We’ll get the details on tonight’s Evening at Egan presentation about Abraham Lincoln, with guest Dr. David Noon, Chair of the UAS Social Sciences Department; Betsy Sims & Jane Roodenburg will be here with details about Sunday’ fundraiser, Blues for Buddy; we’ll find out about Saturday’s Comedy Show at Marlintini’s, with guests Dan Finkl and Lance Mitchell; and Rick Trostel will be joined by floutist Lana Swanson to highlight the Juneau Student Symphony’s weekend’s performances of Dvorak’s New World Symphony.
To donate auction items for the Blues for Buddy fundraiser, call Cheryl Cook at 586-6984 or email email@example.com.
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For information about the fundraiser or to make a donation, call Betsy Sims at 209-3202 or email email@example.com
- Young says he sympathizes with the 9/11 victims, but says the law allowing them to sue Saudi Arabia threatens national security and the safety of Americans deployed abroad.
- About 4,500 acres of heavily-logged forest will return to wilderness under a deal involving the federal government and a Southeast Alaska Native corporation.
- Andy Larson, 79, and Matthew Hanes, 32, hoisted from S/V Rafiki about 170 miles south of Sand Point early Wednesday.
- The company that sent the first big luxury cruise ship through U.S. and Canadian Arctic waters is preparing the Crystal Serenity for a repeat performance in 2017. But one expert believes this year’s historic transit doesn’t mean the Arctic is likely to become a hotspot for global shipping anytime soon.