A legislative audit report finds Alaska’s film tax-credit program has had a positive economic impact but does not pay for itself.
A prize-winning Tlingit artist has been told he violated federal law by using feathers in his art work.
Sailor’s correspondence from the ill-fated WWII cruiser intended for safe place, research.
Belongings of Lt. Henry Hubbard, one of the first Kiska casualties, part of last major, locally curated exhibit before SLAM.
Longtime Juneau musician Dale Wygant was honored with a mayoral proclamation last night (Monday) at the Juneau Assembly’s regular meeting.
Ten quilts decorate the upstairs hallways of KTOO during September. Members of the Monday Night Sewing Circle and the Gold Street Quilters are displaying a … more
Planning is underway for U.S.S. Juneau memorial events.
Former Alaska First Lady Ermalee Hickel is the honorary statewide chair of the capital city’s whale sculpture fundraising campaign.
With everywhere from Maine to Louisiana has played the role of Alaska on the big screen, Juneau is appearing on the silver screen for the first time in 13 years.
The Alaska State Museum is seeking entries for its biennial exhibition of Alaska photography.