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Princess Sophia case early test of maritime liability limits

Princess Sophia case early test of maritime liability limits

Lawsuit documents provide best records of those who perished on Vanderbilt Reef in 1918

Marian Call’s “Good Morning Moon” Release

Marian Call’s “Good Morning Moon” Release

The folks at Juneau’s Alaska Robotics just sent us Alaskan artist Marian Call’s new video “Good Morning Moon.” The video features footage shot in the … more

Woosh Kinaadeiyi Poetry Slam

Woosh Kinaadeiyi Poetry Slam

Since 2010, poets have been taking the stage at open mics and poetry slams hosted by the Woosh Kinaadeiyi arts non-profit organization.

Stomp for Halibut!

Stomp for Halibut!

 

“Vote for Halibut instead of the folks that are in power,” says this fisherman from Sitka, Alaska who wishes to remain anonymous. Passersby in … more

Harrison B in Studio C

Harrison B in Studio C

KTOO’s Scott Burton caught Harrison B for a few minutes before his Thursday night show with Alien Ant Farm at Centennial Hall. They spoke about his music–a unique blend of outlaw country, R & B, Motown, and hip-hop–his connection with both Nashville and Juneau, and what he’s cooking up on his upcoming album.

William Todd Hunt Interview

William Todd Hunt Interview

KTOO’s Scott Burton sat down with Juneau Symphony Resident Conductor William Todd Hunt. Hunt spoke about the symphony, his background, life in Juneau, how he … more

Wednesday Night’s Mudrooms: An Audio Postcard

Wednesday Night’s Mudrooms: An Audio Postcard

K3′s Scott Burton attended the October 9th performance of Mudrooms and produced this piece. Tune into KTOO on October 28 at 7pm for a full … more

Ryan Conarro’s First Friday Opening: “This Hour Forward”

Ryan Conarro’s First Friday Opening: “This Hour Forward”

October’s First Friday hosts several art openings across town, among them is Ryan Conarro’s “ This Hour Forward” at the JAHC.

How to move a museum

How to move a museum

A small team of museum professionals and volunteers are packing up the Alaska State Museum’s entire collection – ranging from a 45-foot umiak to half-inch-tall ivory pieces.

Packing up 32,000 pieces of Alaska history

Packing up 32,000 pieces of Alaska history

Alaska State Museum artifacts will be catalogued for transfer to SLAM