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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.

Design Challenge encourages innovative solutions for Cabin Fever

Design Challenge encourages innovative solutions for Cabin FeverThe Alaska Design Forum is hosting a challenge to get community members and designers to reconsider the cabin of the future.

Hawaii’s poet laureate Kealoha to perform this weekend

Hawaii’s poet laureate Kealoha to perform this weekendHawaii's poet laureate Kealoha is in Juneau to perform and teach with Woosh Kinaadeiyí and the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council.

Juneau Symphony to perform with candidate conductor Troy Quinn

Juneau Symphony to perform with candidate conductor Troy QuinnTroy Quinn, 31, is already the music director of the Portsmouth Institute Orchestra in Rhode Island, which he founded.

Where to go and what to do for November First Friday

Where to go and what to do for November First FridayHistorically, December First Friday is the biggest art walk of the year, but this year November is no slouch.

Small town library in Southeast a ‘Star’ on nationwide list

Small town library in Southeast a ‘Star’ on nationwide listFor the second year in a row, the City of Craig Public Library has made it onto the Library Journal’s list of top libraries nationwide.

Woosh Kinaadeiyí’s fourth grand slam poetry slam tonight

Woosh Kinaadeiyí’s fourth grand slam poetry slam tonightPoets have been performing at monthly open mics and poetry slams throughout the year and winners from those events compete in Friday's grand slam.

Juneau nonprofit hosts National Hispanic Heritage Month event

The event features food and dance, and is a celebration and fundraiser for a translation and interpretation organization Piedra de Ayuda.

Former Juneau resident sets new pre-teen book series in Alaska

Former Juneau resident sets new pre-teen book series in AlaskaKatherine Rue used her childhood as fodder for "Carly Keene, Literary Detective: Braving the Brontes"