We’ll get a preview of tonight’s Evening at Egan presentation, Big Arts in a Small Town, with Linda Rosenthal, Art Rotch, and Kyle Pickett;
Authors Royal and Nancy Bidwell will discuss their new book, Soul Shaking Grief;
Kim Metcalfe and Kim Naylor will be here to highlight the City Museum’s First Friday exhibit celebrating the Centennial of the ANB;
And Author Teri Sloat will talk about her presentation tonight at the Downtown Library, Visual Art & Story – Connecting with Kids..
That, Writers’ Almanac, music and more, today at 3,
- Walker said the state government risks spending all of its savings if it denies there’s a problem and hopes for oil prices to rise.
- Newtok had hoped President Obama would declare a major disaster on its behalf before leaving office. A disaster declaration would have unlocked federal relief funding that could be used for relocation.
- Brad Snow and his girlfriend Lilly Allen were living on the Yukon River when writer John McPhee came through. Snow and McPhee spent four days together in a canoe.
- The Republican-led Senate majority is more focused on cutting spending to close the state’s budget deficit than the new mostly Democratic House majority or independent Gov. Bill Walker.