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Planet Alaska: The essence of the rainforest
Drinking naturally flavored water is one of the best things about living in Lingit Aani.
JAMM students jazz up festival finale
Alumni of local youth music program get tips from pro trio before taking center stage at JDHS.
Tidal Echoes waves in submissions from across Southeast Alaska
UAS’s Tidal Echoes opens to accept all mediums of art to be featured in its annual journal
‘She really touched people’s hearts in very meaningful ways’
Longtime AWARE staff member remembered for generosity, acceptance.
Starting a new chapter: Author talks forthcoming book, impending move
“I don’t think I’ll ever find a group of communities that interest me as much as Alaska.”
Factual or fishy? Fact-checking ‘The Salmon Dance’ for the song’s 15th anniversary
Fact-checking the “Salmon Dance” on its 15th anniversary
Here’s what’s happening on First Frday
Friday, Sept. 1.
Juneau artists among this year’s Rasmuson Foundation award winners
“I feel 100% like a product of my environment, that environment being Juneau.”
‘All Sorts’ a film for those feeling out of sorts
Microbudget movie about a surreal commune of cubical drones screens at Gold Town Theater on Sept. 8
Tale of historic Wrangell shipwreck surfaces in podcast
1908 sinking of Star of Bengal, which killed 111, is narrated by locals in 5-part series.
Resilient Peoples & Place: The magic and power of berry picking with Michaeala Goade
Adventure, magic and feeling connected and grounded to home.
Local artist continues family legacy ahead of upcoming art show: The granddaughter of the late local artist Rie Muñoz is set to host her first art show sharing her same gallery
“We’re kind of breathing new life into this space that we all care about so much and love so much”
Planet Alaska: Rescuing Ada
Dog days of summer.
Artists showcase Alaska-influenced work during First Friday
First Friday holds up through bad weather
Here’s what’s happening for First Friday
Keke Tian Ke featured artist for August at Juneau Artists Gallery
Planet Alaska: The language of berries
Like the berries, the language lives on the land.
Resilient Peoples & Place: Alaska Youth Stewards program equips next generation of Prince of Wales land managers
“This work is restorative…”
Writers’ Weir: Two poems by Monique Crisafi
Southeast Alaska-inspired poems by Monique Crisafi.
Author Linda Buckley’s collection of poetry celebrates life in Alaska
New book of poetry reflects on 50 years of living in Southeast
Old friends reunite for packed house blues performance at Crystal Saloon
Blues night special.