We’ll talk to Charles Rohrbacher about his First Friday icons exhibit at the Samovar Café;
We’ll get an update on the KTOO Holiday Auction from Christy Ciambor;
Members of First Alaskans.org will join us to talk about ANDORE’s presentation at the University Of Alaska Southeast tonight;
Judy Morely and Margie Hamburger, from the Juneau Douglas City Museum, will be here to highlight next summer’s Quilt Show;
Bruce Botelho will be here to give us a preview of Wednesday’s Juneau World Affairs Council presentation on the recent elections in Germany;
And we’ll get an update on activities at Eaglecrest as a finalist in the Ski Town Throwdown and opening of the ski area for the season.
That, Writers Almanac, music and more, Wednesday at 3, on
- At the end of the 16-year transition, only 5 million feet of old growth will be provided for small sales and specialty products.
- For 64-year-old Harry Lincoln, a subsistence hunter from Tununak, this isn’t a case of the president imposing his will on distant seas.
- Kevin Trask is on the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's most wanted list.
- Congress is calling for 16,000 more soldiers, compared to President Obama’s request. Service members will see their pay go up 2.1 percent.