KTOO’s Scott Burton caught Harrison B for a few minutes before his Thursday night show with Alien Ant Farm at Centennial Hall. They spoke about his music–a unique blend of outlaw country, R & B, Motown, and hip-hop–his connection with both Nashville and Juneau, and what he’s cooking up on his upcoming album.
Photo courtesy of harrisonbmusic.com
- The primary source of school funding would not be reduced. Permanent fund dividends would be cut in half, to $1,100.
- 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.