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Friends, colleagues raise funds for Bethany Bereman theater scholarship

Friends, colleagues raise funds for Bethany Bereman theater scholarship

In 2011, Juneau lost a valued teacher and community member, Bethany Bereman, to ovarian cancer. Bereman was known for her love of the outdoors, her … more

Ernestine Hayes releases a new book about Juneau

Ernestine Hayes releases a new book about JuneauThis Friday at Hearthside Books, Juneau writer and UAS assistant professor of English, Ernestine Hayes, will release her book "Juneau" from Arcadia Publishing.

Students practice for this weekend’s Native Olympics

Students practice for this weekend’s Native OlympicsThe University of Alaska Southeast will be hosting the Native Olympics this Saturday at the UAS Recreation Center.

The Mind of a Juneau Chef

The Mind of a Juneau Chef

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Beau Schooler’s pork cut tattoo.

Beau Schooler.

Cook Rachel Barril.

Schooler and Barril talking pork.

Beau Schooler’s “Mis en Place”

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Alaska’s First Lady Sandy Parnell and Dolly Parton

Alaska’s First Lady Sandy Parnell and Dolly Parton

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First Lady Sandy Parnell with a future reader in the foreground.

JPL’s Programs Coordinator Beth Weigel, Sandy Parnell, and some

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Halloween Music at the State Office Building

Halloween Music at the State Office Building

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T.J. Duffy

Organ history.

T.J. Duffy

Franklin Warren Butte plaque.

“Save the Organ” Committee plaque.

Pipes.

Pipes.

Pipes.

Pipes.

T.J.

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Marian Call’s “Good Morning Moon” Release

Marian Call’s “Good Morning Moon” Release

The folks at Juneau’s Alaska Robotics just sent us Alaskan artist Marian Call’s new video “Good Morning Moon.” The video features footage shot in the … more

Woosh Kinaadeiyi Poetry Slam

Woosh Kinaadeiyi Poetry SlamSince 2010, poets have been taking the stage at open mics and poetry slams hosted by the Woosh Kinaadeiyi arts non-profit organization.

Stomp for Halibut!

Stomp for Halibut!

 

“Vote for Halibut instead of the folks that are in power,” says this fisherman from Sitka, Alaska who wishes to remain anonymous. Passersby in … more

Harrison B in Studio C

Harrison B in Studio CKTOO’s Scott Burton caught Harrison B for a few minutes before his Thursday night show with Alien Ant Farm at Centennial Hall. They spoke about his music--a unique blend of outlaw country, R & B, Motown, and hip-hop--his connection with both Nashville and Juneau, and what he’s cooking up on his upcoming album.
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