Tuesday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
We’ll find out about the Glory Hole’s Benefit, Empty Bowls, with guests Mariya Lovishchuk and Kyle Rennick;
We’ll talk to magician Richard Hatch about his upcoming shows in the Capital City, Saturday afternoon at 3 at the Douglas Library and Tuesday evening at 7 at the JACC;
We’ll get a preview of Wednesday’s Pillars of America speaker, Shawn Harper;
And we’ll talk to Kate Jensen of the Goldbelt Heritage Institute about the Investigating Traditional Knowledge course; she’s bringing students Elia Krumm and Megan Johnson to the studio, along with JSD’s Henry Hopkins and volunteer Edward Hotch.
That, Writers’ Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, Tuesday at 3 on KTOO-News
- Juneau's educators have been learning about the history and culture of Southeast Alaska's indigenous peoples through a Sealaska Heritage Institute program.
- Doyon, Alaska’s largest private landowner, qualified for a "small" business discount in a public airwaves auction, until the FCC ruled it didn't. Now it's in court.
- The Tribal Nations Conference was something Obama started and it set the tone for his White House. He describes it as a permanent institution with cabinet-level focus.
- Mackey is a cancer survivor, and has had difficult time in the last two Iditarods, scratching in 2016 midway through the race.