We’ll talk with author P.T. Custard, about her new children’s book, The Crowded Backyard, prior to Friday’s booksigning at Hearthside Books downtown; Aram Aghazarian and Jed Hancock-Brainerd will be here to talk about their roles in Perseverance Theatre’s production of The 39 Steps; we’ll highlight First Friday activities in the Senate Building with Alana Ballam-Schwann of Figment; Dianne Anderson and Mark Vinsel of the Juneau Artists Gallery; and we’ll get a preview of tonight’s/Wednesday’s Wildlife Wednesday program featuring Ernestine Hayes.
- The flag flies on public buildings and is often waved at sporting events, but it has not been a symbol the French personally embrace. That has changed dramatically in the wake of the Nov. 13 attacks.
- Studies recommended relocating villages like Newtok, Kivalina and Shishmaref. But more than 10 years later they are still there, with waves getting higher and storms getting stronger.
- New research suggests Pacific halibut may adapt favorably to increased ocean temperatures. Greenland halibut may not be so lucky.
- “So what we’re seeing here is a giant step — a beautiful step — backward in time, where we’re remembering that there is no us versus them. There’s only us, and we are the people, and the people are the police."