Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
Phil Paramore, who manages the UAS Rec Center, will tell us about a concert with singer-songwriter John Elliott who will appear Friday, Feb. 1, at 7 p.m. as the first of a series of three First Friday arts events in the UAS Sound and Motion Series.
We’ll learn about the Juneau Retired Teachers Association with Jim Carroll, Mel Hursh, and Jerry Padderson;
Jessy Post, event coordinator, will be here with details about Project Homeless Connect which will begin linking homeless Juneauites with services and assistance at 9 a.m. Monday at Centennial Hall;
We’ll get a preview of Patrick Murphy’s concert this Saturday at the Rookery;
And we’ll find out about the Pick-Click & Give program with Program Director, Heather Beaty.
That, plus Writer’s Almanac, music and more, Friday on KTOO-News.
- Lindemuth has been in the position since Craig Richards resigned in June.
- Juneau grappled with the water fluoridation debate a decade ago and ultimately decided to scrap fluoride. Dentists say cavities in youngsters appear to be rising though there's been no hard data to confirm this trend.
- This week, we're responding to a listener who asked whether it's true that sea ice in Antarctic waters has been generally increasing, while Arctic sea ice has seen dramatic declines.
- Sen. Lisa Murkowski said it’s too early to judge the Trump presidency. She’s been skeptical of some of his actions, but in her annual address to the Alaska Legislature this morning, Murkowski presented the Trump administration as an opportunity for resource development.