All week we have a fabulous line up for “Tideline”. Each night DJ’s are going to do an hour in the KRNN studio with live musicians and performance, and then in the second hour we’re going to go live to the KTOO-TV studios where a special recording will be happing all week called “Alaska Originals”. Musicans from around Juneau and the state have been hand selected to record a special concert that will be made in to a Statewide TV program for broadcast later this year. This recording is not open to the public but you’ll have front row seats at this special recording by tuning in to KRNN.
Here’s the run down for the week:
Monday, April 9, 2012, Katie Bausler is host
5p-6p: Katie Henry live from the KTOO TV Studios
6p-7p: selections from more faves including Tim Easton, the late Buddy Tabor and The Great Alaska Bluegrass Band.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012, Kate Burkhart is host
5p-6p: Kate will bring great music from the KRNN Studio
6p-7p: Zahasky Family live from the KTOO TV Studios
Wednesday, April 11, 2012, Angelina Ahrens is host
5p-6p: Dean Franck – singer/songwriter in Juneau by way of Lemont, IL will sing a few ramshackle spirituals and Nicole Church – local singer/songwriter playing a few original tunes
6p-7p: Sarah Hanson live from the KTOO TV Studios
Thursday, April 12, 2012, Wendy Girven is host
5p-6p: Wendy will bring great music from the KRNN Studio including live performance form Erin Hanson
6p-7p: Amy Hettinger from Anchorage live from the KTOO TV Studios
Friday, April 13, 2012, Grace Elliot is host
5p – 7p: two hours chock full of live performance. The Gospel Choir, Irene Muller, The Henhouse (Wenday Jo and Lizzie), Sammy Burrous (going to need tech support! electric guitar), Interview w/ Sat Nam Kaur Khalsa (Bhangra workshop), A little noodling w/ Noodle of Doum. A funky folky line up!
- Large projects can often be contentious, and two of the most debated state projects in the past few years have been the Knik Arm Crossing and the Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project.
- Gov. Bill Walker announced an additional $10 million cut to the University of Alaska.
- The largest share of that cut is to the account the state uses to partially reimburse local governments for school bonds.
- Inmates will be moved to other corrections centers and halfway houses or possibly put on ankle monitoring, depending on the situation.