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Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen nominated for a Grammy

Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen nominated for a GrammyFrank Solivan, a musician with roots in Juneau and Alaska, leads a band called Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen.

“The Mountaintop” portrays the personal side of MLK

“The Mountaintop” portrays the personal side of MLKThe play depicts the imagined last night of Martin Luther King Jr. before his assassination in 1968.

The Cajun Country Revival in Juneau this weekend

The Cajun Country Revival in Juneau this weekendThe Cajun Country Revival is on its way up to the Anchorage Folk Festival and will be playing Friday and Saturday at the Alaskan Bar.

New play explores homelessness in Juneau

New play explores homelessness in JuneauJuneau playwright Merry Ellefson interviewed nearly 60 people about homelessness for her new play, "A Lifetime to Master."

MK MacNaughton’s “Grit”: Portraits of Juneau’s working people

MK MacNaughton’s “Grit”: Portraits of Juneau’s working peopleMK MacNaughton's new year-long show is called “Grit."

What Juneau wore to the inaugural gala

What Juneau wore to the inaugural galaParty-goers could be seen in fashion items ranging from mink coats to consignment shop dresses, from Tlingit regalia octopus bags to purple Converse sneakers.

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.