Today at 3 on KTOO-FM on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore will host. We’ll find out about Layers of Change: The Sitka Choose Respect Mural Project, a documentary of a community creating a mural which will airs tonight at 8 on 360 North TV; Emily Wall will be here with a preview of her Wildlife Wednesday presentation tomorrow; we’ll feature Laurie Scandling’s presentation from the February Mudrooms event; and we’ll find out about this afternoon’s Poetry Out Loud event from three high school students who pariticipated in the competition: Carson Barnes, Christopher Simms, and Raphael Sales, along with faculty member and event organizer Kristin Gerot from Thunder Mountain High School.
- Mayor Greg Fisk was found dead at his home on Kennedy Street earlier this afternoon.
- As a child in Iran, Parisa Elahian was told by school officials she wasn’t equal with other children. "They called us dirty, so they had to separate us from the other kids, so I was in the corner of the class," Elahian said.
- This weekend, crowds showed up in the pouring rain to do their holiday shopping at Juneau’s Public Market, but it wasn’t the only place in town to buy local goods.
- Southeast Alaska biologists had a rare opportunity to watch the hatching of thousands of market squid eggs.