We’ll talk with Paul Rosenthal and Jessalyn Rintala about classical concerts offered during this year’s Juneau Jazz & Classics Festival; Stacey Poulson will be here to highlight upcoming activities at the Nugget Mall; Kathy Calvin, tonight’s Juneau World Affairs council speaker, will talk about Alaska and the United Nations; Lucy Merrill will be here with details about Saturday’s concert by the Celebration Handbell Ringers; and we’ll learn about Bigfoot and other Lost Souls, opening this week at Perseverance Theatre.
- The Senate State Affairs Committee heard public testimony from across Alaska on Senate Bill 128.
- Her pottery features a technique called Mishima that allows her to etch fine dark lines onto the surface of her porcelain pieces, marrying her background in drawing and illustration with organic three-dimensional forms.
- The City and Borough of Juneau has named candidates for two top positions: city manager and chief housing officer.
- Judge Pfiffner said he would issue a “lengthy” decision by the end of March at the earliest. He said his decision was likely only a “speed bump” on the way to the state Supreme Court.