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William Todd Hunt Interview

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Wednesday Night’s Mudrooms: An Audio Postcard

Wednesday Night’s Mudrooms: An Audio Postcard

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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 … 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 museumA 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 historyAlaska State Museum artifacts will be catalogued for transfer to SLAM

Tidal flooding won’t delay Soboleff Center construction

Tidal flooding won’t delay Soboleff Center constructionSealaska Heritage CFO and project manager Lee Kadinger says the flooding was anticipated, since that part of downtown Juneau is largely built on fill.

SLAM vault rises

SLAM vault risesStructure will be used to store artifacts from current Alaska State Museum

Artists needed for new valley library

Artists needed for new valley libraryThe 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 FilipinosThe 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 retiresAfter 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.