Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
We’ll talk with Tom Kizzia, this week’s UAS Sound & Motion presenter about his book Pilgrim’s Wilderness;
We’ll hear an audio postcard from Scott Burton, highlighting David Walker, one of the exhibitors in this weekend’s Wearable Art show;
We talk to internationally-acclaimed pianist Piers Lane in town to perform the complete Chopin Nocturnes by candlelight;
We’ll hear the music of Daniel Kirkwood, performing Sunday at the Rookery;
We’ll get a preview of this week’s Fireside lecture on the nature of SE Alaska;
And we’ll talk with Abby Focht, this month’s featured artist at the Juneau Artists’ Gallery.
- Plows cleared away slushy snow Saturday morning. But icy conditions persisted because state workers wanted to avoid using too much overtime. Budget cuts to the Alaska Department of Transportation will affect drivers for another winter.
- For the past three months, a magistrate judge based in Yakutat has covered Haines arraignments and other court proceedings. But this week, that changes.
- Alaska Airlines has won government approval to buy rival Virgin America after agreeing to reduce its flight-selling partnership with American Airlines.
- As the winter solstice approaches and daylight hours are short in Alaska, public safety, medical groups and other Alaska businesses are calling attention to pedestrian safety.