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Best pictures from the week of Sept. 16-21, 2018. Contact staff photographer Michael Penn at 523-2262 and firstname.lastname@example.org.… Continue reading
Style doesn’t have to be complicated. Matt Weighman, a visitor from the UK, keeps it simple by wearing a woven grey Zara Man jacket over… Continue reading
Thunder Mountain girls varsity team competes against Ketchikan High School at Thunder Mountain High School in Juneau on Friday, Sept. 15, 2018. TMHS won 3-0… Continue reading
I am usually hiking or climbing. This time I wanted to get on the water.
Submit your Wild Shots to the Empire.
Mountain girls varsity team competes against Sitka High School at Thunder Mountain High School in Juneau on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018. Contact staff photographer Michael… Continue reading
Pictures from First Friday around downtown Juneau on Sept. 7, 2018.
The Capital City Weekly welcomes reader-submitted photos of art in unusual or unexpected places. To submit, email your photos and captions to email@example.com.… Continue reading
Nothing fills your lungs, your eyes and your soul like Alaska.
Scenes from the First Friday, Aug. 3, 2018, art walk in downtown Juneau.… Continue reading
This past weekend, my friend Zach Gianotti was back in town for a summer visit, which means I had new company for this week’s adventure.… Continue reading
The Jungle Book will be performed this weekend in Sitka by the Sitka Cirque. This rendition of the stories by Rudyard Kipling will follow a… Continue reading
The USS O’Kane pulls into port Saturday afternoon. The O’Kane, a Basline 5.3 Flight II Arleigh Burke-class guided missle destroyer, is the 27th destroyer of… Continue reading
Haines residents and veterans watch as the Dei Shu Dancers of Haines and the Klukwan Chilkat Dancers celebrate the unveiling of a Tlingit screen and… Continue reading
More than 100 people participated in this year’s Spring Tide Scramble, aka the Mud Run, through the Mendenhall wetlands. Mud Course (4 miles) Top 15… Continue reading
Juneau elementary school teachers took their students out of the classroom on Friday to enjoy the lowest tide of the month, -4.2 feet, for “Seaweek”… Continue reading
Git Hayetsk dancers from Metlakatla and British Columbia performed Saturday, March 25 for the University of Alaska Southeast’s first annual spring showcase. The group’s leaders… Continue reading
Riverbend Elementary School hosted three other elementary schools as several dozen grade schoolers competed in Native Youth Olympics on Friday.… Continue reading