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Dear Readers, here are Lessons from the Smokehouse, things we’ve learned in 2021.
‘May We Dream Collectively’
Yes, I’m thinking about fireweed in the middle of winter.
Writers’ Weir: Going through life with Good Intentions — Glen Phillips on music, politics, religion and nerd culture.
The longtime band fills a jangly niche all its own.
Cakes are a natural accompaniment to murders most foul.
‘Capitvating’ new exhibit contains artist’s lockdown work
The first Friday of 2022 brings a handful of arts-and-culture-connected events to downtown Juneau. Here’s a schedule of events provided by the Juneau Arts and… Continue reading
The history of reindeer in Alaska is complex.
What does this actually mean for the lives of Southeast Alaskans?
Southeast Alaska, through the eyes of a Tlingit child, a gift to us older humans.
‘I hope it becomes a staple’: Concertmaster
Tickets are now available
Family tradition returns with four live shows this weekend
We live in Tlingit Aaní on Kaachxaan.akw’w where our petroglyphs are a symbol of home.
License to vinyl.
Resilient Peoples & Place: Sitka Flowers The Chocolate Moose is a small business growing with its team
Small businesses like Sitka Flowers The Chocolate Moose bring character to our downtown streets.
Meet the symphony’s new music director
“Tidal Echoes” is accepting submissions now through Dec. 1.
“For America, it was kind of a lost play…”
Decade-hopping play inspires time capsule effort