We’ll talk with Dr. Monica Osborne of the Glazer Institute of Jewish Studies at Pepperdine University and Sol Neely of UAS about Dr. Osborne’s presentation as the final event of the Transgenerational Suffering Symposium which has run throughout April at UAS;
Kim Naylor from the Juneau Douglas City Museum will be here along with Alicia Jones, a board member of the Juneau Douglas Little Threater Group to tell us about tomorrow’s Coffee and Collections presentation; The Little Theater is collaborating with the museum to identify members of the acting company in photos and playbills from the group’s 50 years of presenting drama to Juneau;
We’ll meet the McCrea Sisters, this year’s Alaska Folk Festival Dance Artists, and Caroline Oakley, Folk Fest Guest Dance Caller;
We’ll also hear a special edition of Bird Note featuring students from Gustavus, as well as Writer’s Almanac and music from the Folk Fest guest artists.
- August 30, 2015- He's giving the mountain its Koyukon Athabascan name on the eve of a historic presidential visit to Alaska.
- August 30, 2015- Juneau gardeners showed off their best vegetables, herbs, jams, and garden plots recently at the community garden on Montana Creek Road.
- August 30, 2015- That the court on Friday affirmed a 2011 ruling by the Superior Court that the pipeline was worth $8.9 billion to $9.6 billion during that time.
- August 30, 2015- Four children broke into the Bethel Community Garden Thursday evening. They stole tools and wrecked vegetables that were reaching their peak after the growing season.