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.
- While much of the recent focus has been on the opioid crisis, a report found that alcohol use causes more economic damage.
- Eight Arctic nations, six circumpolar indigenous groups, and over 30 representatives from other countries and organizations participate in the intergovernmental forum.
- A tsunami warning drill takes place once a year, and one village in Southeast has not forgotten the importance of being ready when disaster strikes.
- Nome turns into a bit of a carnival when the Iditarod winner mushes into town. For nearly a week, racers continue arriving before the banquet that officially concludes each year’s Iditarod.