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Jack Fontanella’s take on the Alaska Folk Festival

Jack Fontanella’s take on the Alaska Folk Festival

The 40th annual Alaska Folk Festival is underway in Juneau. Tonight, Folk Fest veteran Jack Fontanella plays with Collette Costa in “Costa’s Second Line … more

Double Rock Band to perform at Alaska Folk Festival

Double Rock Band to perform at Alaska Folk FestivalThe Double Rock Band is made up of three Sperl siblings and a friend. The Sperls live on a little family farm about a 20 minute drive south of Petersburg.

“Once Upon Alaska” combines artistry of photography and rhyme

“Once Upon Alaska” combines artistry of photography and rhymeLongtime Alaska photographer Mark Kelley and writer Nick Jans have teamed up to create a children’s book.

Christy NaMee Eriksen braids words and music to effect change

Christy NaMee Eriksen braids words and music to effect changeEriksen is throwing a release party tonight for her new album, which will include live music and performance.

George Kuhar releases One Heart Army

George Kuhar releases One Heart ArmyLast month, Juneau musician George Kuhar performed his new album with his band Playboy Spaceman the Rockwell ballroom.

Sen. Begich criticizes US intelligence gathering — with comedy

Sen. Begich criticizes US intelligence gathering — with comedyJuneau-based Alaska Robotics’ fourth installment of its satirical news series features its highest profile guest so far, Alaska Sen. Mark Begich.

Slideshow: Interior work underway on new SLAM vault

Slideshow: Interior work underway on new SLAM vaultArtifacts to be moved into new vault in late May prior to demolition of current Alaska State Museum

Chewing the hog fat with Space Trucker Bruce

Chewing the hog fat with Space Trucker BruceLocally produced sci-fi comedy movie "Space Trucker Bruce" premieres Friday night at the Gold Town Nickelodeon.

MK MacNaughton’s art show “Secrets” on display at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum

MK MacNaughton’s art show “Secrets” on display at the Juneau-Douglas City MuseumHer current show at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum explores the emotional energy of individuals' secrets

Shakespeare is alive in the capital city, 24 hours a day

Shakespeare is alive in the capital city, 24 hours a dayHere's a glimpse into Day Four of the Bard-A-Thon at Juneau’s Downtown Public Library