We’ll get the details on tonight’s Evening at Egan presentation by Dr. Thomas King and some other upcoming events on the UAS campus from Lance Twitchell, an instructor in the university’s Native Studies Program and Nae Tmoolak,one of his students.
Barney McClure will be here to highlight this week’s cabaret concert, Singin’ in the Rain;
We’ll talk with author Ana Maria Spagna about tonight’s library presentation and Saturday’s writing workshop;
And we’ll find out about the JDHS production of
The Curious Savage, with director, Michaela Moore, and three members of the csst, Jessica Sullivan, Angela Wright, and Ellen Dyar.
- Alaskans for Life protest the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision every year. 'Women's March on Juneau' organizers said they chose to protest to show solidarity with other women's marches, like the 'Women's March on Washington.'
- As the Legislature looks to close a nearly $3 billion gap between state spending and revenue, Southeast lawmakers say school funding shouldn’t be cut further.
- Forty JPD officers would be equipped with body cameras that would be funded by matching grants from CBJ Assembly and U.S. Department of Justice.
- The new White House took action on four measures Friday night, notably on the Affordable Care Act and regulations. The White House did not immediately make it clear what exactly was signed.