Carlton Smith got into ventriloquism fifty years ago as a ten-year-old boy living in Haines. When Smith was bedridden with hepatitis for four months, his father bought him his first puppet from a Sears-Roebuck catalog – a red-headed figure wearing a green suit named Jerry.
The popularity of cooking shows like PBS’s The Mind of a Chef might suggest that Americans are interested in becoming better cooks. If your culinary … more
Scholars and culture-bearers gather in Juneau this week for a clan conference focusing on Tlingit knowledge and traditions. It runs Wednesday night through Sunday morning at the capital city’s Centennial Hall.
What do Dolly Parton, the Juneau Public Library, and Alaska’s First Lady Sandy Parnell have in common? Children’s Books, and lots of them. On Wednesday … more
150 people show up for a successful first ever Sitka WhaleFest FilmFest.
Since 1928, Juneauites have enjoyed the reverberating sound of the historic Kimball Theatre Organ. After a handful of moves from its original home at the … more
“We would create a parody news show along the lines of Weekend Update or the Daily Show, but more localized,” says Race.
Lawsuit documents provide best records of those who perished on Vanderbilt Reef in 1918
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
Since 2010, poets have been taking the stage at open mics and poetry slams hosted by the Woosh Kinaadeiyi arts non-profit organization.