Host Pat Moore will talk to Len Kamerling, curator of the film collection of the Museum of the North, about The Drums of Winter, showing Wednesday on 360 North; Barb Angaiak, president of NEA-Alaska, will be here to talk about the state’s largest union; Lisa Egan-Lagerquist will be here to highlight next week’s LunaFest film festival; and we’ll discuss the choice 8th graders will have to make about the high school they’ll be attending with Catherine Milliron of the Juenau School District.
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.
KRNN launches it’s sixth Spotlight Series season with a special performance by Dave McGraw and Mandy Fer on October 5th. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. at the Gold Town Nickelodeon, show starts promptly at 7 p.m.
Internationally-acclaimed, indie-folk songwriter duo from the San Juan Islands, Dave McGraw and Mandy Fer are thrilled to return to Juneau for this special performance. Together, their exceptional vocal harmonies coupled with Fer’s pioneering electric guitar work have become a vehicle to carry them around the world, sharing stages with fellow troubadours including Iron & Wine, Glen Hansard, Gregory Alan Isakov, Kelly Joe Phelps, Birds of Chicago and many others.
Tickets are $15 in advance at the station and online, $18 at the door.