“Right now Alaska is really hot property in terms of the non-fiction television,” David Worrell says. “People are endlessly fascinated about Alaska and Alaskans, and the works we do, the jobs we have.”
This Friday at Hearthside Books, Juneau writer and UAS assistant professor of English, Ernestine Hayes, will release her book "Juneau" from Arcadia Publishing.
The Juneau Public Library system received more than 1,300 entries for this year’s contest.
The Alaska State Museum in Juneau is getting a lot of help from other Alaska museums ahead of its move to a new facility in 2016.
Alaska lawmakers and politicians will have a few more committed critics to contend with this session.
The man who founded and recently sold the Juneau and Sitka NBC stations is surprised GCI Cable and KTUU are still struggling to reach agreement on KTUU carriage terms.
Google Chrome and Warner Bros. have launched an interactive "journey through Middle-Earth."
The federal government has finalized new guidelines on the use of sea otters by Alaska Natives.
Carlton Smith got into ventriloquism fifty years ago as a ten-year-old boy living in Haines. When Smith was bedridden with hepatitis for four months, his father bought him his first puppet from a Sears-Roebuck catalog – a red-headed figure wearing a green suit named Jerry.