Capital City Weekly

Concert celebrates 30 years of joyful noise

This is the year to catch up on a 30-year-old tradition.

“Doragon” by Beth Bolander, modeled by Dani Gross, at the Wearable Art Show at Centennial Hall on Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018. Doragon placed third in the Juror’s Best in Show. It also drew criticism as cultural appropriation, which led to some guidelines for this year’s fashion show. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)
“Doragon” by Beth Bolander, modeled by Dani Gross, at the Wearable Art Show at Centennial Hall on Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018. Doragon placed third in the Juror’s Best in Show. It also drew criticism as cultural appropriation, which led to some guidelines for this year’s fashion show. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

I want to live an incredible story

You are important, and so is your story.

Train-ing day at Juneau-Douglas City Museum

Some model trains were over 100 years old.

Book Review: ‘Roughly For the North”

“Roughly for the North” scratches the same itch as a favorite, devastating breakup album.

Juneau Empire and Capital City Weekly staff picks for this year

Here’s what we read, watched and listened to in 2018.

Alaska State Library partnership gets $9,000 to assess data usage

The grant will support data valuation work for Alaska’s Statewide Data Hub project.

Bad sweaters and a good cause

They wore ugly sweaters for a good cause.

Holiday happenings: Things to do to celebrate

The most wonderful and busiest time of the year.

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Band Director Amy Bibb adjusts the microphone as freshman Toby Russell, left, and senior Dakota Morgan sing with the Juneau-Douglas High School Jazz Band during a holiday music concert at JDHS on Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)
Band Director Amy Bibb adjusts the microphone as freshman Toby Russell, left, and senior Dakota Morgan sing with the Juneau-Douglas High School Jazz Band during a holiday music concert at JDHS on Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)