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The Willoughby Arts Complex nears the design phase

The Willoughby Arts Complex nears the design phasePlanners hope to begin architectural design of the proposed Willoughby Arts Complex this summer.

Musicians get lucky during Jazz and Classics festival

Musicians get lucky during Jazz and Classics festivalTuesday night the festival transformed a South Franklin pub into a full on jazz club during an evening jam hosted by the Anton Schwartz Quartet.

Juneau Jazz and Classics is about accessibility, education

Juneau Jazz and Classics is about accessibility, educationThe 28th annual Juneau Jazz and Classics festival is now in its seventh day.

Three to try out for Juneau Symphony conductor

Three to try out for Juneau Symphony conductorThree different conductors, hoping to replace the departing Kyle Wiley Pickett, will direct the Juneau Symphony next season

Origami peace peacock finds a home in the state capitol

Origami peace peacock finds a home in the state capitolThe peacock is made of more than 2,000 pieces of folded paper.

The Overby Family Band in the studio

The Overby Family Band in the studioIn addition to life and music in Alaska, they spoke about their involvement with three different band configurations including the Overby Family Band, Spirit of the Red City, and Ode to the Roddes.

Foot stomping tunes by the Gallus Brothers

Foot stomping tunes by the Gallus BrothersThe Gallus Brothers, will play tonight at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center. Here's an audio postcard about the band.

Contra Dancing: A Folk Fest Tradition

Contra Dancing: A Folk Fest TraditionKnow what was hip in Juneau during the late eighties? I’ll give you a hint, it wasn’t the mash potato.

The Barfly’s guide to Folk Fest

The Barfly’s guide to Folk FestWhen the last band ends at Centennial at 10:00 p.m., the music starts at numerous bars downtown. Here's a guide to nightlife spots in the Capital City.

Cajun band “Bonsoir, Catin” plays Alaska Folk Fest

Cajun band “Bonsoir, Catin” plays Alaska Folk FestBonsoir, Catin band member Kristi Guillory talks about the band’s style of music and the history of the Cajun culture.