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Alaska Top to Bottom on KXLL

Alaska Top to Bottom on KXLL

Juneau women Christina Vasquez, AJ Peters and Jill Weitz are competing for your vote in the Outside Magazine Adventure Grant Competition.

Today Jill Weitz will … more

Fish Fest 2013

Fish Fest 2013You're invited to tear it up at the biggest party of the summer. It's Fish Fest 2013.

Seneca Harper brings Mod Carousel to Juneau

Seneca Harper brings Mod Carousel to JuneauSeneca Harper had just finished casting the sculpture he will wear as a headdress at next week's A Mod Review before coming to the station for "A Juneau Afternoon" yesterday.

Pledge Total: 9.5K and counting

Pledge Total: 9.5K and counting

Thanks for donating!

Big thanks to everyone who donated to KXLL during the 2013 Spring Pledge Drive. We raised $9,500 with money still rolling in. … more

A Trip South on KXLL

A Trip South on KXLL

The “A Trip South” team kayaks down the Inside Passage during sunset. Photo courtesy of Lia Heifitz.

Almost a year ago, Lia Heifetz and eleven … more

Discovery Preschool visits KTOO

Discovery Preschool visits KTOO

4-year-olds from Discovery Preschool studio listen to the Beastie Boys in the KXLL studio.

Students from Discovery Preschool visited KTOO today to get a tour … more

Rapper Chris Kelly, Half of Duo Kris Kross, Dies

Rapper Chris Kelly, Half of Duo Kris Kross, DiesChris Kelly, who rose to fame in the early '90s as half of the young rap duo Kris Kross, died Wednesday in Atlanta. He was 34.

The Ghostface Killah Rises Again

The Ghostface Killah Rises AgainGhostface Killah is a compulsive storyteller. His fiction is painterly, and he delivers it in a headlong rush. On "Impossible," from the 1997 album Wu-Tang Forever, he rhymed, "He pointed to the charm on his neck / With his last bit of energy left, told me rock it with respect / I opened it, seen the God holdin' his kids / Photogenic, tears just burst out my wig." He's a romantic, , and never stoic.

Mosh Pit Math: Physicists Analyze Rowdy Crowd

Mosh Pit Math: Physicists Analyze Rowdy CrowdGrad students/metal heads find science in the mosh pit

When punk met funk, deep in the heart of Texas

When punk met funk, deep in the heart of Texas"To be a punk means freedom." So said singer-guitarist Mark Perro of Brooklyn rock band The Men. Yet the funkiest and most fun strain of punk music in the U.S. resided deep in the heart of Texas, courtesy of the Big Boys.