Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
We’ll hear from Kyle Wylie Picket and Roald Simonson about the conversation they’ll be having on incorporating film into symphony performances as tonight’s UAS Sound & Motion presentation at the University of Alaska large lecture hall;
Deb Rudis, Wildlife Biologist and Environmental Contamination Specialist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, will give us a preview of her talk and slideshow about remnants of WWII battles on Attu Island tonight at 6:30 and 8:30 at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center ;
We’ll talk with Lu Seapy, Sandy Fiscus, Lavina Van Sickle, and Ric Iannolino about an upcoming Q & A session about FASD to be held Wednesday, January 23, from 4:30 to6:30 p.m. at the Gruening Park Learning Connection Center in Lemon Creek;
And we’ll meet the members of This Hope, a Christian music group who are giving a free concert tonight at 7 at Centennial Hall;
And, we’ll hear about tonight’s LunaFest film festival and silent auction at Centennial Hall. Proceeds go to fund women’s reproductive health and cancer research.
That, plus Writer’s Almanac, music and more, Friday on KTOO-News.
- The Juneau Assembly has ponied up another $1.2 million for the Housing First project. The 32-unit apartment complex and clinic is designed to serve Juneau's most vulnerable residents, many of them homeless
- The smoke was thick but through the gaps, it didn't look like much was left of the popular playground located in a park north of downtown Juneau.
- City Manager Rorie Watt said the city's costs for subdividing the land and closing the deal could be a quarter million dollars.
- Because some land in the refuge is privately owned, different rules for shotgun use technically applies.