Today at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore will host. Art Rotch will tell us about next week’s series of readings, plays and panel discussion called the Land Marks Festival, which will look at place, culture, and identity in theatre; we’ll talk with Lee Witt and Kristi Evans of the Brickhouse Band, who’ll be plauying tomorrow night at the Shriners’ Ball; we’ll get a preview of tonight’s Fireside Lecture; and Laura Dameron will be here to highlight an upcoming series of Hospice workshops on Guidance Through Grief.
It’s do-or-die week in Olympia. It's cliché to say, but if lawmakers don’t pass a budget and send it to the governor for his signature before midnight on Friday, state government will go into partial shutdown. Washington lawmakers are optimistic that won’t happen.
MudroomsReal people. real stories. Live, on stage. “Mudrooms” is a community-powered monthly event in Juneau, where real people tell real stories, live. Anchorage has “Arctic Entries”. In Juneau, we’re just as sophisticated – just a little muddier. Mudrooms’ creators are Amanda Compton and Alida Bus. Audio production by Marc Wheeler.
Focus On Community“Focus on Community” is an hour long, public affairs program hosted by different volunteer, community members each week. The format ranges from in-studio discussions, to live call-ins. Topics vary from peace initiatives to mental health problems to hotly debated town issues. Any and all community members are invited to present a show idea and work with us to bring it the air.
Telling Tales with Ms. GEach week, host, Ms.G, reads a selection of writing based around a given theme. Audio of her show is available the following day here on our website.