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SLAM vault rises

SLAM vault rises

Structure will be used to store artifacts from current Alaska State Museum

Artists needed for new valley library

Artists needed for new valley library

The city and borough of Juneau is looking for artists to design, produce, and install public art in the new Mendenhall Valley Public Library

Why “Alaska” means milk and basketball to many Filipinos

Why “Alaska” means milk and basketball to many Filipinos

The Philippines’ recently appointed honorary consul is trying to make the case that “Alaska” should mean “seafood” in the Philippines.

Juneau performing arts pioneer retires

Juneau performing arts pioneer retires

After 53 years as a teacher, director, and choreographer, Janice Holst is retiring at the end of the month.

Holst has been in charge of various performing arts events in the capital city for the past 35 years, including the Gold Nugget Review, Dancers Against Drugs, and the Grumpsicle.

Cellist Zuill Bailey performs music “Made in America”

Cellist Zuill Bailey performs music “Made in America”

Internationally renowned cellist, Zuill Bailey is returning to Juneau. Performing this Sunday, the Jazz and Classics musician will be showcasing music Made in America.

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Rope jumper 2 for 3 on world record attempts

Rope jumper 2 for 3 on world record attempts

Peter Nestler knocked out his second unofficial world record during a show Wednesday night at the Juneau Christian Center.

Carvers begin on new Gajaa Hit totem poles

Carvers begin on new Gajaa Hit totem poles

Wednesday was the first day of work carving totem poles to replace the 35-year-old ones at the Gajaa Hit building off Willoughby.

Nestler sets new unofficial world record for bum skips

Nestler sets new unofficial world record for bum skips

Peter Nestler has unofficially broken the Guinness World Record for most bum skips in 30 seconds.

Juneau-raised rope jumper attempts 3 world records

Juneau-raised rope jumper attempts 3 world records

Peter Nestler has been hooked on jumping rope since second grade, when he saw an exhibition at Glacier Valley Elementary School.

In third grade, he … more

Windfall Fisherman gets a makeover

Windfall Fisherman gets a makeover

After being gone for two and a half months, the bear sculpture in front of the Alaska State Capitol is back.