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With love and hairspray: The art of making drag queen hair in Juneau

With love and hairspray: The art of making drag queen hair in Juneau“The wig will make or break you. It really will," says James Hoagland.

Juneau takes part in One Billion Rising

Juneau takes part in One Billion RisingThe event is a global movement to end violence against women and girls.

Child sex abuse survivor wants to shatter the silence with Erin’s Law

Child sex abuse survivor wants to shatter the silence with Erin’s Law"I’m not just speaking on my own behalf. I’m speaking for tens of thousands of Alaska children. And what I’m saying is, ‘Help us,'" said David Holthouse.

Blockbuster shutting down in Juneau

Blockbuster shutting down in Juneau"We are just selling everything, everything that you can think of besides the walls and the floors," says Blockbuster manager Vanessa Early.

Report: Juneau’s Parks & Rec at risk of failure

Report: Juneau’s Parks & Rec at risk of failureKirk Duncan took over Parks and Rec Jan. 5. He says he’ll bring new ideas.

Juneau Symphony tries out second conductor

Juneau Symphony tries out second conductorWesley Schulz will lead the orchestra through a program called “American Brilliance.”

Public input lacking at Juneau Schools budget forum

Public input lacking at Juneau Schools budget forumOnly one person from the public signed up to comment during the Juneau School District’s 2-hour budget forum Tuesday night.

Deadline for enrolling in health insurance quickly approaching

Deadline for enrolling in health insurance quickly approachingPeople without health insurance have only 11 days left to get it under the Affordable Care Act.

Why some Alaskans are learning the Tlingit language

Why some Alaskans are learning the Tlingit language"That’s how we’re going to make sure we can continue and nurture this language," says Nancy Keen.

Juneau School District preps for grim budget

Juneau School District preps for grim budget"You really can’t solve multimillion dollar budget crisis by cutting $5,000 here or $4,000 here," says Superintendent Mark Miller.