We’ll find out about this weekend’s Juneau Symphony performances with guests, Kyle Pickett and Dr. Noise; we’ll discover the lengths some people will go to for a cup of coffee, with guests, Grady Saunders and Marie Gregovich, from Heritage Coffee; we’ll learn about the Big Brothers/Big Sisters School Mentoring Program with Elementary School Counselors, Leslie Scranton and Tristan Berkey; and we’ll learn about the Rental/Repair Shop at Eaglecrest, with Supervisor Mike Cole.
- Juneau's first state-certified commercial cannabis farm is up and running with plans to start selling their products as soon as October.
- The Crystal Serenity is carrying 980 passengers on a 32-day journey from Anchorage to New York City. The cruise ship is the largest ever to navigate the Northwest Passage, a voyage of many other firsts for Crystal Cruises, according to captain Birger Vorland.
- So far, the Juneau School District has enrolled about 230 more students than it expected. If the higher enrollment remains true in October, the district could get enough additional state funding to cover a near $200,000 deficit.
- Juneau-based nonprofit, Southeast Alaska Land Trust, was denied its property tax exemption earlier this year. Now the Assembly will take another look.