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Saturday night show to serve as a fundraiser for Aak’w Rock Indigenous Music Festival.
Kate Troll’s memoir details discovery of siblings and new appreciation of her mother.
Tucked amongst the endless array of fog-coated islands that make up the Tongass National Forest, on the northwest edge of Kupreanof Island, is the small… Continue reading
If your hometown could talk, they asked, what would it say?
If you think the Mendenhall Mall is dead, you haven’t been there lately. Three years ago, Mendenhall Mall — the 200,000-square-foot shopping center in the… Continue reading
“Ingenious” Indigenous art creates a Gore-Tex like material for raincoats and more.
Musicians, authors and artists, oh my!
Musicians with tribal roots from Canada to South America converge for Indigenous Big Band concerts
Play wraps up run with shows this weekend.
There are many ways to smoke salmon, but it takes discipline to take the time to learn and listen.
This award-winning article has been moved in front of the Juneau Empire’s paywall. “My first bear encounter was when I was young. I walked out… Continue reading
Pronounced FOO-ree-kaw-kay, meaning “to sprinkle.”
Dozens of pieces were on display at the gallery Friday night.
“Getting engaged starts at the kitchen table with what you’re feeding your family.”
Application period now open for nonprofit beneficiaries.
Nearly a dozen Southeast Alaska-based Black, Indigenous and other artists of color took the stage.
The story starts with a group of teens in the mid-’90s. Now, the park is heading toward a new era.
New exhibitions, live music and more
Chloey Cavanaugh and Lin Davis featured artists.