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It’s almost the big day for “Little Women.”
Wrangell is not a place you might imagine there’d be a skin care company…
Concert will include Dvořák’s Cello Concerto among other selections.
Resilient Peoples & Place: Traditional food fair and farmers summit represent breadth of Southeast Alaska’s food system
Southeast is energized for a new season of cultivating and harvesting a bounty of fresh local food.
Upcoming milestone prompts call for art.
It was a quiet library as students bent over sketchbooks and concentrated on drawing Alaska Native designs including an eagle, wolf and killer whale. They… Continue reading
The series returned in-person after two years of online only
“Ready for the Call” tour in Juneau and Anchorage in April.
I can see things more clearly with my binoculars, yet there’s a sensation of floating…
Basketball is a game that rounds out the rough edges of life.
This First Friday is going to be a busy one in downtown Juneau. New artistic exhibitions, a special theatrical event and more are planned for… Continue reading
Trio of piano concerts at JACC highlight Schubert’s last sonatas
This year will be split between JACC and JDHS.
“I’ve always had a fascination with float house life.”
A place of “honor, dignity and respect”
Juneau student ensemble, among four in U.S. to play in NYC last summer, perform tribute show Sat.
Theater Alaska, KTOO and Juneau Ghost Light Theatre present radio plays.
Con Brio’s Sally Schlichting will perform a series of classical chamber pieces on the flute
Sometimes in the winter, I dream of salmonberries…
Dorolyn Alper is Juneau Artists Gallery’s featured artist for February.