On June 10, 1752, legend has it that Benjamin Franklin tied a key to some string and flew his kite during a lightning storm to experiment with electricity. Gavin, the dog, watches for signs of lightning in the sky while John, the host, looks for music in the library to honor Franklin’s kite experiment. You will sense the electricity in the air as you listen to Crosscurrents, 6/10 at 8 a.m.
- Cold, gray winter may be settling on Juneau, but kids at Riverbend and Glacier Valley elementary schools are still talking about the rainbow of fruits and vegetables they helped grow this summer.
- Hilcorp Energy Company began exploring for natural gas and oil this fall in an Anchor Point neighborhood where many own their mineral rights. Some residents near the drill site have struggled to get information from the company.
- Watch the 2018 Alaska Folk Festival guest artist perform a song from their Canadian Folk Music Award-winning album, "Sweet Old Religion."
- Gov. Mike Dunleavy hosted an open house at the governor’s mansion Tuesday. The event was an opportunity for Juneauites to meet the governor and first lady in their home, as well as sample a few cookies.