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Aidan Key is one of the driving forces in documentary “The Most Dangerous Year,” which will be shown in Juneau, Thursday night. Key is an author, speaker and community organizer. (Courtesy Photo | thedarlingbudphotography.com)
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Aidan Key is one of the driving forces in documentary “The Most Dangerous Year,” which will be shown in Juneau, Thursday night. Key is an author, speaker and community organizer. (Courtesy Photo | thedarlingbudphotography.com)
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First Friday at the Alaska State Library, Archives and Museum will focus on the history of canneries in Southeast Alaska. (Courtesy Photo | Alaska State Library, Karen Hofstad collection, MS 300)
First Friday at the Alaska State Library, Archives and Museum will focus on the history of canneries in Southeast Alaska. (Courtesy Photo | Alaska State Library, Karen Hofstad collection, MS 300)
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(Unsplash | Jefferson Santos)
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Daniel Firmin plays a two-song set during the Mountainside Open Mic & Art Night at The Rookery on Oct. 31, 2018. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)
Daniel Firmin plays a two-song set during the Mountainside Open Mic & Art Night at The Rookery on Oct. 31, 2018. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)
Members of the LGBT community show their pride in the 2014 Juneau Fourth of July Parade. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)

Get ready for Pride 2019

This year’s happenings mark a milestone.

Members of the LGBT community show their pride in the 2014 Juneau Fourth of July Parade. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)

Planet Alaska: A bunch of hooligans at fishcamp

This fish is in every Wrangellite’s DNA.

Theater Review: New show gets laughs from bawdy, body humor

If you’ve seen London and France, consider seeing this.

In this photo from March 15, 2019, Gigi Monroe, left, clutches a bouquet courtesy of organist T.J. Duffy, right, after a St. Patrick’s Day-themed performance at the State Office Building. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)
In this photo from March 15, 2019, Gigi Monroe, left, clutches a bouquet courtesy of organist T.J. Duffy, right, after a St. Patrick’s Day-themed performance at the State Office Building. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)
Ericka Lee, Marian Call, Jocelyn Miles and Collette Costa sing. Those four plus other locals are part of a new Gospel Explosion Show coming Sunday. (Courtesy Photo | Brian Wallace)
Ericka Lee, Marian Call, Jocelyn Miles and Collette Costa sing. Those four plus other locals are part of a new Gospel Explosion Show coming Sunday. (Courtesy Photo | Brian Wallace)
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