Today at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
His first guest is Ernestine Hayes, whose UAS Evening at Egan presentation is entitled What Shall We Do with Our Histories? She’ll deliver her talk tonight at 7 in the UAS Egan Library.
Kristen Link is opening a First Friday, solo artist show at the Alaska State Museum. She’ll join Pat and Jacquie Manning, Curator of Exhibits, to discuss Kristen’s Drawing Amimals, Drawing from Nature show and the youth workshop she’ll lead on Saturday.
Rick Trostel, Conductor will join young violinist Nara Conlon to tell us about the Juneau Student Symphony’s Performances Sat at 7:30 and Sunday at 4:00 at the JACC.
M K MacNaughton, who’s moved from the Canvas “kitty corner across the street” to her own studio, Sketch. She’ll host an open house & website celebration tonight with an exhibit of paper baskets.
And Rebecca Gaguine of B’s Bakery Bistro will announce her one-year anniversary party. Come by and have a cupcake on the house, tonight from 4 to 7 p.m.
That, Writers’ Almanac, music and more, today at 3, on KTOO-NEWS.
- The Juneau Assembly outlawed certain marijuana refining methods for personal use Monday night in a 5-3 vote.
- The Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program has proposed turning the 70-year-old boarding school into an accelerated high school. Some members of the Edgecumbe community aren't happy about that.
- Nora Edith Thomas is charged with two counts of second degree murder for the death of Christopher Kenney.
- The House passed a resolution that limits committees to working on bills that raise or spend state revenue. House Democrats raised concerns that the rule change would reduce transparency.