Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
We’ll learn about Career Education opportunities at UAS from Pete Traxler, who teaches in construction classes;
Dean Guaneli and Christine Crooks will be here to highlight his First Friday exhibit of his recent ceramic work at the Franklin Street Gallery;
Ben Huff will give us an audio snapshot of his solo show of photographs of the Alaska Haul Road, and Drew Michael will be here to talk about his solo show of carved masks, both opening this afternoon at the Alaska State Museum.;
And, we’ll get a preview of tonight’s Fireside lecture about Earthquakes & Tsunamis in Southeast Alaska, with Juneau’s Emergency Programs Manager, Tom Mattice;
That, plus Writer’s Almanac, music and more, Friday on KTOO-News.
- While much of the recent focus has been on the opioid crisis, a report found that alcohol use causes more economic damage.
- Eight Arctic nations, six circumpolar indigenous groups, and over 30 representatives from other countries and organizations participate in the intergovernmental forum.
- A tsunami warning drill takes place once a year, and one village in Southeast has not forgotten the importance of being ready when disaster strikes.
- Nome turns into a bit of a carnival when the Iditarod winner mushes into town. For nearly a week, racers continue arriving before the banquet that officially concludes each year’s Iditarod.