Last Thursday was a particularly huge night for the 40+ crowd. Just because you have kids doesn't mean you can't have a second music career once your kids graduate.
Wearable Art is the biggest, most over-the-top arts and culture event happening in Juneau. In its fourteenth year - Juneau pulled out all the stops, possibly making 2014 the greatest Wearable Art Extravaganza ever.
Juneau musician Dan Kirkwood stopped by KTOO on Friday for Juneau Afternoon and a quick chat with Annie-On-the-Spot.
Spot Check is Excellent Radio's web review series capturing the colorful perspectives of Juneau's art and culture scene as experienced by the station DJs.
Sonny Pitmans enjoys the song “Tin Man” by Future Islands when he snowboards. Photo by Annie Bartholomew/KTOO
It seems like no matter where you … more
Sunday concluded Eaglecrest’s 33rd Annual Learn to Ski Weekend. Annie Bartholomew went to Eaglecrest to meet 3rd and 4th graders who got the chance to try skiing … more
Juneau's own C Scott Fry interviews the Bellingham-based band Rattletrap Ruckus on a rainy Saturday afternoon, talking vaudeville, wash-tub string instruments, and recording their signature polka-rag time sound.
Daniel Martin from the Wild Oven in the alley leading to the bakery. Photo by Annie Bartholomew/KTOO
This Wednesday the Wild Oven boys, Daniel … more
Cellist Zuill Bailey will be returning to Juneau to perform “Made in America” a program of songs from American composers on Sunday, August 31
Pat Race from Alaska Robotics hit up KXLL to talk the Jump Society summer film festival. Photo by Annie Bartholomew/KXLL
Pat Race from Alaska … more