The holiday classic is performed by reporters from throughout the Alaska Public Radio Network.
David Katzeek spoke Tuesday in the final installment of Sealaska Heritage Institute’s Native American History Month Lecture Series.
Around the world today, the powerful "feed upon the powerless" and too many people are treated as "consumer goods to be used and then discarded," Pope Francis writes in his first major paper since becoming leader of the Roman Catholic church last May.
Anthropologist and Sealaska Heritage Institute President Rosita Worl spoke Monday as part of SHI’s Native American History Month Lecture Series.
"We're still waiting for reports" from relatives and friends, says the president of Juneau's Filipino Community Inc.
Services are pending for former Juneau legislator Elton Engstrom, Jr., who has died at the age of 78.
A memorial service will be held Wednesday for long-time Juneau resident Beverly Ward, who died suddenly last week. She was 67.
"The whole history of the Shrine is just everyday people in Juneau and outside of Juneau who have just loved it," says Shrine executive director Deirdre Darr.
"People of all denominations or no denomination felt comfortable coming to the Shrine and that’s been the flavor ever since and that’s something that I would never want to see lost," says former Shrine director Thomas Fitterer.