He’ll talk with Fumi Matsumato about her art show, opening Friday at the Canvas;
Kay Kanne, from the Juneau Family Health & Birth Center, will be here to highlight their Pregnancy Circles;
Rick Trostel will offer a preview of the ypcoming season for the Juneau Student Symphony;
We’ll find out about this weekend’s JUMP Society Film Festival;
And Nancy DeCherney will give us the rundown on art happenings in the capital city during Arts Up.
- The Congressional Budget Office has what amounts to a warning for “sparsely populated areas” in its analysis of the Senate’s draft health care reform bill.
- Mayor Ken Koelsch, Debbie White and Mary Becker opposed it. Deputy Mayor Jerry Nankervis was on a scratchy phone connection and did not respond to the roll call to vote.
- The proposal for a 130-unit high-rise apartment building to be built over a downtown city parking lot has alarmed some community members. But city officials say there is no final plan and closure of the deal is still months away.
- “Things have to have an endpoint to it, or they have to have something that keeps directing you, telling you that you’re in the right area,” said troopers spokeswoman Megan Peters.