau, and Craig Dahl, executive director for the Juneau Chamber of Commerce, right, also spoke during the panel discussion. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)
Former Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Bud Carpeneti, board member for the New JACC Partnership, second from the left, describes one of three proposals for New JACC and Centennial Hall improvements during a Assembly Standing Committee meeting on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Michele Elfers, deputy director for the city Parks and Recreation Department, left, Liz Perry, President and CEO for Travel Juneau, and Craig Dahl, executive director for the Juneau Chamber of Commerce, right, also spoke during the panel discussion. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

Art in Unusual Places

Reader submitted photos of art in unusual places.

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Filmmaker talks digging into proposed Chilkat Valley mining project

‘Rock, Paper, Fish’ takes a skeptical, nuanced look at proposed Palmer Project.

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Gwaii Edenshaw, co-director and co-writer of the Haida-language film “SG̲aawaay Ḵ’uuna (Edge of the Knife )” said the efforts of language preservationists and the knowledge of fluent speakers were indispensable when making his movie. ( Courtesy Photo | Niijang Xyaalas Productions. Copyright Isuma Distribution International)
Gwaii Edenshaw, co-director and co-writer of the Haida-language film “SG̲aawaay Ḵ’uuna (Edge of the Knife )” said the efforts of language preservationists and the knowledge of fluent speakers were indispensable when making his movie. ( Courtesy Photo | Niijang Xyaalas Productions. Copyright Isuma Distribution International)
Matt Walker said he started growing his beard about 17 years ago when his then-girlfriend and now-wife said it looked like he could grow a beard. He’s now spearheading the creation of Juneau Beard Club. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)
Matt Walker said he started growing his beard about 17 years ago when his then-girlfriend and now-wife said it looked like he could grow a beard. He’s now spearheading the creation of Juneau Beard Club. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

Planet Alaska: Winter stories

Wintertime is for remembering and also for making new stories.

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