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A look at Juneau’s year of arts, culture and music

A look at Juneau’s year of arts, culture and musicHere are some of Juneau's 2014 arts, culture, and music highlights.

Worl skates into the Burke Museum

Worl skates into the Burke MuseumThe Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture in Seattle recently opened an exhibit called “Here and Now: Native Artists Inspired.”

The flavor of real: Ishmael Hope’s “The Courtesans of Flounder Hill”

The flavor of real: Ishmael Hope’s “The Courtesans of Flounder Hill”Ishmael Hope's first book of poetry titled “Courtesans of Flounder Hill” will be released Sunday.

Juneau Afternoon–12-08-14

Juneau Afternoon–12-08-14

Monday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Scott Burton hosts.

Katie Spielberger will be on the show to highlight Tuesday night’s Mudrooms;

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Time to hit the streets for December First Friday

Time to hit the streets for December First FridayIt's finally here! The biggest First Friday gallery walk of the year.

Hawaii’s poet laureate Kealoha to perform this weekend

Hawaii’s poet laureate Kealoha to perform this weekendHawaii's poet laureate Kealoha is in Juneau to perform and teach with Woosh Kinaadeiyí and the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council.

Where to go and what to do for November First Friday

Where to go and what to do for November First FridayHistorically, December First Friday is the biggest art walk of the year, but this year November is no slouch.

Woosh Kinaadeiyí’s fourth grand slam poetry slam tonight

Woosh Kinaadeiyí’s fourth grand slam poetry slam tonightPoets have been performing at monthly open mics and poetry slams throughout the year and winners from those events compete in Friday's grand slam.

Annie Kaill’s to host emerging artists

Annie Kaill’s to host emerging artists Annie Kaill’s owner Colleen Goldrich says she wanted to do something a little different for this First Friday.

Gajaa Hit totem raising draws close to 500 spectators

Gajaa Hit totem raising draws close to 500 spectatorsClose to 500 community members gathered Monday to celebrate the raising of new Eagle and Raven totem poles at Gajaa Hit.