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Juneau Afternoon 11/15/12

Juneau Afternoon 11/15/12Andy Kline hosts: We’ll find out about Opera to Go, Survivors of Suicide Day, National adoption Month, Friday’s Evening at Egan, Arts Up, That, Writers’ Almanac, music & more

Thank You!

Thank You!This pledge drive, all existing and new Sustaining members will get their name in the hat for a drawing for a new iPad mini.

Fall pledge drive

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Pawsitively Fabulous Pet Fashion Show

Pawsitively Fabulous Pet Fashion ShowTen dogs and one cat took to the stage last Saturday for the Pawsitively Fabulous Pet Fashion Show.

KRNN Singer/Song Writer Showcase

KRNN Singer/Song Writer Showcase

Cruise ship water-treatment technology under review

Cruise ship water-treatment technology under reviewWhat’s the most effective and economically feasible method of curbing water pollution from large tour ships?

Alaskans join huge Lower-48 Native art market

Alaskans join huge Lower-48 Native art	marketA Southeast Alaska dance group performs this weekend (Aug. 18-19) at a major Southwest U.S. Native arts event. Other regional artists are also sharing Southeast Native culture and learning how to better market their art.

Motorcycle, car collision shuts down Egan Drive

Motorcycle, car collision shuts down Egan DriveAll lanes of Egan Drive are now open after Juneau Police closed traffic in both directions this afternoon while responding to a fatal accident involving a motorcycle and a car at the Juneau-Douglas Bridge. This is a developing story. Check back for details.

ANCSA amendment would recognize Alexander Creek as Alaska native village

A U.S. House Committee passed an amendment to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act this morning that would force the government to recognize Alexander Creek as an Alaska Native village under ANCSA.

Donation boosts oil-spill response gear

If an oil spill hits Glacier Bay, there’s a better chance of cleaning it up. The Southeast Alaska Petroleum Resource Organization has cached additional oil spill-response equipment at the Gustavus Airport, not far from the mouth of the bay.