Katasse points to Fish Bay on Baranof Island where the play is set. (Photo by Scott Burton/KTOO)

Tlingit playwright wins short play competition

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Juneau theater artist Frank Henry Kaash Katasse won a short play competition Sunday. The main characters in “Reeling” are two female cousins who lose the uncle who raised them.

Sweeney Todd is not just a fluff musical

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Perseverance Theatre’s production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, opens Friday night.

Sasaki is visitng Juneau before heading to Argentina. (Photo by Scott Burton/KTOO)

Walking the world, smiling for peace

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A man who is walking around the world is in Juneau through the weekend. Norio Sasaki is from Kyoto, Japan, and has been on the road for a while.

Voters approved the legal the production, sale and use of marijuana for Alaskans over 21 years old in the Nov. election. (Creative Commons Photo by Brett Levin)

Local marijuana regs set for public hearing

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The proposed ordinance specifies where marijuana can be grown, processed and sold. A moratorium on marijuana businesses expires at the end of the year.