Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
We’ll note upcoming concerts by The Durocher Family Band tonight at 7 at Glacier Valley Church of God and Saturday at 7 at Chapel by the Lake from guests Paul and Jesse Durocher and local musician Paul Zahaski;
We’ll learn about Get Growing, new indoor gardening store in town with guest Trevor Kirchoff;
We’ll get a preview of next Tuesday’s Valley Library performances from Dan, Zan, and Gnoli of the Stevens Puppets;
Judy Neary and Captain Ken Lorensen from the Tee Harbor Fire Department will drop by to talk about a garage sale to be put on by Tee Harbor area residents tomorrow at the station to raise money to purchase a special heat sensitive camera for the station;
And Nicole Hallingstad will be here to highlight events surrounding Sunday’s National Cancer Survivors’ Day.
That, Writer’s Almanac, music and more, today at 3 on KTOO-NEWS.
- 360 North’s new documentary “Inside Out: Leaving Prison Behind,” premieres 8 p.m. this Friday, June 23 on 360 North.
- The state is advertising the ferry Taku again. It listed the ship earlier at $1.5 million, then at $700,000. This time, there's no advertised minimum.
- The National Endowment for the Arts has named a Chilkat weaver from Juneau as one of its nine National Heritage Fellows. Anna Brown Ehlers, 62, has been recognized for her mastery of this challenging art form that's specific to Southeast Alaska and parts of British Columbia.
- The state Legislature's conference committee cut $8 million from the University of Alaska's budget on Wednesday, a softer blow than the nearly $22 million reduction proposed by the state Senate.