Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
We’ll talk with Dr. Heidi Pearson of the University of Alaska Southeast about her UAS Evening at Egan presentation about the history of Anatomy, Medicine & Art along the Italian Peninsula; it’s scheduled for 7 p.m. in the UAS Egan Lecture Hall;
Bronze Ickes and Zach Pechacek will tell us about a free double feature film Saturday as part of Juneau’s observance of National Coming Out Day;
John Goodwin, president of Galaxy Press will talk about the books, L. Ron Hubbard, Master Mariner, which includes Hubbard’s adventures in the Inside Passage in the 1940’s, and The Chee-Chalker, a pulp fiction yarn set in Ketchikan;
And Rcik Comins, in charge of GCI cable technicians, will be here to highlight changes for GCI Internet users in Juneau.
That, Writer’s Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, today at 3 on KTOO-NEWS.
- The Sitka Sound sac roe herring fishery is in full swing. In less than a week, the fleet has caught over half of its quota. And while most crew members work on the water, spotter pilots fish for herring from the sky.
- A lot of eyes were on the U.S. House today, but, as Republican factions shuttled to the White House to negotiate, it was a day of waiting for most.
- Gov. Walker’s legislation creates a new definition for independent contractors that would determine whether employers have to pay to insure against on-the-job injuries.
- Gone are the days of throwing explosives from the air. AELP's avalanche crews trigger slides using a Daisybell, dangling about 150 feet from a helicopter. This is a cheaper -- and safer -- solution.