Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
We’ll talk with Dr. Alice Taff and Marsha Hotch, professors in the UAS Alaska Native Language program about the upcoming the Tlingit Conversations Event at the UAS Recreation Center next Wednesday;
Divas Cameron Brockett, Taylor Vidic, & Christina Bruce will be here to highlight this Saturday’s Who’s Your Diva? Fundraiser;
We’ll get a preview of the upcoming play at Perseverance Theater, God of Carnage from director Pirrone Yousefzadeh and Perseverance Artistic Director Art Rotch;
Thyes Shaub and Mark Binsel will be here to issue a call to artists to join the cooperative Juneau Artist’s Gallery.
That, Writer’s Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, today at 3 on KTOO-NEWS.
- House District 36 incumbent Dan Ortiz called for Republican candidate Bob Sivertsen to denounce so-called “dark money” in this year’s campaign on Monday.
- Margaret Stock says if she is elected to office, she’ll be ‘all work and no party.’ No party as in no political affiliation and the distractions, she says, that come with it. Stock is an independent candidate for the US Senate seat currently occupied by Lisa Murkowski. She made a campaign stop in Haines in early October. Stock thinks her status as an independent will be one of her strongest assets if elected senator.
- The three-day convention in Fairbanks will open with a healing ceremony from the Alaska Suicide Prevention Council.
- To continue permitting AK LNG project, state must negotiate with producers for control of the land.