Pat Moore hosts. He’ll speak with Samia Savell from the Juneau Field Office of the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service about the Seasonal High Tunnel temporary greenhouse cost sharing program; Steve Kocsis will highlight tonight’s Planetarium presentation on the Northern Lights, Science & Art; Fairbanks-based author Ross Coen will tell us about his latest book, Breaking Ice for Arctic Oil: The Epic Voyage of the SS Manhatten Through the Northwest Passage – Ross will be in town Wednesday to sign his books at Heritage Bookstore; and Alysia Jones and Marie Darlin from the City Museum will announce the Juneau History Grant Application program – applications available now and due June 29.
Representatives of Ketchikan High School’s volleyball team came to the Ketchikan School Board on Wednesday with a long list of complaints, including gender bias, alleged violations of Title IX, and objectification of the athletes involved in volleyball.
KRNN launches it’s sixth Spotlight Series season with a special performance by Dave McGraw and Mandy Fer on October 5th. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. at the Gold Town Nickelodeon, show starts promptly at 7 p.m.
Internationally-acclaimed, indie-folk songwriter duo from the San Juan Islands, Dave McGraw and Mandy Fer are thrilled to return to Juneau for this special performance. Together, their exceptional vocal harmonies coupled with Fer’s pioneering electric guitar work have become a vehicle to carry them around the world, sharing stages with fellow troubadours including Iron & Wine, Glen Hansard, Gregory Alan Isakov, Kelly Joe Phelps, Birds of Chicago and many others.
Tickets are $15 in advance at the station and online, $18 at the door.