We’ll talk with Kristina Paulick about tonight’s Alascappela concert at UAS;
Amy O’Neil-Houck and her daughter Selma will be here to highlight Perseverance Theatre’s Young Company;
We’ll get the details about next week’s world premiere of Performance Theatre’s newest production, The Road Weeps – The Well Runs Dry;
And we’ll get an overview of this year’s Juneau Jazz & Classics Festival, with Linda Rosenthal and Jessalyn Rintala.
- A nearly 400-year-old book sits in the Alaska State Library. But it's not any old book, it's the First Folio, the first written copy of Shakespeare's work.
- A whale-watching tour saw more than just whales Wednesday, after helping save a deer from drowning in the ocean.
- There’s a long history of rural legislators joining majority caucuses, regardless of the party.
- People with drug felonies can now apply for food stamps in Alaska.