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Great Decisions in Foriegn Policy

Great Decisions in Foriegn Policy

-  Friday at 10:00 pm  -  Should The U.S. Take the Lead On Global Financial Reform?  As Americans dig out from the great recession of 2008, should the U.S. coordinate global financial regulation or focus on getting it right at home?

Tideline 7/3/13: Deering & Down

Tideline 7/3/13: Deering & Down

Tune in tonight on Tideline with Angelina (5-7 pm) for special guests Deering & Down!

Touching the Game Alaska

Touching the Game Alaska

-  Wednesday at 8:00  -  Watch the award winning feature-length film documentary about the Alaska Baseball League. Touching the Game Alaska looks at the history and major-league greats that once played in the 49th state and goes on the road with modern day players to explore the Alaska League today.

BURN: The Switch

BURN: The Switch

Do you really understand how our nation’s electrical grid works? Producer Josh Kurz explains today’s power grid, some of its biggest problems, and how smart grid technology could help.

Celebration of Reggae

Celebration of Reggae

Woodsongs this week highlights a Celebration of Reggae featuring the Wailers and Junior.

Fish Fest 2013

Fish Fest 2013

You’re invited to tear it up at the biggest party of the summer. It’s Fish Fest 2013.

Guardians of the Gates: The Surfboats

Guardians of the Gates: The Surfboats

This documentary gives us a peek at a day in the life of Coast Guardsmen at Motor Lifeboat Station Golden Gate in San Francisco, the West Coast’s busiest search-and-rescue station.

CBJ Assembly, June 24, 2013

June 24, 2013
Agendamore

Collaborative Research in Southeast Alaska

Collaborative Research in Southeast Alaska

-  Friday at 8:00 pm  -  Learn more about science in Southeast Alaska with Dr. Allison Bidlack, director of the Alaska Coastal Rainforest Center.

Alaska, The World, and Wally Hickel

Alaska, The World, and Wally Hickel

-  Wednesday at 8:00 pm  -  He was convinced he’d discovered a novel philosophy – inspired by the history of Alaska, and centered around the concept of “the commons”  that could show us how to balance development with preservation, satisfy our need for energy, and, he believed, even overcome poverty itself.  Watch this interesting independent [...]