Andi Hirsh and Sherry Patterson will be here to highlight Wednesday’s celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “ I Have a Dream” speech;
We’ll talk to Bill Paulick about Juneau Brass & Winds;
We’ll talk with pianist Lara Downs about her upcoming concert with cellist Zuill Bailey;
And we’ll learn about how to speak Chinese, with guest, Lori Thompson.
That, Writer’s Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, Monday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon.
- Auke Bay Elementary nurse Luann Powers says lice are mostly a nuisance and explains how parents should deal with them.
- Alaska's leaders are getting ready for tough negotiations over how the state will deal with its multibillion-dollar budget hole. How much the oil and gas industry should help fill that hole will be an especially controversial question for the legislature this session.
- A local native corporation is suing the city formerly known as Barrow, demanding it halts the official name-change to Utqiagvik. At least for now. The official switch from Barrow to Utqiagvik is scheduled to go into affect today.
- For a small group of students at Kachemak Bay Campus of Kenai Peninsula College in Homer, rebuilding skeletons is all in a day’s work. This fall, they assembled a baby orca skeleton as part of an eight-week class.