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The event is part of a resurgent trend for traditional weaving.
A poem by Alexis Ross Miller.
There’s still time for spruce tips.
Longtime teacher and photojournalist feted.
Sealaska Heritage Institute announces winners.
A poem by Diane DeSloover.
A poem by Daniel Branch
Other communities join the arts celebration, too.
Zines and pop-up shops could be coming later on.
Mistakes or “learning experiences?”
“Doom” Fiona Apple and more.
Pod-casting a wide net for talented creators.
A poem by Mary Lou Spartz.
“This place is the lungs-of-the-island,” my dad says. “The air is really clean up here.”
Belugas no longer visit, he laments, and the sea ice thins earlier every year. His house sinks as permafrost no longer is. Seabirds wash up… Continue reading
Give space while we’re in the grocery store and also while we’re in the wilderness.
First Friday goes on.
He’s a Tlingit master carver, UAS instructor and his work can be seen around Juneau.
Physical event postponed until next year.
Who and what are you sheltering for?