Wednesday April 23, 2014 Ken Fix hosts
We’ll find out about the upcoming March For Babies with Karen White;
Kris Sell will be here to highlight next month’s APOA Triathlon;
Find out about Rob Stephenson’s lip dub project at UAS;
Get a preview of Ambassador Richard Boucher’s presentation to the Juneau World Affairs Council tonight on “Staying Ahead Of Emerging Markets”;
And we’ll talk to Geoff Hirsch and Heather Laverne from the Juneau-Douglas Little Theater about tonight’s celebration of Shakespeare’s birthday at the Silverbow backroom.
- The 750-mile Race to Alaska is back for a second year as 43 teams of sailors, rowers and paddlers prepared to set off from Port Townsend, Washington at 6 a.m. on Thursday.
- Hydrokinetic technology developed in Alaska’s rigorous conditions will help researchers design systems that can be used worldwide.
- Ketchikan’s Britta Adams braved the cold ocean and strong tides recently to swim more than 10 miles of the rocky Wrangell Narrows.
- As stock markets suffer, Alaskans consider UK referendum vote impacts.