- Subscriber Center
- Capital City Weekly
- Alaska Outdoors
- Opinion & Letters
- Community Calendar
- About Us
- Contact Us
- Policies & Terms
Miriam Wagoner never thought her poems would be published, let alone win national awards. But Sept. 9, the Juneau poet won a National Federation of… Continue reading
The Douglas Public library wasn’t quiet Saturday. The sounds of drums, singing and dancing from the Woosh.ji.een Dance Group echoed out from the library’s meeting… Continue reading
A play featuring a soda fountain set in early 20th century New England is absolutely relevant to present day Juneau, said its 20-something leads. “Our… Continue reading
The offer that changed Devita Stipek Writer’s life came as a surprise. In 2001, the Juneau artist received a Saturday phone call from a man… Continue reading
Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day has been an event in Anchorage for years, and now it’s coming to Juneau. The collaboration between Girl Scouts… Continue reading
Juneau Public Libraries will host an Alaska Native Cultural Festival Saturday. The free and open-to-the-public event starts at 2 p.m. at the Douglas Public Library,… Continue reading
Pictures from First Friday around downtown Juneau on Sept. 7, 2018.
Brian Van Kirk, music chair at Thunder Mountain High School, is hosting a Musical Instrument Donation Drive. On Saturday, Sept.8 from 9 a.m.-noon at TMHS,… Continue reading
Tiny cod fish are reappearing around Kodiak. Researchers aim to find out if it is a blip, or a sign that the stock is recovering… Continue reading
For more than 30 years, kids and adults alike have picked up copies of the “Where’s Waldo?” book series to see if they could spot… Continue reading
Megan Duncanson is living the dream, or as she likes to call it, the MAD life. MAD Art Designs, short for Megan Aroon Duncanson, is… Continue reading
Chilkat Charlie introduced himself to the Capital City Weekly in Tlingit.
Two Alaska Native students are getting in touch with their heritage by serving as interns at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Sequoyah National… Continue reading
Tackling energy loss can be difficult, in part, because it’s hard to see. Energy creeps out through creaky door frames and window cracks in the… Continue reading
I was saddened to read recently that the Presbyterian Church of Sitka was planning to close its doors after more than a hundred years.
As Gov. Bill Walker prepares to sign a bill this week enacting the Alaska Mariculture Development Plan, 16 new applicants hope to soon begin growing… Continue reading
“Doesn’t Mummo know how to cook without spruce tips?” Grandson Jackson said to his mom, my daughter Brea. She explained I’m experimenting with spruce tips:… Continue reading
For those of you that may have missed our introduction article, your hosts at Planet Alaska are a mother/daughter duo. My mother is a writer… Continue reading
There is continuity between generations of rural Alaskans that defies time and the state’s vast distances. This was recently shown to me when I was… Continue reading
Mail days are an ordeal.