Pat Race from Alaska Robotics hit up KXLL to talk the Jump Society summer film festival. Photo by Annie Bartholomew/KXLL
Pat Race from Alaska … more
Liz Snyder and Alex Kotlarsz hanging in the Woods before their performance at the Salmon Bake. Photo by Annie Bartholomew/KXLL
Post Salman Bake show, … more
When you click play on your first Baked Alaska video you’re not sure what you’re watching. Is this real or is this a joke? It … more
The Distinguished Gentleman in his element. Photo by Annie Bartholomew/KXLL
You know him, you love him, you want to be him: Jeremiah Blankenship.
For the … more
We got a nice surprise Friday when the FileJerks dropped back into the Juneau sphere for a weekend. This is a video of highlights from … more
Scott Mackinnon of the FileJerks at the Alaskan on Friday August 9.
It’s too beautiful to be inside during the day, but tonight is Monday … more
FileJerks: Mar, Jessie, and Scott at Excellent Radio. Photo by Annie Bartholomew/KXLL
Back in town, Astronomar and Shorthand stopped by the studio to talk … more
Jake Quarstad loads up a keg of APA donated by the Alaskan Brewing Co. for tonight’s Trampled by Turtles performance at Centennial Hall. Photo by
It was a busy weekend for music southeast Alaska. Juneau songwriter Liz Snyder kicked the Southeast Alaska State Fair for Homeskillet Festival. We caught up with her to talk about Sitka and her new project, the Wool Pullers.
Last fall KXLL, Juneau’s radio station for youths aged 18-28 took on the issue of voting with its audience. With the help of the Alaska Director of Elections, Gail Fenumiai, three staff members and one volunteer were trained to become voter registrars to launch a campaign to get young people registered to vote in both our municipal, state and national elections.