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You can’t understand “dry cold” until you feel it.
Scenes from this year’s Public Market.
Turkeys, tattoos and tree lighting.
It’s dark all the time now. When you leave for work or school, there is no light coming home either. Winter in Juneau.
Best Pictures of the Week for Nov. 12-19, 2018.
Scenes from the Celebrating Our Ways of Life event.
Your shot for free turkey.
Photographs from the first-ever Voices of Our Ancestors Native Language Summit, taking place in Juneau this week. The summit was co-sponsored by Sealaska Heritage Institute,… Continue reading
A fresh new winter season feels good.
Best Pictures of the Week from Nov. 5-10, 2018, by staff photographer Michael Penn. Contact staff photographer Michael Penn at 523-2262 and firstname.lastname@example.org.… Continue reading
Children trick-or-treating at downtown Juneau businesses for Halloween. It is the fourth year Kindred Post has organized the Halloween celebration for trick-or-treaters. Seventy-one merchants were… Continue reading
The 16th annual Halloween Open Skate took place Friday at Treadwell Arena. Juneau Pediatric Dentistry sponsored the event, which was co-hosted by Treadwell Arena and… Continue reading
Costume contests, live music, burlesque and more meant costume-clad celebration Saturday night in downtown Juneau. The night featured inflatible, fighting dinosaurs, unicorns, videogame characters and… Continue reading
Slideshow of the U.S. Coast Guard Station Juneau Haunted Station in Juneau on Friday, Oct. 26, 2018. Contact staff photographer Michael Penn at 523-2262 and… Continue reading
Best photos of the week by staff photographer Michael Penn from Oct. 21-26, 2018. Contact staff photographer Michael Penn at 523-2262 and email@example.com.… Continue reading
The Juneau Trap Team hosted the fourth annual Southeast Fall Tournament this weekend at the Juneau Gun Club. Close to 20 team members will be… Continue reading
I guess it’s OK to take a break.
Nothing fills your lungs, your eyes and your soul like Alaska.
People attend a Celebrate Survivors gathering sponsored by Central Council Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska and AWARE in the Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall on… Continue reading