Tuesday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Scott Burton hosts.
We’ll talk with members of the Akropolis Reed Quintet, featured performers at this year’s Juneau Jazz & Classics Festival;
Sarah Everett will be here with a preview of her skit theatre show later this month;
Author Annie Boochever will highlight her new book, Bristol Bay Summer;
We’ll talk with singer/songwriter, Kray Van Kirk, about his @360 performance Thursday night;
Mary McCafferty will be here to find out about the GED graduation on Thursday;
- The Department of Fish and Game will pull the north line of the Ugashik District back away from the haulout site again, Salomone said, the same as last year. The exact coordinates will be published with the first announcement from Fish and Game about June 1.
- The Navy will scan Kodiak and Unalaska waters for World War II-era munitions using underwater drones next month, as part of an ongoing effort to eventually remove the explosives. What could happen and whether the historic weapons would detonate is unclear.
- Whales might be the largest animals on the planet, but they haven't always been so huge. Researchers say the ocean giants only became enormous fairly recently, and over a short period of time.
- Typical criminal cases go to local district attorneys for consideration. The head of the Office of Special Prosecutions wouldn't elaborate on why this case was in his office.