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Public poetry transports passengers

Public poetry transports passengersTonight, the 2015 poems and their authors will be presented at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center.

Alaska centenarians in national photo project

Alaska centenarians in national photo projectA New York photographer wants to create portraits of a 100-year-old man and a 100-year-old woman from each of the 50 states.

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.

The Triangle’s end-of-year tradition marries politics and verse

The Triangle’s end-of-year tradition marries politics and verseLongtime bartender Jewels Barmoy reads the Triangle Club’s 2014 end-of-year poem.

Sealaska Heritage Institute begins move into Walter Soboleff Center

Sealaska Heritage Institute begins move into Walter Soboleff CenterCOO Lee Kadinger hopes Sealaska Heritage Institute will be relocated by the end of January. The grand opening of the Walter Soboleff Center is May 15.

Meet Juneau’s map and book antiquarian

Meet Juneau’s map and book antiquarianIf you want to find a rare book or unusual map in Juneau, there’s only one place to go--Dee Longenbaugh’s shop.

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.

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.

Traditional art meets novelty at Public Market

Traditional art meets novelty at Public MarketMary Anne Wick crafts jewelry from porcupine quills. She had one of 155 booths at last weekend's Public Market, which drew artists and vendors from all over Alaska.